£40,169

2018 Land Rover Discovery

2.0 SD4 S 5dr Auto

Land Rover Crawley
Manor Royal
Crawley
Mileage11,378 miles
TransmissionAutomatic
ShapeSuv
ColourBlack
Year2018 68 registration
Fueldiesel

Ebony trim finisher, 3x3 point rear seatbelts, ABS, Cornering brake control, Curtain airbags, Driver and passenger airbags, ESP, Gradient acceleration control, Hill descent control, Hill launch assist, Rear airbags, Roll stability control, Side airbags, Traction control, Tyre pressure monitoring system, Immobiliser, Intrusion sensor and alarm, Locking wheel nuts, Remote central locking, Dynamic stability control, Electronic air suspension, Twin speed transfer box, InControl protect, Steering wheel mounted controls, Black fender vents, Body colour bumpers, Body colour door handles, Electric front windows, Halogen headlights, Headlight washers, Intelligent automatic heated front and rear windscreen, No derivative and/or engine badge, Puddle lights, Rear electric windows, Rear fog lights, Trailer stability assist, Treadplates, 12V power point for Row 2, 2 x third row seats with reading lamps, USB charging points and under floor storage, 60/40 Split fold rear seat/load through facility, Cloth upholstery + 8 way manual front seats, Electric front headrests, Front armrest, Isofix on 2nd row outer seats, Isofix on 3rd row seats, Loadspace cover, Manually adjustable steering column, Overhead storage box/sunglasses holder, Premium leather steering wheel, Rear headrests, Satin chrome gearshift paddles, Sunvisors with illuminated vanity mirrors, Twin front cupholders, Analogue dials with central TFT display, Bluetooth telephone connectivity, Driver condition monitor, Front and rear park assist, Lane keep assist, PAS, Power inner tailgate, Power tailgate/boot lid, Service interval indicator, Speed proportional steering, Stop/start system, Trip computer,

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5
It's all change for this generation of the Land Rover Discovery. For starters, gone is the traditional boxy shape, replaced by a profile more akin to a Range Rover Sport. Then there's the introduction of a 2.0-litre diesel engine alongside the existing 3.0-litre. So is the Discovery going soft? After...