£43,995

2018 Land Rover Discovery

3.0 Td6 Hse Commercial Auto

Dick Lovett Land Rover
1 Commerce Way
Melksham
Mileage24,494 miles
TransmissionAutomatic
ShapePickup
ColourGrey
Year2018 18 registration
Fueldiesel

Gloss black interior trim, Autonomous emergency braking, Immobiliser, Intrusion sensor, Keyless entry system, Locking wheel nuts, Perimeter and volumetric alarm, Remote central locking, ABS and EBA, Active roll mitigation, Dynamic stability control, Electronic air suspension, Electronic park brake, Hill Descent Control, Hill start assist, Particulate filter (DPF), Digital radio (DAB), InControl protect, Meridian sound system with 10 speakers + subwoofer, radio/CD/DVD and voice recognition, Auto dimming door mirrors, Auto dimming rear view mirror, Auto High Beam Assist, Automatic headlights, Body coloured bumpers, Body coloured door handles, Body coloured door mirrors, Electrically heated and adjustable door mirrors, Front fog lights, Glazed tailgate, Heated windscreen, Heated windscreen washer jets, Power foldback mirrors, Privacy glass, Rain sensitive windscreen wipers, Signature Hi-line tail lights, Treadplates with metal inserts, 16 way driver/passenger electrically adjustable seats with driver memory, 2 front cupholders, Ambient interior lighting, Dual zone climate control, Electric adjustable steering column, Fascia storage compartment, Front passenger seat ISOFIX points, Overhead sunglasses holder, Reach and rake adjustable steering column, Shopping hook, Upper glovebox, Windsor leather upholstery, Adaptive speed control, Blind spot monitor and reverse traffic detection, Driver condition monitor, Gesture tailgate, InControl apps, InControl Touch pro navigation, Interactive Driver display, PAS, Power tailgate, Pro services and wifi hotspot, Service indicator, Stop/start button, Traffic sign recognition, Tyre pressure monitor,

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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...