For years, it the was Land Rover LR4 that was considered the luxury family SUV packed with three rows of seating and built to go off-road. However, the ancient design and clumsy performance have been retired for the all-new 2017 Land Rover Discovery. The leaner design and more comfortable drive also kicks butt on the roads. Whether looking for a roomy seven-seater for the kids or a rugged off-roader, the Discovery has it all.
Where Did It Come From?
The old LR4 design which debuted in 2010 was built off of old-school Ford parts using an “Integrated Body Frame” resulting in a sizable SUV on par with the weight of a heavy-duty pickup truck, but with excellent off-roading capabilities.