Discovery Sport

The Discovery Sport is the car that can do it all thanks to a robust and family-friendly interior, plenty of boot space and a clever four-wheel-drive system that’ll ensure the adventure never stops.

The Discovery Sport channels the spirit of some of JLR’s larger SUV models and distils it into a car that’s superb for the everyday. Robust and featuring the latest technology on offer, the Discover Sport is the kind of car you can rely on while plug-in hybrid offerings make it even more efficient than before. 

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The Discovery Sport is the most compact car in the Discovery range, but it’s still able to offer plenty of space while petrol and diesel versions have the option of five- and seven-seater configurations. 


The Discovery Sport has some of JLR’s latest technology, including its clever ‘Pivi Pro’ infotainment system which uses a smart 11.4-inch curved display.


You’ll get some of the cleanest air possible in the Discovery Sport thanks to a complex air quality system that helps to filter out nearly all exterior impurities.

Discovery Sport range

Discovery Sport S

From £43,445

  • DuoLeather seats

  • 12-way driver electric memory front seats

  • Digital Driver Display

  • Wireless device charging

Discovery Sport Dynamic SE

From £46,965

  • 19" Style 5136, Gloss Dark Grey wheels

  • Powered tailgate / boot lid

  • Fixed panoramic roof

  • Keyless Entry

Discovery Sport Dynamic HSE

From £53,515

  • 20" Style 5076, Diamond Turned wheels

  • Heated and cooled front seats

  • Manual slide and recline second row seats

  • Matrix LED headlights with signature DRL

Discovery Sport Plug-In Hybrid

From £50,150

  • DuoLeather seats

  • Privacy glass

  • Ebony Morzine headlining

  • Meridian™ Sound System

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The Discovery Sport is a car that’ll do it all. As a spacious family car it excels, but it’s also equipped with some of the latest technology to make each day feel special. Add in the ultra-low running costs that come with hybrid engines and you have a very attractive recipe.

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The Discovery Sport’s design has always focused around usability. As an SUV, it’s got the high ride height that you’d expect and this gives a great view of the road ahead. With decent wheel travel and JLR’s clever off-road systems working hard underneath, the Discovery Sport is still a car that can cut it with the best of them, when conditions are less favourable. 

Recent changes have meant that the Discovery Sport is more electrified than ever as well. Regardless of which engine choice you opt for there’s some form of electric assistance included, be that mild- or plug-in hybrid. It all helps to make the Discovery Sport not only more responsive to drive, but more efficient.

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The Discovery Sport’s design has evolved over time to become a more premium-looking model. A recent update has made it more noticeable than ever, adding in body-coloured lower sills on Sport S-specification cars, as well as silver skid plates for that go-anywhere aesthetic. 

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You’ll find a sportier approach taken on Dynamic models, as they feature a contrast roof and plenty of gloss black accents in areas such as the grille, lower body sills and lower bumpers. There are many alloy wheel options to choose from, with highlights being the 19-inch diamond-turn versions which look particularly stylish. 


If you’re after plenty of technology then you’ve come to the right place. The latest Discovery Sport possesses numerous features designed to make everyday life a little easier. It’s one of the latest JLR cars to benefit from the Pivi Pro infotainment system which is accessed via a smart 11.4-inch curved glass touchscreen. It’s here that you’ll access all of your must-have functions and it’s been made even simpler with permanently accessible sidebars that give quick access to those commonly used features such as media and navigation. 

Plus, the Discovery Sport comes with Amazon Alexa voice control and wireless Apple CarPlay and Android Auto. Amazon’s Alexa system makes it easy to access a wealth of in-car features simply via voice command, from changing a radio station to adding a new navigation destination. 

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Engines & Performance

The Discovery Sport is available with the kind of strong and refined engines that you’d expect from a premium SUV. When it comes to petrol options, you’ve got the P250 which uses JLR’s latest Ingenium system for the best possible performance and efficiency. It also incorporates mild-hybrid technology, which helps it to achieve up to 30.7mpg combined and CO2 emissions of 209g/km. In terms of acceleration, it can hit 0-60mph in 7.3 seconds. 

If you’d rather have a diesel, then there’s the efficient D200 to take care of things. A 2.0-litre four-cylinder, it too has mild-hybrid technology and this helps it to deliver up to 42.7mpg combined and impressively low CO2 emissions of just 173g/km. It’s also able to tow up to 2,500kg. 

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Plug-in Hybrid

Of course, things wouldn’t be complete without a plug-in hybrid. The P300e combines a three-cylinder 1.5-litre turbocharged petrol engine with an electric motor and battery for rock-bottom CO2 emissions of just 34g/km and fuel economy of up to 183mpg when the batteries are fully charged. 

And speaking of batteries, keep them fully topped up and you’ll be able to drive the P300e for up to 37 miles on electric-only power. For around-town driving, it’s hard to beat. 

The P300e brings incredible performance, as fully charged, the P300e will go from 0 to 60mph in just 6.2 seconds - making it the quickest Discovery Sport available - while it’ll manage a top speed of 130mph.

In terms of charge times, it’ll take just over two hours to fully top up this hybrid’s batteries via a 7kW home charger, or 30 minutes if you’re using a more powerful 50kW charger.


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