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  • Mileage: 65000
  • Transmission: Automatic
  • Fuel Type: Diesel
  • Engine Size: 3.0
  • Interior Colour: Almond Leather
  • Exterior Colour: Galway green
  • Body Style: SUV
  • Seats: 7
  • Service:
  • Reg date: 2011/3

Optional extras

  • Four wheel-drive
  • HDD Premium navigation including voice control and TMC with touch screen
  • Electric front sunroof and fixed rear glass
  • Bi-Xenon headlights
  • Bluetooth telephone connectivity
  • Cruise control
  • Rear park distance control
  • Rear view camera
  • Front park distance control
  • Heated Seats Front and Rear
  • 19" 7 split spoke alloy wheels
  • 'Global' closing of front/rear windows
  • Front and rear electric windows
  • Premium In Car Entertainment pack -Discovery
  • Automatic climate control
  • Premium leather pack - Discovery
  • Electric height/reach adjustable steering column
  • DSC-Dynamic Stability Control
  • DAB Digital radio
  • Electronic traction control
  • Bright pack - Discovery
  • Roof rails
  • Volumetric anti theft alarm
  • Keyless entry
  • Remote locking
  • Steering wheel mounted audio controls
  • Electric heated + adjustable door mirrors
  • Power foldback door mirrors
  • Engine immobiliser
  • Non smokers pack - Discovery
  • Engine Power 245 bhp
  • Top Speed 112 mph
  • Acceleration (0-62mph) 9 seconds
  • CO2 Rating (g/km) 244 g/km
  • Average MPG 30.4 mpg
  • Boot Capacity 1260 litres


Auto Car Says:

Despite the name, this isn’t an all-new Discovery, but an extensive facelift of the Discovery 3. The changes are more mechanical than cosmetic, and chief among them is the enlargement of the V6 diesel engine from 2.7 to 3.0 litres. Essentially this is the same engine recently fitted to the Jaguar XF, except that in the Discovery there is a single state of tune.

With 242bhp, it sits between the lower and higher-powered XFs, but the Discovery’s 443lb ft matches that of the XF 3.0D S. Land Rover has also tweaked the suspension (revised knuckles and thicker anti-roll bars) and steering to improve on-road dynamics, while adjusting the Terrain Response and Hill Descent Control functions to enhance the Discovery’s already impressive off-road abilities.

The exterior gets a new, more prominent grille and LED bulbs for the rear lamps and front sidelights. Inside, the dashboard has been softened to give a more upmarket feel, while wood and leather are used more generously and keyless go has been introduced.


What car says:

It’s superb off-road and a comfortable cruiser on road. The cabin is brilliant: classy design, room for seven, versatile and with great all-round visibility.


Car magazine says:

The new Discovery 4, finally, is brisk enough that you can enjoy it properly and can recommend it as superlative family transport without the caveat that ‘you might wish it was quicker’. That’s not to say it’ll suddenly outrun 911s, but the TDV6’s new-found urge is immediately apparent, delivering plentiful low-down shove, useful overtaking power and producing a thoroughly tuneful snarl into the bargain.

The new steering means the Disco feels a lot more compact and controllable, and you can actually hustle this frankly massive car along twisting B-roads in a way that would have scared the inevitable out of you before. It changes direction with alacrity and without roll. And while all that’s going on, the ride manages to be comfy, cushty and quiet. A great improvement on an already excellent car.

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