Land Rover Discovery Sport Summary
|Max Power||177 bhp @ 4000 rpm|
|Drive Type||4WD / AWD|
Land Rover Discovery Sport Price List in India
Land Rover Discovery Sport price start at ₹ 59.91 Lakh and goes up to ₹ 63.32 Lakh. Check out the entire Land Rover Discovery Sport variants on-road price in India. Get more info on Land Rover Discovery Sport new models, videos, latest news, and the up-to-date Discovery Sport four wheeler ex-showroom price.
Land Rover Discovery Sport Variants Price
|Discovery Sport Variants||Ex-showroom Price||Compare|
|1999 cc, Diesel, Automatic, 10.68 kmpl||₹ 59.91 Lakh|
|1999 cc, Petrol, Automatic||₹ 59.98 Lakh|
|1999 cc, Diesel, Automatic, 10.68 kmpl||₹ 62.11 Lakh|
|1999 cc, Petrol, Automatic||₹ 63.32 Lakh|
Land Rover Discovery Sport Colours
- Fuji White
- Santorini Black
- Firenze Red
- Eiger Grey
- Portofino Blue
- Byron Blue
Land Rover Discovery Sport Videos
Land Rover Discovery Sport Highlights
Land Rover's immensely capable Freelander SUV was replaced in 2014 by what has easily become one of the company's best-selling models – the Discovery Sport. It is based on the stylish Range Rover Evoque but comes with a new rear suspension design that allows for more room for the occupants at the rear. The Land Rover Discovery Sport is also the first model in the segment to be offered with the practicality of seven seats.
The Discovery Sport brings with it a raft of capabilities, one of which is to deal with various terrains. It is also solidly built, looks stylish and comes with plenty of features. It's also a pretty rewarding SUV to drive. Its rather distinct character separates it from its counterparts. On top of that, the Land Rover Discovery Sport price makes it mouth-wateringly enticing.
The Land Rover Discovery Sport new model is undoubtedly a proportionate, beefy SUV with a lot of character. It is also longer than its predecessor and sits on a larger wheelbase as well. Up-front, the signature two-slat Land Rover grille looks good, while the wrap-around headlamps look distinctive. Viewed from the side, the SUV boasts of clean lines, mildly flared wheel arches and a sloping roofline. At the rear, it has sporty clear-lens tail lamps, a neat tailgate design that has 'Discovery' badging in bold, while there is also a skid plate and twin tailpipes on either side.
The Land Rover Discovery Sport variants are as follows: Pure, SE, HSE and HSE Luxury. Features include Xenon headlights with LED signature, cruise control with speed limiter, rear parking aid, front parking aid, rear camera, park assist, auto-dimming, power fold, heated door mirrors with approach lights,12-way electric front seats with memory, Windsor leather seats, 60:40 second-row seats with slide and recline, Meridian sound system 825 W with 16 speaks plus subwoofer, 25.4 cm touchscreen, navigation pro, and configurable interior ambient lighting. Some high-end features include All Terrain Progress Control, Terrain Response, and Hill Descent Control.
The Discovery Sport's cabin is neat, uncluttered and well put-together. The materials have a good feel to it. Everything feels well built. The dashboard design is perfectly simple yet angular in certain areas. Also, the touchscreen infotainment unit is user-friendly and responsive. Seated at the front, the driver has a commanding view of the road, while the seats are comfortable. Occupants seated in the middle row have well-cushioned seats to be seated on, which also provide ample under-thigh support. These seats can be moved forward and backward to free up space for the occupants in the last row. However, the last row is best used by children.
Engine Specifications & Performance
The Land Rover Discovery Sport is powered by three engine options: a 2.0-litre petrol engine that makes 240hp and 340Nm of torque, and a 2.2-litre diesel engine available in two states of tune: 147bhp and 187bhp. All engines are paired to a 9-speed automatic gearbox.
The 147bhp 'TD4' version is quiet and refined, while power delivery is linear. The gear-shifts, on the other hand, could've been smoother. You can also take control manually via the paddle-shifters. This motor performs best within urban conditions. The steering is well-weighted, and the Discovery Sport handles well. It feels very connected to the road; however not as direct as, say, an X3, but it comes close. Ride quality is good, as all the undulations are tackled with aplomb. But at low speeds, the SUV feels a bit stiffly sprung. Body control, too, is great at high speeds.