2021 Land Rover Discovery isn't afraid of some dirt
It may seem pretty fancy on the inside, but the Disco is more capable off-road than most other SUVs in its segment.
Why wait until a midcycle refresh to address a car's less desirable parts?
With new powertrains and new tech on offer, the 2021 Discovery makes a more compelling case for itself with its blend of luxury and capability.
The 2021 Land Rover Discovery R-Dynamic S is priced at $63,250 (including destination) to start, which isn't bad for everything that comes standard.
If you want to keep the price as low as possible, a base Discovery will set you back $55,250.
If you would rather place a high priority on luxury and on-road demeanor, the Audi Q7, Genesis GV80 and Mercedes-Benz GLE-Class lean more in that direction, all of which are also available with a third row.
The Audi Q8 and Porsche Cayenne are two-row affairs but they're decidedly more exciting to drive, although they do carry a slight cost premium.
There's also a call coming from inside the house.
The Land Rover Defender looks cooler and is more capable off-road, but its less expensive variants don't feel as nice as the Disco.
That puts the 2021 Land Rover Discovery in a nice little sweet spot, riding the line between being a posh mall-crawler and a potent rock-crawler, and a host of updates for 2021 make this three-row SUV even more compelling.
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