Land Rover started the current SUV craze. Back in 1989, it launched a model that was more road-oriented than the Sherpa-like Defender, and more affordable than the old-money Range Rover. The Discovery was born and the world was stopped in its muddy tracks.
Typically, Land Rover then rested on its laurels. Since that original, there's only been one genuinely all-new Discovery, the 3, launched in 2004; the Discovery 2 and 4 were just upgrades of what came before. So, for some time now, the D
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