The five-seat TD V6 does without the Terrain Response settings for different conditions and air suspension system offered on all other models.
It uses a 190bhp 2.7-litre V6 common rail turbodiesel, producing 325lb-ft of torque and comes with a six-speed manual transmission as standard.
The entry-level seven-seat Discovery 3 has the same engine plus air suspension and Terrain Response and is priced at £28,995 on-the-road.
The S model upgrades the 17-inch alloy wheels to 18 inches, and adds cruise control, automatic climate control, park distance control and bi-xenon headlights for £31,995 OTR.
SE variants also offer touch-screen navigation, leather, automatic headlights and rain sensors for £36,995 OTR.
The TD V6 HSE has 19-inch alloy wheels, a premium navigation system, moon roof, Harmon/Kardon LOGIC7 sound system and a six-speed automatic transmission as standard for £41,995 OTR. V8 models, producing 295bhp, start with the S model, have auto as standard and is priced at £37,995 OTR, rising to £42,995 OTR for the SE and £46,995 OTR for the HSE.