Land Rover Discovery Sport launched in India, prices start from INR 46.10 lakhs – IAB Report

Posted on: Sep 2, 2015 - 3:18pm IST

First 5+2 seater in its segment.

JLR India has announced the launch of the Land Rover Discovery Sport in Mumbai today. It is launched as a CKD product from the start, and prices (ex-showroom pre-octroi Mumbai) start from :

  • Land Rover Discovery Sport S – INR 46.10 Lakhs
  • Land Rover Discovery Sport SE – INR 51.01 Lakhs (5-seater), INR 52.5 Lakhs (5+2 seats)
  • Land Rover Discovery Sport HSE – INR 53.34 Lakhs (5-seater), INR 54.83 Lakhs (5+2 seats)
  • Land Rover Discovery Sport HSE Luxury – INR 60.70 Lakhs (5-seater), INR 62.18 Lakhs (5+2 seats)

Land Rover Discovery Sport front three quarter Launch in Mumbai

The exterior design of the Land Rover Discovery Sport is dynamic and instantly familiar, and is an evolutionary step up over the outgoing Land Rover Freelander 2. It measures 4,599 mm in length, 2,173 mm in width, 1,724 mm in height and 2,741 mm in wheelbase.

Inside, the Land Rover Discovery Sport will feature a simple design complement by the company’s high build quality standards. One of the main selling points of the Discovery Sport is the segment-first 5+2 seating option. The top-end trim also comes with features like a panoramic glass roof, 17 speaker Meridian sound system, and Park Assist with reverse parking camera.

Land Rover Discovery Sport dashboard Launch in Mumbai

Under the hood, the Land Rover Discovery will pack the older 2.2-liter SD4 diesel engine available in two power stated:  147 bhp and 187 bhp. Both engines are paired to a 9-speed automatic gearbox and a full-time AWD system with Terrain Response as standard.

The Land Rover Discovery Sport will compete against the likes of the Audi Q5, BMW X3 and Volvo XC60.

Land Rover Discovery Sport – Image Gallery

Land Rover Discovery Sport launched in India – Press Release

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