Top 10 things you need to know about the 2017 Land Rover Discovery

It might look like a Range Rover Sport, but this is actually the 2017 Discovery. The fifth-generation version of Land Rover's popular SUV will go on sale in the spring from £43,495, with a new design, more tech and a powerful range of petrol and diesel engines.

As before, there will be a Discovery for everyone, with improved on-road handling for the Chelsea tractor buyers and improved off-road ability and 3.5 tonne towing limit for those who want to the full Land Rover experience.

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Improved comfort and seven-seats as standard 

Every Discovery gets seven full-size seats as standard, with more head and leg room across each row. Each seat will be slightly higher than the one in front, which means those in the third row will be able to speak to passengers in the front and see out, without craning their neck. The driver will also be able to fold, heat or cool the seats, via the central touchscreen or their mobile phone.

As well as being larger inside, the Discovery can be specified with up to nine USB ports, four 12-volt charging points and in-car 3G wifi for up to eight mobile devices. This should make it ideal for family trips, with iPads and mobile phones guaranteed power and internet access. 


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