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The lat­est Dis­cov­ery is de­signed to im­press. The four-wheel drive fuses the badge’s leg­endary abil­ity to tra­verse tough ter­rain with styling and in­te­rior so­phis­ti­ca­tion nor­mally found on the more up­mar­ket Range Rovers.

The new de­sign has opened the door to the next gen­er­a­tion of ur­ban­ites chas­ing the look and the lux­ury with­out the Rangie premium.

The Dis­cov­ery is equipped to take you any­where in style with 19” al­loy wheels.

It also fea­tures a rear-view cam­era, 10” touch­screen and two-zone cli­mate con­trol as stan­dard.

There’s plenty of head and leg room through­out and the dash­board’s soft touch ma­te­rial soon re­minds you that you’re trav­el­ling in to­tal lux­ury.

It’s the per­fect ve­hi­cle to cruise to and from school, de­spite the fact the wheel ar­tic­u­la­tion, trans­fer case and un­der­body pro­tec­tion place it among the smarter ve­hi­cles to ven­ture off the beaten track.

The Disco uses the high-out­put 2.0-litre turbo diesel to great ef­fect in the en­try model and it can haul up to an im­pres­sive 3500kg.

The six cylin­der engine still re­mains a pop­u­lar choice in the lo­cal market, giv­ing driv­ers the added con­fi­dence and re­sponse when ex­tra grunt is needed on the open road, or when tow­ing a car­a­van or boat.

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