On the marque: Polished hybrid Discovery Sport offers a lot more for a little extra
As long as you can plug it in regularly, Land Rover’s new hybrid SUV is the pick of the range and suits urban family needs
The Discovery Sport is the entry-level SUV in the Land Rover range, though most versions can be specified with an optional third row of seating, so it’s not a small car by any means. Key rivals include the Audi Q5, BMW X3 and Mercedes GLC.
Following on from a significant refresh in 2019, bringing with it a modernised exterior and a much better cabin, Land Rover has now added a plug-in hybrid variant...
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