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2017 Land Rover Discovery Long-Term Road Test - Introduction

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edited November 2017 in Land Rover
image2017 Land Rover Discovery Long-Term Road Test - Introduction

The 2017 Land Rover Discovery represents the most significant redesign for the model since its 1989 debut, so we added one to our long-term fleet to put it through its paces.

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Comments

  • Are people really going to take a $75,000 car out in the boonies and beat the hell out of it? I understand why people buy expensive SUV's that have the ability to get to the ski lodge when there is a blizzard, or can launch a boat at a ramp that has seen better days, but spending $75,000 on a vehicle that can challenge a course that modified jeeps traverse seems unrealistic.
  • Please do take it offroad, but you will probably want to get a set of 19 - 20" wheels with AT tires. I have had 3 Land Rovers, and love(d) each one of them, but most of this affection was related to their capability, comfort and composure off the tarmac.
  • Oh look! Another over optioned 4x4 with unsuitable wheels and tyres that nobody would buy or even lease if they have two brain cells to rub together.
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