Land Rover Discovery is, depending on the definition, in its 3rd or 5th generation. Land Rover Discovery Series 1 and 2 could be considered two generations, because of how long they were in production, Discovery 3 and 4 or LR3 and LR4, as they were known Stateside, were pretty much a pre face lift and post facelift cars. The 2017 Land Rover Discovery has a whiff of Range Rover about it. With 292 cm wheelbase and almost 5 metres overall length Land Rover Discovery is the size of Range Rover Vogue. Anyway, Discover is made on the same Range Rover platform. Originally Discovery was always supposed to be the cheaper Range Rover.

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    • usthon syaifullah
      usthon syaifullah


      about 3 months ago
    • George Paul
      George Paul

      They have two different headrests. One is thinner and has a much better position. The thicker one definitely a little too forward and needs to have the ability to slide rearward like on the Porsche Macan and Cayenne.

      about 1 year ago
    • Ganbala

      i have one LR series and my truck look bigger, Boxy and taller and look a proper SUV this look like a Fancy Explorer ... and for sure in extreme safari off road my LR destroy this Explorer

      about 1 year ago
    • MidNightRyder1000

      I miss the boxy shape <3

      about 1 year ago
    • Alan Mac
      Alan Mac

      This is easily the nicest vehicle in Europe for towing horses or boats and having several passengers. A brilliant car.

      about 1 year ago
    • Steve Crozet
      Steve Crozet

      I think this is a fantastic modern vehicle. The only thing i dont like is that the rear windows do not close all the way down.

      about 1 year ago
    • Paul CCraciun
      Paul CCraciun

      What's logic behind the NFC bracelet with the key still inside the car ?! seems to be a pretty stupid idea ...

      about 1 year ago
    • Megan Pitcher
      Megan Pitcher In reply to Paul CCraciun

      The key won't work once the car has been locked with the Activity Bracelet unless the car is also opened with the Activity Bracelet, so people can't break into the car and use the key to drive off.

      about 1 year ago
    • ytdood
      ytdood In reply to Paul CCraciun

      The idea is that you can go hiking / swimming without having to take your key with you. It's an interesting one, though I'm not sure how many people really need it.

      about 1 year ago
    • fundiver198

      Awkward looking and expensive. If you just need a car to transport your family, what exactly is wrong with a station wagon?

      about 1 year ago
    • Craig D
      Craig D

      I love how this new one looks as I love how the Discovery 4 looks. It looks like it blends in with all the other models but still distinctive enough so it's not a clone. I guess I just don't have as much problem with change.

      about 1 year ago
    • kevin n
      kevin n

      Just paint that thing yellow or orange and use it as a school bus...holy big, batman!   Nice review Marek!  I think the Land Rover discovery sport would be a better option if it didn't have an old 4 cylinder design powering it.

      about 1 year ago
    • kevin n
      kevin n In reply to kevin n

      Yes, I was thinking of the Discovery sport.  They've been updated here in NA?  I thought they would give this bus the ingenious 4 cylinder petrol here in NA as well.

      about 1 year ago
    • Megan Pitcher
      Megan Pitcher In reply to kevin n

      You're thinking of the Discovery Sport which was initially released with Ford carry-over engines, but has now been updated with the Ingenium engines. The full-size Discovery has Ingenium 4 cylinder diesel engines from the outset, but not in America where they only come with V6's due to American's preference for bigger engines. The big jump will come when the V6's switch to Ingenium designs and you'll see upwards of 250kW from the diesel, and 350kW for the petrol. As for the F-Pace, its by far the best looking mid-size SUV on the market and a great choice if you don't need 7 seats or serious off-road capability. Check out its cousin, the Range Rover Velar whilst you're at it.

      about 1 year ago
    • kevin n
      kevin n In reply to kevin n

      over here in Canada, they are still using the old 4 cylinder engine.  Maybe this year it changes over.  I might go check out the F pace with the new ingenium engine.

      about 1 year ago
    • Megan Pitcher
      Megan Pitcher In reply to kevin n

      Old 4 cylinder design? The Ingenium 4's are absolutely state-of-the-art in modular engine technology with some of the highest power outputs in their class and excellent fuel economy. I think you're remembering the early days before Ingenium when LR were stuck with Ford engines.

      about 1 year ago
    • Ottavianus Augustus
      Ottavianus Augustus

      do the wipers stop with the s&s? XD

      about 1 year ago
    • Marek Drives
      Marek Drives In reply to Ottavianus Augustus

      +Ottavianus Augustus good question. I didn't notice any interruption.

      about 1 year ago
    • ΝΟΜΛ

      1:01 ugly how they've implemented the offset

      about 1 year ago
    • Mike Kay
      Mike Kay

      Looks you were not blacklisted by JLR after some panning comments on the Velar kudos!

      about 1 year ago
    • Marek Drives
      Marek Drives In reply to Mike Kay

      +Mike Kay this was filmed earlier, but I wasn't. I recently filmed RR Sport.

      about 1 year ago
    • Dave Travels
      Dave Travels

      a bit too pricey for what it is, I remember when the DISCO was round 40k... As for the headrests, I don't understand why more manufacturers don't incorporate VW style adjustable headrests, they are on the Passat for reference and so simple, yet very few cars have headrests that adjust laterally. If they are on a Passat, they should be on a DISCO.

      about 1 year ago
    • Megan Pitcher
      Megan Pitcher In reply to Dave Travels

      Most Disco owners use them for more than the school run I can assure you. Visit Fraser Island or many of the State Forest trails and you'll see Discos everywhere.

      about 1 year ago
    • Huw Williams
      Huw Williams In reply to Dave Travels

      This may not be the ideal model for the school run. The Discovery Sport also comes with seven seats. In your location the capability of this type of vehicle may not be needed but in rural areas and for certain businesses its assets may be regularly used. Lots of businesses tow up to 3.5 tons and fit these with tachographs. Lots of farmers use them for work and play. Hard.

      about 1 year ago
    • Dave Travels
      Dave Travels In reply to Dave Travels

      true, but who truly needs those capabilities, especially on the school run? ;)

      about 1 year ago
    • Huw Williams
      Huw Williams In reply to Dave Travels

      It certainly is expensive but considering its ability and in comparison to rivals, specified sensibly with the four cylinder 240hp 500Nm diesel engine in HSE trim with some sensible extras, its around £50,000UK. It can easily be bought with less spec and cost than that though. It has a two speed transfer box and 3.5 ton towing capacity and good off-road and wading ability which will by appreciated by people who need this kind of thing. Those that don't need it can buy a Discovery Sport for less cost or a Velar of F-pace from the same company.

      Yes, it is actually the third generation, despite being called the Discovery5. The arse is the worst aspect of the car. It just doesn't work for most people, looking lopsided and overly tall in proportion.Personally I don't like the C pillars and 'floating roof' at the back which reminds me of the 1998 model Mercedes ML. Its too much of a cliche and both it and the shape of the side lights can also be seen in the remarkably similar 2017 Ford Explorer, which incidentally isn't sold in the UK. I did see and take a picture of one in Russia a couple of weeks ago though.

      about 1 year ago
    • Snowpeak74

      This is a men's car. So yes manually adjusted steering column!!😝 Come on, prefer reliability than all these shitty gimmick things. We love cars. Not android auto.

      about 1 year ago
    • QuattroRMT
      QuattroRMT In reply to Snowpeak74

      Meanwhile everything else is electronic....

      about 1 year ago