Test drive: Is Land Rover Discovery refresh enough to put a dent in the Defender?

Minor visual updates, superb new infotainment tech and inline-six engines mark out the 2021 model as clearly fit for purpose but whether it is a class leader is another question

11th April, 2021
Test drive: Is Land Rover Discovery refresh enough to put a dent in the Defender?
The updated Land Rover Discovery: prices start at €81,010

The Land Rover Discovery was perhaps in danger of getting lost in the middle of many similar product lines available from its creator’s three disparate marques – Jaguar, Land Rover and Range Rover – so it seems timely for a midlife refresh and tech update

Designed to take on other luxury seven-seat SUVs such as the Audi Q7, BMW X5, Mercedes GLE and Volvo XC90, the Discovery has always been a solid contender...

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