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Land Rover Discovery Sport
The Top Gear car review:Land Rover Discovery Sport
On the inside
Layout, finish and space
It’s lovely inside, the Disco Sport – smart, airy and less ostentatious than the Evoque, plus it feels commendably well screwed together. Our car did have occasional sat nav glitches, and the touch screen infotainment system isn’t a patch on the latest Audi/BMW arrangements.
Focus instead on people and luggage carrying ability. Those rearmost seats aren’t that capacious, but the middle row slides over a long 160mm range, which makes the rear row tolerable – or alternatively gives those in the centre row huge leg space. Fold those back seats down and you’ve got between 480 and 689 litres of boot space. All told it’s a far more attractive, practical package than the old Freelander.