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
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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