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The 5 Things You Need to Know about the 2018 Land Rover Discovery

The cost of capability

Those buyers wanting Land Rover’s clever Terrain Response 2 system which tweaks various aspects of the vehicle, from the throttle to gear and traction control and suspension height and action, and now includes an Automatic function to, er, automatically detect the correct Terrain Response setting, will have to spend an extra $2060.00. But you can’t get Terrain Response 2 without dual-range, and while low-range is a $920.00 cost option on most variants, it’s automatic on HSE and up. To get air suspension you’ll need to spend an extra $2060.00 (if you’re opting for the S variant, it’s standard from SE up) and All Terrain Progress Control is part of a package only. Or you can pay $3200.00 for the Capability Pack and get Terrain Response 2, Active Rear Locking Differential and All Terrain Progress Control. Active rear locking differential is a cost option on all variants ($1080.00).

2017 Land Rover Discovery Review by Practical Motoring


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Alice Carroll
8 months ago

Thanks for pointing out that five people can comfortably fit in a Land Rover. I’m planning to buy a new car that I can use for my newfound hobby of mountain hiking. I think the heavy duty tires of a Land Rover would be perfect to transport me and my friends to the base of a mountain.

Isaac Bober

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