The new Land Rover Discovery Sport is landing in U.S. dealerships right now with a base price of $37,995 including destination.
Three trim levels are available for the car: SE, HSE, and HSE Luxury. At the bottom end, the Discovery Sport is equipped with features like halogen headlights, rain-sensing wipers, body-colored door handles and mirror caps, a 5.0-inch vehicle info screen along with an 8.0-inch touchscreen in the center stack. Partial leather seats are included in the base SE package. Available options include a $700 black design package and the $800 vision assist package.
Bump up to the HSE and the price climbs to $42,495. For the extra cash the headlights are upgraded to HIDs with LED daytime running lights. You also get a fixed panoramic sunroof, a power tailgate, a power 10-way front seat and grained leather seats. A $1,600 climate comfort package, $1,750 row 3 package, $800 audio upgrade and $1,295 driver assist package are all available.
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At the top end, the Discovery Sport will sell for $46,495. As expected, the decked out model comes standard with leather seats and tons of features like configurable mood lighting, premium floor mats, an 11-speaker audio system and illuminated tread plates. All sort of packages are available for the most luxurious Discovery Sport including a $1,500 black design package, $1,600 climate comfort package, $1,750 row 3 package and a $1,295 driver assist setup.
Power for all Discovery Sport models comes from a 2.0-liter turbocharged inline four-cylinder engine hooked up to a nine-speed automatic transmission. A Haldex all-wheel-drive system is also standard on all models.
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