If I were to build an on/off road auto this Discovery is very close to perfection. A little tight in the way back for shopping, but us "all consuming Americans", buy way too much crap any way. Ha ! It pulls its weight well up dirt track hills, nicely appointed inside, easy to work on in the field, and really hard to roll over. But you can lift a front wheel every now and again. This LSE makes my old 4 Runner, Tahoe,& various Jeep products that I have owned seem like second class citizens.
Wheel travel, dif/Lock, AWD, seating, total rear cargo area with seats removed & of course the Alpine windows. Bonus : Steel wheel lock kit. It comes with gloves ;-)
Better MPG, better moon roof rails, bigger wheel wells (to up size tires), arm rests on doors, adj cup holders, spare some where else ( hard to back up ).
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