Land Rover Discovery Sport 2.0 TD4 180 HSE Black 5dr - Seven Seats, Lane Keep Assist & Driver Condition Monitor Diesel Automatic 4x4 (2017) at Warrington Motors Fiat, Peugeot and Vauxhall

This Discovery Sport is packed with many great features as standard. With Lane keep assist, and driver condition monitor worth £350 as an optional extra, this Land Rover Discovery Sport is an eye catching car. The interior is finished in the Taurus Grained Leather (Ebony), and the exterior is sleek and modern, finished in the stunning Fuji White and Satin brushed aluminium. Other extras and features of the car include Land Rover in control Wifi, Satellite Navigation, Remote Locking, Metallic Paint, Lumbar Support, Leather Seat Trim, Height Adjustable drivers seat, Heated Seats, Headlight washers, Front Fog lights, Folding Rear Seats, Electric Mirrors, Cruise Control, Body Coloured Bumpers, Air conditioning and much more. Basic spec includes, 3x3 point rear seat belts, ABS,Alloy wheels, Audio remote, Driver`s airbag, Front electric windows, Heated mirrors, Isofix child seat anchor points, Parking sensors, PAS, Passenger`s airbag, Rear electric windows, Service indicator, Side airbags, Steering wheel rake adjustment, Steering wheel reach adjustment and Traction Control! Call today to arrange an appointment to view the car, or request a personalised video on this vehicle.




Diesel 53.3 combined MPG


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139 g/km


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Body Glass

Electric front/rear windows, Heated windscreen, Privacy glass, Rain sensitive windscreen wipers, Rear wiper


ABS, CBC - (Cornering brake control), Collision mitigation braking system, Electronic brake force distribution, Electronic parking brake, Emergency brake assist, ESP + traction control, Hill start assist, Roll stability control


Dynamic stability control

Driver Aids


Driver Convenience

Gesture tailgate

Driver Information

8" colour display screen, Service interval indicator, Trip computer

Driving Mirrors

Auto dimming interior mirror

Embellishment Trims

Centre stack side rails in satin brushed aluminium


Diesel particulate filter


Bluetooth connectivity including audio streaming, DAB Digital radio, Steering wheel mounted audio controls, USB connection located in centre console

Exterior Body Features

Body coloured bumpers, Contrast Roof - Narvik Black, Fixed panoramic glass sunroof

Exterior Lights

Automatic headlights with high beam assist, Front fog lamps


Air quality sensor, Dual zone climate control, Row 2 passenger air vents

Interior Features

2nd row folding rear centre armrest, Centre console with sliding front armrest, Grained Leather upholstery, Loadspace cover, Tilt/reach adjustable steering wheel, Twin cupholders in rear centre armrest


3 point seatbelts on all seats, Autonomous emergency braking, Driver/Front Passenger airbags, Drivers knee airbag, Pedestrian airbag system, Side and curtain airbags for front and 2nd row seats, Tyre pressure monitoring system


2nd row 60/40 split/fold, Front and rear headrests, Isofix child seat preparation, Slide/recline 2nd row seats


Immobiliser, Keyless entry, Locking wheel nuts, Perimeter alarm with volume sensing

Vanity Mirrors

Illuminated vanity mirrors

Wheels - Alloy

20" 5 split spoke alloy wheels with gloss black finish - Style 511


Badge Engine CC: 2.0
Badge Power: 180
Based On ID: N
Coin Description: TD4 180
Coin Series: HSE Black
Generation Mark: 1
Insurance Group 1 - 50 Effective January 07: 30E
Man Corrosion Perforation Guarantee - Years: 6
Manufacturers Paintwork Guarantee - Years: 6
NCAP Adult Occupant Protection %: 93
NCAP Child Occupant Protection %: 83
NCAP Overall Rating - Effective February 09: 5
NCAP Pedestrian Protection %: 69
NCAP Safety Assist %: 82
Service Interval Frequency - Months: 24
Service Interval Mileage: 21000
Standard manufacturers warranty - Mileage: 60000
Standard manufacturers warranty - Years: 3
Timing Belt Interval Frequency - Months: 120
Timing Belt Interval Mileage: 105000
Vehicle Homologation Class: M1

Emissions - ICE

CO2 (g/km): 139
Noise Level dB(A): 71
Standard Euro Emissions: EURO 6

Engine and Drive Train

Camshaft: DOHC
Catalytic Convertor: True
CC: 1999
Compression Ratio: 15.5:1
Cylinder Layout: IN-LINE
Cylinders: 4
Cylinders - Bore (mm): 83
Cylinders - Stroke (mm): 92.4
Fuel Delivery: COMMON RAIL
Gears: 9 SPEED
Number of Valves: 16
Transmission: AUTO

Fuel Consumption - ICE

EC Combined (mpg): 53.3
EC Directive 1999/100/EC Applies: True
EC Extra Urban (mpg): 60.1
EC Urban (mpg): 44.8


0 to 60 mph (secs): True
0 to 62 mph (secs): 8.4
Engine Power - BHP: 180
Engine Power - KW: 132
Engine Power - PS: True
Engine Power - RPM: 4000
Engine Torque - LBS.FT: 317
Engine Torque - MKG: 43.8
Engine Torque - NM: 430
Engine Torque - RPM: 1750
Top Speed: 117


Alloys?: True
Tyre Size Front: 245/45 R20
Tyre Size Rear: 245/45 R20
Tyre Size Spare: TYRE REPAIR KIT
Wheel Style: 5 SPLIT SPOKE - STYLE 511
Wheel Type: 20" ALLOY

Vehicle Dimensions

Height: 1724
Height (including roof rails): N
Length: 4599
Wheelbase: 2741
Width: 2069
Width (including mirrors): 2173

Weight and Capacities

Fuel Tank Capacity (Litres): 54
Gross Vehicle Weight: 2660
Luggage Capacity (Seats Down): 1698
Luggage Capacity (Seats Up): 981
Max. Loading Weight: 776
Max. Roof Load: 75
Max. Towing Weight - Braked: 2200
Max. Towing Weight - Unbraked: 750
Minimum Kerbweight: 1884
No. of Seats: 7
Turning Circle - Kerb to Kerb: 11.67


By Jonathan Crouch


Land Rover reckons that this Discovery Sport is the most versatile premium mid-sized SUV from its era - and it's a credible claim. This is, after all, the only prestigiously-badged car in this segment from the 2014-2018 period that can seat seven. It's also smart, practical, safe - and rugged enough to go a lot further than its rivals off the beaten track. In short, for the used car buyer seeking an SUV in this class from this period, there's nothing else quite like it.


5dr Mid-Sized SUV (2.0-litre TD4 diesel - 150, 180PS)


Think of Land Rover's product line-up and you have to think in terms of three things: 'Luxury', as defined by the various Range Rover models. The 'Dual Purpose' practical role typified by the tough Defender range. And the 'Leisure' emphasis of the Discovery line-up, one that starts right here with this car, the Discovery Sport. Yes, this is Land Rover's representative in the important mid-sized SUV segment but when this model was first introduced back in 2014, it was far more than simply a direct replacement for the Freelander models that previously filled that role. The Freelander was a model that sat uncertainly between mainstream RAV4 and CR-V-style soft roaders in this class and the more premium-badged models typified by contenders like BMW's X3 and Audi's Q5. As a far more up market-looking thing, this Discovery Sport from the very beginning firmly positioned itself amongst with the pricier players. It was certainly stylish enough to do so - though stylishly practical rather than stylishly fashionable. The difference is important, for this car was carefully designed to appeal to a different, more family-orientated set of buyers than those targeted by the Solihull company's similarly sized and priced but much trendier Range Rover Evoque. Further setting these two models apart is the Discovery Sport's other key attribute - and the major selling point it offers over its smaller predecessor: namely its ability to seat seven. So you've got the idea. This car's different from a Freelander, different from an Evoque and, according to Land Rover at least, different from the competition too. That seven-seat configuration was, after all, a first in the premium part of the SUV sector. Nor, before 2014, had this segment ever had a contender that could actually seriously pull its weight off road. Add in quality, technology and the usual unrivalled brand equity and it wasn't any surprise that the Discovery Sport sold so well. It was originally launched with the Ford-derived SD4 engines from the old Freelander, but within a year of production, these had been switched in favour of Land Rover's fresh range of more efficient 'Ingenium' 2.0-litre petrol and diesel units. Those were eventually updated in mid-2019 by Ingenium engines featuring mild hybrid technology, these introduced as part of this model's mid-term update. The kind of Discovery Sport you're most likely to find on the used market though, will be a 2015-2018-era straightforward Ingenium-engined version, so that's what we're going to concentrate on here.

What You Get

Prior to this model's arrival, family SUVs with space for three rows of seats looked boxy and boring. The Discovery Sport is different, disguising its size really well. The smart front end helps here, with sleek, wraparound corners that reduce the visual bulk of the front overhang and are embellished by careful little touches of design. Up-front in the so-called 'Sports Command Driving Position', you'll find yourself in a pleasant perch from which you realise just how far the designers of this car have come since they created the Freelander. The big buttons and utilitarian plastic surfaces of that car are here replaced by soft touch rotary controls and tactile buttons set in gloss-black surrounds. The key cabin feature though, lies in the centre of the dash. Back in 2014, the 8-inch infotainment screen offered here was state-of-the-art and sure enough, this touchscreen monitor is clear, easy to navigate around and very informative. If you're minded to move rearwards and experience this car from a passenger perspective, you'll find the second row experience enhanced by the way that this middle row's so-called 'stadium' seating is slightly raised by 50mm, giving occupants the kind of very good view out they always appreciated in the old Freelander. Back here, you really appreciate the extra 80mm of wheelbase this car enjoys over its Range Rover Evoque stablemate, something further aided by neat cut-outs in the backs of the front seats that free up more space for your knees. If you need more, then the seat base can be slid back and forwards by up to 160mm to create as much as 112mm of knee room and 1,011mm of leg room - which could make this rear seat almost as accommodating as that in a Range Rover. You won't want to be pushing this second row bench back though, if you've passengers above pre-school age sat behind you in the fold-out third row. Land Rover calls this car a '5+2'-seater, which probably clues you into the fact that these extra pews are for occasional child use only. What about luggage space? Any vehicle that bills itself as being in any way 'compact', yet which claims to offer space for seven people would, you'd think, surely be compromised here. In the event, the issues aren't insurmountable, mainly because of the key engineering feature that under the skin, sets the Discovery Sport apart from its Range Rover Evoque showroom stablemate. Though the two cars share the same front end structure, this car's unique from the B-pillar backwards, is 80mm longer and gets its own very compact multi-link rear axle which frees up space for the fold-out third row seating and ensures that the rear suspension turrets make minimal intrusion into the luggage area. As a result, there's a class-competitive capacity of around 500-litres measured up to tonneau cover-level - or as much as 829-litres if you load up to the roof.

What You Pay

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What to Look For

Land Rover products have been featuring much improved build quality in recent years but our owner survey revealed that the brand still has a little way to go to match its German rivals in this regard. We came across several owners who'd had issues. There were plenty of reports of difficult-to-fix rattles and squeaks, so look out for those on your test drive and ignore cars that seem particularly plagued in this way. Electrical issues are relatively common too, so make sure the infotainment screen and all the main electrical functions are operating properly. Unlike its obvious segment rivals, this car might just have been used in anger off road, so it's worth taking a look underneath and around the lower bodywork for scuffs and cracks. You're more likely of course, to find damage from the urban jungle - things like scratched alloys and scratches in the inside caused through child abuse. Find out how the car you're looking at has been used. If it's a diesel and its journeys have been mainly urban, it may be that its diesel particulate filter will be clogged up. Other issues reported include the service light staying on on the dash after a service, failing rear view camera, squeaky tail lamps, issues with the tailgate hydraulic struts and excessively noisy electric tailgate operation.

Replacement Parts

(based on 2014 Land Rover Discovery Sport TD4 150PS - approx excl. VAT) An air filter will cost around £12-£23. An oil filter will be in the £5-£17 bracket. Front brake pads sit in the £33 to £50 bracket for a set. For rear brake pads, think £38-£45, though you could pay up to around £70 for a pricier brand. Front brake discs are around £106-£155. For rear discs, think £45-£47. A water pump will be around £42-£44. A rear lamp is around £150; a front headlight around £180.

On the Road

Set off and this car feels exactly as any Land Rover of this kind should. The high-set driving position and excellent all-round visibility do a fine job in compensating for the fact that as mid-sized SUVs go, this Discovery Sport isn't actually very compact. The facts are that it's actually both longer and wider than the original first generation Range Rover, something you particularly realise in urban parking situations. Despite that though, on the move it's a vehicle that's easy to place with confidence through the turns. In fact, Land Rover's success in finessing both ride and handling is probably one of the most impressive aspects of this car. It's never going to be quite as sharp to drive as rivals from BMW, Audi, Volvo and Lexus, but then these models have few aspirations towards off road prowess. As we'll see in a minute, the Discovery Sport does and given that, the extent of its roadgoing repertoire is wider than it really has any right to be. It's not as lithe and agile as a Q5 or an X3, of course it's not, but we'd say that this Land Rover easily matches the kind of driving dynamics you'd find in models from this era from other rivals like Volvo's XC60 or the Lexus NX. Much of the reason why centres around the steering. Gone is the vague, wishy-washy helm you used to get in a Freelander and in its place, there's an alert and natural-feeling set-up providing for the kind of precise and accurate corner turn-in that allows you to make good use of the Torque Vectoring by Braking system. This is one of those that quells understeer through a sharp corner, lightly braking the outside front wheels in a way that subtly tightens your line and fires you from bend to bend. That's also helped by the fact that there's very little body roll and a surprising amount of grip for an SUV weighing nearly two tonnes. It all means that you can get into a real driving flow with this car, aided by a suspension set-up that gets better the faster you go. It's a specially developed rear multi-link system that's especially good at dealing with undulating surfaces through quick, flowing curves, though is less impressive over the terrible tarmac that characterises our inner cities. That's why on the school run, you may well feel that this Discovery Sport to be living up to its name, with a greater level of firmness than other rivals deliver. Still, if you can live with that, then there's little else not to like. On to engines. Here, we're focusing on 2015-2018-era models fitted with Land Rover's 'Ingenium' 2.0-litre TD4 petrol and diesel units; in 2015, these replaced the original SD4 Ford-derived engines this car was launched with. The transmission set-up though, has remained the same all the way through, for auto gearbox buyers being an advanced nine-speed ZF unit that's the alternative to a 6-speed manual. The Ingenium diesel powerplants have plenty of pulling power - enough to permit a towing capability of up to 2,500kgs when the optional Tow Pack is fitted. And the engines come mated exclusively to 4WD. This car's permanent intelligent 4WD arrangement continuously varies the torquesplit front-to-rear depending on conditions and is, as before, mated to Land Rover's excellent Terrain Response system which, via a control panel on the centre console, allows you to select a drive programme to match the sort of off-road conditions the car is experiencing. This feature acts almost like an off-road expert sat alongside you, selecting the best traction mode for any given terrain type from four main settings - 'General Driving', 'Grass-Gravel-Snow', 'Mud & Ruts' and 'Sand'. Once you've chosen a mode, you've only to leave the car's electronics to work out how best to dole out power and maximise traction, sniffing out grip where none seems to exist and turning the Discovery Sport into an impressively capable off-road tool. Our only slight disappointment with this set-up here with these pre-2019 models is that it doesn't provide you with the 'set-and-forget' 'Auto' mode that was offered on larger Land Rover models in this period and which effectively makes all the decisions for you. Those bigger Solihull designs also get another thing that the company's smaller models have always lacked - a proper low range transfer gearbox. Dedicated mud-pluggers would certainly appreciate that on this car but for everyone else, the extra transmission ratios would simply represent useless extra weight. Anyway, even as it is, the spec of this car should enable you to get a remarkable distance off the beaten track. Ground clearance is 211mm, one reason why the car can wade through up to 600mm of water - 100mm more even than the military-surplus Defender model! Plus the 25-degree approach angle, the 21-degree breakover angle and the 31-degree departure angle are all very good for a model of this size. Axle articulation in particular is easily best-in-class, at 340mm up to 60mm more than you'd get with most rivals. If you are going to be testing that out, then you'll be glad of the sophisticated Gradient Release Control system, a logical extension of the useful Hill Descent Control system that comes into its own when descending steep and slippery slopes.


Back in 2014, once again, Land Rover looked at a market that many thought was packed to bursting point and spotted a significant gap, into which it parked the Discovery Sport. What other car of this kind can seat seven, set off in the Serengeti and slot right in as easily in Sloane Square as it will in the tightest multi-storey carpark space? No other premium compact SUV from this era can do all this. You'll need to buy carefully though: the build quality and reliability of this car wasn't always what it should have been. Find a good one though and you'll get a great family car. Discovery Sport buyers can get all the style and class of premium 5-seat mid-sized SUVs sold by Audi, BMW, Volvo and Lexus, with the additional versatility of a third seating row, a feature that'll also attract the attention of people who'd previously have had to settle for something Korean like a Hyundai Santa Fe or a Kia Sorento. You get extra off road prowess with a Discovery Sport too, though it's not quite a match for its German rivals if you want to throw your car around on-tarmac. Fortunately, most SUV buyers don't, prioritising instead the kind of supple highway ride and fast fluid responses this car is actually very good at delivering. It all means that for once, the advertising tagline for this model works for the product it's supposed to promote. 'Above and beyond' was the objective in developing this car. In considering the end result, you'd have to say that mission's been accomplished.

Land Rover Discovery Sport average rating: 4.5/5 (25 reviews)

Mrs J Helton - 21/03/20, owner of a Land Rover Discovery Sport Diesel SW 2.0 180HP TD4 HSE Auto 5Dr

User rating: 5/5

User comment:
Extremely happy with my Discovery Sport. Great handling, very comfortable. Great on fuel economy. I am so proud to drive it. Will always buy Land Rover. Class and quality.

Mr I Scott-Gall - 10/01/20, owner of a Land Rover Discovery Sport SW 2.0 P250 SE 5dr Auto 12019

User rating: 5/5

User comment:
I ordered the more powerful petrol engine version of the Discovery sport to replace my 4 year diesel Discovery Sport which I had from new. The diesel pollution management system caused several serious and expensive problems. I am hoping the new petrol engine will avoid these issues. The new car itself has a number of new features which make it a pleasure to drive and use. It is quieter, has better controls and new features as well as looking the part. So I am happy so far!

Mr J Hudson - 24/03/20, owner of a Land Rover DISCOVERY SPORT SW 2.0 P250 SE 5dr Auto 12019

User rating: 4.5/5

User comment:
Because of coronavirus restrictions experience is very limited. Car comfort, access etc identical to Discovery Sport TD180 we had before. P250 is quieter, lower torque at low revs is noticeable when pulling away, Gear shift mechanism inferior to old model camera rear view option is very "in your face". Seat movement to facilitate access is good. Investigation of features without full handbook is a challenge, as is understanding implication of I - control. Overall I like the vehicle.

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