Jaguar Land Rover India, owned by Tata Motors, has
launched the 2.0 litre petrol derivative
of the Land Rover Discovery Sport in India at Rs 56.50 lakh, ex-showroom, Delhi. Available in
HSE Trim, the new derivative is powered by a 2.0L petrol engine that delivers a
power output of 237bhp approx. This is in addition to the 2.2L TD4 and SD4
diesel derivatives already on sale in India since September 2015.
Introduced with a 5+2 seating
option, new Discovery Sport offers an array of features that includes Land
Rover’s trade mark “All Terrain Capability”, Hill Descent Control (HDC), Roll
Stability Control (RSC), Electronic Traction Control (ETC), Dynamic Stability
Control (DCS), Command Driving position, Adaptive Xenon Headlamps, Panoramic
Sunroof, multiple USB charging points etc. It also features a Park Assist
feature, which helps in parallel parking and Park Exit & Perpendicular Park
which are hugely popular with many Discovery Sport customers.
The Land Rover range in India
includes the flagship Range Rover (starting at Rs 211.5 lakh in CBU form),
Range Rover Sport (starting at Rs 118.3 lakh in CBU form), New Discovery Sport
(starting at Rs 47.6 lakh) and Model Year 16 New Range Rover Evoque (starting
at Rs 48.60 lakh). All prices mentioned are ex-Delhi.
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