The pricing includes a $995 destination charge and reflects a $240 increase over the 2016 model.
Discovery Sport HSE and HSE Lux trim levels can be ordered with a new Dynamic Design Pack that includes unique front and rear bumpers with integrated tailpipes, black-accented exterior touches and gloss black 20-inch wheels.
In the cabin, the package adds contrast-stitched leather seats and gearshift knob, unique carpet mats, metal-finish pedals and center dash-side panel finishers.
Four new exterior colors on the 2017 Discovery Sport include Silicon Silver, Farallon Black, Carpathian Grey and Aruba metallic.
The InControl Touch Pro infotainment system gets some tech updates, including a larger 10.2-inch screen and intuitive menus.
Three new driver-assistance systems include Lane Keeping Assist, a Driver Condition Monitor that checks for driver drowsiness and an Intelligent Speed Limiter that helps drivers keep to the speed limit.
Edmunds says: These upgrades are worth checking out in the showroom, as the Discovery Sport remains at the top of many shopping lists in this competitive category.