For some reasons, Land Rover love producing vehicles with odd proportions. For an example look at the LR4, its top looks heavier than a concrete parasol and it became the lead sled of the industry as it went into production, though the Evoque appeared to have its skirt hiked over mud boots.
Another of LR’s oddity is the Discovery Sport, which appear compact on photos, but when you see it in real time, you will be shocked to find how small it is actual. It looks as if it standing away from you all the time. The length of 180.7 inches makes it longer than the Evoque by nine inches, but the Sport is still about two inches shorter than its rivals, BMW X3, and Audi Q5.
It feels smaller when you are seated but in a nice way. Of course space is sufficient, and the smallness of the car also makes it easy to know the corners. Visibility all round is great as you perch a little high. It is also spacious for the back passengers, and six-footers have ample space to rest their feet. Visibility for the backbenchers too is better than the Evoque. If you compare it with the Époque, it is a real car where as the former is a fashion statement with turbocharging. In the Discovery Sport, a third-row seating has been offered by LR though the test car did not come with it.
We actually did not want the third row as they tend to be smaller and congested even not suitable for children sometimes. But the high point is that no other ute with this size has this facility, and your whole aim is to impress the local citizens then we would like to tell you that this third row is an optional offer worth $1750, which also include USB port and HVAC vents.