2017 Land Rover Discovery: First Drive Review

© Perry Stern, Automotive Content Experience© Perry Stern, Automotive Content Experience
Some History
The Discovery first came to America in 1994 as a 1995 model. Priced lower than the Range Rover but offering brand cachet as well as off-road capability, the Disco’s purpose was to expand Land Rover’s market share in the U.S. Available until 2004, the Discovery was then redesigned and renamed LR3. The LR3 remained in America until 2009 when the line was discontinued. Fast forward to 2017 and an all-new Discovery. Although it carries some of the original styling cues and market placement, the new Discovery is far removed from that original Disco.

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