It’s punching well above its price level but do remember that the extras for a Landrover can be extensive, so you probably won’t end up paying $60K. You’ll only have yourself to blame for that though.
The exterior is outstanding but the interiors are on the basic end of luxe, in that everything looks polished and extremely well finished, but there are no dazzling bits of design.
Still, it’s all so well done that you feel pretty fabulous driving it.
Landrover uses its own multimedia system on the 8 inch touchscreen, the Discovery Sport doesn’t come with Apple Carplay or Android Auto which is fine because you can still connect via Bluetooth to listen to your Spotify and use the phone. The built in sat nav is good but a little slow, still the screen is high res and has a clear picture. The whole thing is modern to look at and easy to use.
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