It's 2017 Discovery Sport HSE, aintree green exterior, almond/ebony interior. Packages include Climate Comfort, Driver Assist Plus, Vision Assist, 3rd row, plus a few other minor things. I didn't have enough patience to do a custom order, so just went to the Land Rover website and searched for available cars in stock. All-in-all, I've got pretty close to what I wanted for a reasonable price. I even didn't have to travel far since the car turned out to be available from Jaguar Land Rover San Jose! They were very friendly and professional, no problems whatsoever.
It's hard to compare it to my old Subaru. I'm still getting used to it, tweaking settings and trying different things. The car is noticeably bigger, more then I expected. But, I guess, this is a common trend. Newer Foresters are also bigger than my old 2010 model. Driving-wise, it's very different. While engines are quite similar (224 hp vs. 240 hp, both turbo), 4-speed transmission in Forester vs. 9-speed in DS makes a huge difference. Gas mileage should be also better, though I didn't drive the new car long enough to test this.