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2016 Discovery Sport Long Term Review

CarMagazine.co.uk has posted an article about their review after long-term testing the Discovery Sport.
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Despite resembling a shrunken Range Rover Sport, the Discovery Sport doesn’t ooze status and performance but deeply unpretentious practicality.
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First impressions? The primary ride is silky and loping, but when the surface gets choppy, occupants certainly feel it. The body is nicely controlled, with measured roll in corners. And the steering, though about as chatty as Kimi Räikkönen, is consistent, composed and encourages you to make the most of the plentiful front-end grip. Dynamically, I’m already taking the Disco for granted; time will tell if that applies to the rest of the package too.
Full article posted here : Land Rover Discovery Sport (2016) long-term test review by CAR Magazine


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