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Land Rover Discovery Sport Car Leasing

Personal and Business Contract Hire


The Best Land Rover Discovery Sport leasing deals are avaliable on both Business and Personal Contract Hire. WHAT CAR Large SUV of the Year 2016. Let Auto Choices help you with your Land Rover Leasing requirements, we could help you lease a Land Rover for less than you expect. Call us now and start saving money on your next car as we always have cheap leasing deals on offer.

The Discovery Sport is the stylish and luxurious replacement for the Freelander. However, forget like-for-like comparisons, because the Discovery Sport is miles ahead of its predecessor in on every level.  Based on the Evoquethe Discovery Sport combines a huge interior with a composed ride. This means the Discovery Sport is comfortable and extremely large inside, with most models getting a 5+2 seating configuration and around 1700 litres of maximum boot space. The '+2' seats are essentially a third row that lift out of the boot floor while the moveable second row provides easy access. However, while the compact third row of seats are perfect for young children, adults will only want to use them for the shortest of journeys.

The interior of the Discovery Sport is similar to the Evoque, with an abundance of soft-touch materials and a well-crafted dashboard. Standard equipment is impressive and all models get climate control for the first two row of seats, along with cruise control, a heated windscreen and partial leather seats. The Discovery Sport was launched with the 2.2-litre SD4 engine but this was replaced in September 2015 with a new, British-built 2.0-litre four-cylinder Ingenium diesel engine. The four-cylinder Ingenium is a huge step up from the 2.2 diesel. With lower emissions, better economy and notably less noise.  The TD4, with 150PS, will return 129g/km of CO2 and close to 58mpg according to the official figures, while its high speed operation is near silent. On the road the Discovery Sport feels capable and fun, with plenty of grip in the corners and plenty of torque. We'd recommend the automatic gearbox over the manual, as it's smooth with near seamless gear changes. The four-wheel drive system is identical to the one found in the Evoque and linked to Land Rover's excellent Terrain Response system, which means the Discovery Sport is more than capable off road. In fact, it's better than any of its rivals when it comes to tackling mud or snow. 

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