Edmunds.com describes the 2018 Discovery Sport as having “above-average off-road and all-weather capabilities.” With 23.6 inches wading depth, there are a lot of possibilities around Englewood in the Discovery Sport. Tested on about 5,281 miles of off-road landscape it is better-equipped than the Acura MDX to handle rough terrain with:
At the end of the day, these models are Sport Utility Vehicles, so you’ll want to choose one that’s adaptable to any adventure, busy Saddle River thoroughfare, or National Forest can throw at it. Compare the categories below to see which SUV gets the job done.
Max. Towing Capacity
Parking Assistance Technology
If functionality and off-roading are important to you, the Discovery Sport is the clear choice. Explore our selection of new and used inventory, or learn about the differences between the Land Rover Discovery and the Discovery Sport. Then contact us to schedule a test drive at Land Rover Paramus near Ridgewood today! You can also compare the Land Rover Discovery Sport vs. BMW X5 to explore more options!