Some people might see the Land Rover Discovery Sport as the immediate replacement for the outgoing Freelander, but we think that would be rather lazy, because this is a very different car that deserves to carve its own name. Sure, it’s another off-roader, and sure it will compete with the Volvo XC60 and the BMW X3 for sales, but it houses styling derived from the Evoque, has more length than the Freelander and has a 5+2 seating arrangement. Let’s take a closer look at what the Land Rover Discovery Sport offers.
Similarities And Differences
Underneath its skin, the 2015 Land Rover Discovery Sport has similarities to the Evoque, but there are differences too. They both share the front suspension setup, as well as the steel chassis. But differences come in the form of a brand new rear structure that makes the Land Rover Discovery Sport longer, as well as extending the wheelbase. Moreover,
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