The Land Rover Discovery Sport smashed onto the scene with plenty of fanfare. Sure, some Land Rover enthusiasts see it as a slight to the off-road past of the iconic brand, but it serves the purpose of giving the brand a volume SUV that allows it to continue building the plusher and more off-road-ready models moving forward. The only item we’ve been waiting for before crowing the Disco Sport’s release a smashing success was its pricing, and that is now available as Land Rover has revealed the full 2015 Discovery Sport online configurator.
The Land Rover Discovery Sport starts off in the SE trim level, which comes standard with a nice list of features, like a nine-speed automatic transmission, Terrain Response, Trailer Stability Assist, partial leather seats, a 10-speaker audio system, two-zone climate control, an eight-inch color infotainment touchscreen, and more. Moving into the HSE trim tosses in features like xenon headlights with LED signatures, 19-inch wheels, front and rear fog lights, a panoramic glass roof, grained leather seating with 10-way power adjustable front seats, and a power tailgate. The range-topping HSE Luxury pushes things even further with Windsor leather seating, configurable mood lighting, lighted tread plates, an 11-speaker audio system with SiriusXM, and a navigation system.
Even with all of those premium features, the Discovery Sport will remain the second-cheapest vehicle in the automaker’s lineup. The SE model will start off at just $37,070, the HSE will base at $41,570, and the HSE Luxury will check in at $45,570.
On top of the base features, there are is a handful of options to customize your Disco Sport as you see fit. On the SE model, the Vision Assist Package with adaptive xenon headlights and front fog lights runs $900; a 19-inch black-wheel package runs $700, and you can also add in a black-contrasting roof for another $200; a climate Comfort Package that adds in heated seats, steering wheel and windshield for $1,300; a Row 3 Seating Package the gives the Disco Sport room for seven for $1,750; and a convenience Package that adds the power tailgate, passive entry, HomeLink and auto-dimming interior mirror for $950. In the HSE and HSE Luxury models the options include the Vision Assist Package that includes blind-spot monitoring with reverse-traffic detection, adaptive xenon headlights with LED signatures, a surround camera system and auto high-beam assist for $1,900; various 19- and 20-inch wheel packages that run from $900 to $1,500; the aforementioned Climate Comfort and Row 3 Seating Packages; an Audio Upgrade to an 11-speaker audio system with SiriusXM (HSE onlly) for $800; and a Driver Assist Plus Package with auto emergency braking, lane-departure warning, traffic-sign recognition and navigation for $1,295 (HSE) or $800 (HSE Luxury, less navigation).
Over time, I am certain Land Rover will add more packages and customization options, so stay tuned for more details on this model.