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We have a limited number of reviews for the 2023 Discovery Sport, so we've included reviews for other years of the Discovery Sport since its last redesign.
5 out of 5 stars

So far so good! Very impressed.

Joe, 06/09/2020
2020 Land Rover Discovery Sport P250 R-Dynamic SE 4dr SUV AWD (2.0L 4cyl Turbo 9A)
41 of 41 people found this review helpful

My first Land Rover. Our previous family SUV was the Volvo XC90. The other car I drive is the Tesla Model 3. Much quieter and smoother ride than the Volvo in my opinion. The handling is amazingly good for such an SUV. I was initially worried about electronics problems that are known to exist for some LR models, but my R-Dynamic SE has been problem-free. A recent off-road trip was a blast. It felt like a tank. Some drawbacks I found include some delay in showing the proximity sensor readings when I park my Disco in the garage and laggy accel response with the automatic stop mode, which can be disabled. I would highly recommend this car. In fact, this is my first time posting any review and I was compelled to share my positive experience. The new Discovery Sport simply rocks!

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4 out of 5 stars

Great Car for the size, style, and performance

JD, 08/17/2019
2019 Land Rover Discovery Sport HSE 4dr SUV AWD (2.0L 4cyl Turbo 9A)
41 of 42 people found this review helpful

This is a beautiful car at a fair price for a Land Rover. It's a lot of car in a very small footprint! (the Evoque was way too small for us). The interior and finishes are great. The glass roof is awesome. The back seat is comfortable and spacious, and the seats recline which is great. The gas mileage is not "Like an8 cylinder" as one reviewer wrote. I know because I sold my GMC Denali 8 Cylinder before buying this one and my gas mileage is WAY better. It totally depends on how you drive. The greatest feature is the ECO mode which will automatically reduce all systems to lower gas and electricity usage. Very nice to just turn on and not think about it. It will lower your performance and the strength of your AC. It seems owners need to read their manuals because it explains this. I get about 27-29 mpg on the highway and may be 15-18 city driving. If you drive aggressively you mileage will drop dramatically. The car is surprisingly quick with the turbo. If you want full performance, AC, etc turn off the ECO mode - which I do when I want best acceleration, etc. There have been issues with the Auto start/stop gas saving feature and with some random electrical/computer stuff but all is under warranty. The transmission sometimes can be less smooth than others but it's negligible. I don't think I would buy a high mileage used Land Rover because of this. My biggest complaint is, it does not have the 'Activity Key' wristband for water-sports (locking your key fob in car and going swimming without fob). It is not an option to upgrade to - which is really stupid. (still looking for a solution to this, short-sighted for and 'adventure car') All things considered, all members of my family love this car.

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5 out of 5 stars

Love it!

Mike, 09/17/2020
2020 Land Rover Discovery Sport P250 S 4dr SUV AWD (2.0L 4cyl Turbo 9A)
20 of 21 people found this review helpful

I've never driven a Land Rover before, but after looking at a few other options such as the Jeep Grand Cherokee & Rav 4, the Land Rover seemed a better choice. The dealership was amazing. I was treated better than any dealership, and they didn't try to sell me a bunch of extra warranties I didn't want. I was sold on the car the minute I saw it. The bells and whistles are mind-blowing. Being able to check that it's locked with my phone from the comfort of my bed. The safety features are incredible. The 3rd row seats are such a bonus. You can fit a 7 foot surfboard down the middle, and still have room for a driver and 5 passengers. The panoramic room is so amazing, it's the first time my kids don't want to be on their devices because they'd rather look out of the roof. The visibility is perfect. The turning radius is awesome. I made a turn and was excited to go up on the curb, but that wasn't even necessary, because the turning radius was so good I didn't make it to the curb. The technology as far as connectivity and other features is incredible. The fact that it personalizes the car to my wife or myself based on the key fob we use is amazing. It even lights up the sidewalk when you get out so you know where you're stepping. The Discovery Sport is beyond perfect in every way. I watched a video of a man driving one in Iceland through an ice river, and it did it with no problem. I took it to the top of the steepest hill in the city, and there is no other car that could turn that hill into a tiny obstacle the way the Land Rover did. The only possible drawback is the fuel economy, but it's well worth it. So stoked on this vehicle!!!

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2 out of 5 stars

Very disappointed

Roberto, 11/29/2018
2018 Land Rover Discovery Sport HSE 237 HP 4dr SUV AWD (2.0L 4cyl Turbo 9A)
25 of 27 people found this review helpful

I bought this car for my wife, expecting it to be a great vehicle, being a Land Rover and all. What a disappointment. It is a very expensive car for what you get in return. First off, air conditioner presented problems with just 2K miles on the odometer. Went to the shop, took 3 days to fix. Same problem at 4K miles. Back to the shop, another 3 days. Same problem at 6K. Back to the shop, 3 days again. This is unacceptable for a brand new 50K car. Now car is at 8K and problem has not presented itself again so far. Motor is very weak, gear change is slow. Entertainment interface is poor. Trunk space is small. Forget the 3rd row seats, its cramped. Safety sensors surrounding the car go off all the time with nothing even close to the car. This car needs a major makeover to be worth the money. There are much better options out there for this price range. I can't wait for the lease to end for me to get out of this mess.

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5 out of 5 stars

Love this SUV

Rdesai, 08/31/2019
2018 Land Rover Discovery Sport HSE LUX 286 HP 4dr SUV AWD (2.0L 4cyl Turbo 9A)
6 of 6 people found this review helpful

This is a real SUV with all the bells and whistles. I hate folks who buy a SUV and don't take it out. I've been off roading nothing serious but just fun trails. Lots of fun, great to drive with big back seats.

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