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By Andy Enright
Added 22nd November, 2013
, updated 10th March, 2015
Customer satisfaction tests prove that the Land Rover Discovery 4 has aced the reliability thing that plagued earlier iterations of this car, so with that issue taken care of, you can properly consider the actual merits of this model. There are plenty of them. Many SUVs can perform well on and off road - it's not an exclusively Land Rover preserve. But where the Discovery 4 scores is in offering the off-road ability of a properly agricultural, ladder-framed old schooler with the fit and finish of the latest sports activity vehicles. In that regard, it's very hard to beat.
Of course, the irony is that the specialised engineering built into this vehicle will very rarely be used by its target clientele, many of whom might well be better advised to look at something more road-biased. Still, these vehicles sell on image and for some, there's no substitute for a Land Rover badge. That's a bit of a shame. The Discovery 4 is a car with genuine depth of talent. Just look to buy one from someone who has never quite figured this out.
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The world takes on a different appearance from behind the wheel of a Land Rover Discovery. At the helm, you know you're in a car that can take on just about anything, be that a seven-up trip to the Alps or a relaxing ride home on a wet and slippery winter's night. But it's only when you put it through its paces in properly extreme terrain that the genius in its design becomes fully apparent. How can a car capable of such extremes on the rough stuff be so utterly easy to use on the school run? Only Land Rover knows.
The more sophisticated design and clever in-car connectivity improvements of this fifth generation version are welcome but ultimately, the recipe is as before. There's a clever, classless feel about this car that nothing else can quite replicate. Other rival SUVs claim to be tough but at the wheel, you're always a little hesitant to see them prove that. A Discovery's different, a uniquely capable SUV and a British success story that we should be proud of.
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