Introduced in 2020, the current Land Rover Discovery Sport is a more affordable relative of the larger Discovery model. It is Land Rover’s least-expensive seven-seat model, and indeed one of the least costly luxury seven seaters from any automaker.
What’s New/Key Changes From Last Year
For 2022, the Disco Sport, as this model is known casually, is unchanged.
Land Rover offers the Disco Sport in SE trim, and a trio of R-Dynamic models: S, SE and HSE. All are powered by a 2.0L turbo four-cylinder engine, a nine-speed transmission, and AWD.
The Discovery Sport SE comes with auto-levelling LED headlights, rain-sensing wipers, 20-inch wheels, passive keyless entry, a power tailgate, and power-folding side mirrors with driver’s side auto dimming. Inside, there’s a six-speaker stereo, 12-way power/heated front seats, leather upholstery, dual-zone A/C, an auto-dimming rearview mirror, a digital gauge cluster, 10.0-inch touchscreen infotainment, and wireless phone charging.
SE’s driver assistance kit comprises traffic recognition, blind spot assist, lane keep assist, front and rear parking sensors, a rear traffic monitor, and forward collision mitigation.
R-Dynamic models start by adding a heated steering wheel with perforated leather, and S models trade down to 18-inch wheels.
Finally, HSE models get 14-way front seats, and a 12-speaker stereo.
Third-row seats can be added on their own, or as part of a family package that also brings a panoramic sunroof. A convenience pack gains an activity key and electric steering wheel adjustments; a cold climate pack gets a heated windshield and headlight washers.
Land Rover estimates the Disco Sport’s fuel consumption at 12.7/10.0 L/100 km (city/highway).
Land Rover’s prime competitors for the Discovery Sport are the BMW X3, Mercedes-Benz GLC, Audi Q5, Porsche Macan, Volvo XC60, Alfa Romeo Stelvio, Jaguar E-Pace, Acura RDX, Lexus NX, Infiniti QX50, Cadillac XT5, Lincoln Corsair, and Buick Envision.
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