The future design direction of the Discovery sub-brand was initially previewed in the form of the Land Rover Discovery Vision concept, shown at the 2014 New York International Auto Show, and it was during the show that Gerry McGovern announced the Land Rover Discovery Sport would be the first new model in the enlarged Discovery family. The new Discovery Sport is manufactured at Jaguar Land Rover's facility in Liverpool and as a new model comes with a whole host of new and updated design features and equipment ranging from the chassis, engine, infotainment system and more.
Our example was first registered new to its only owner in January 2018 as since this date has covered 10863 miles. Fitted with the 2.0 litre engine that produces the larger 240bhp output our car has arguably the pick of bunch in terms of power units that comes with the 9-speed ZF automatic transmission, meaning every journey wether it be through town or off-road is as easy as possible.
Servicing intervals on the new Discovery Sport are every 21,000 miles or 2 years meaning our car is not due until January 2019 with the first MOT being due in January 2021. Offered with both keys, owner book pack and Land Rover spec card.