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New Land Rover Discovery achieves class-leading residuals

New Land Rover Discovery

The all-new Discovery is set to deliver class-leading residual values of 59% over three years or 36,000 miles, according to CAP.

For fleet and business customers the strong residual values reduce the whole-life cost of a new Discovery which benefits from a new 2.0-litre Ingenium diesel engine with a 21,000 miles or two-year service interval.

It also manages to achieve 43.5mpg with CO2 emissions of 171g/km making it the most efficient Discovery ever.

Jeremy Hicks, Jaguar Land Rover's UK managing director, said: “High residuals and reduced running costs mean that Discovery customers can enjoy all the improved benefits over the outgoing Discovery and its peers for less.

“It is Land Rover’s most versatile and capable vehicle to date. It’s a do anything, anywhere vehicle that will appeal to new and existing customers. We have seen a fantastic response with over 6000 people registering on our website in just two weeks to find out more as we launch in the UK.”

Following its global reveal last month, the Discovery will go on sale next spring with prices starting from £43,495.  


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  • Mr.Bean - 19/10/2016 08:57

    Having looked at the pricing and specs, I wonder who will be getting the 2.0d engine. CO2's and economy isn't miles away from the 3.0d. In the retail and used market no one will touch the 2.0d. These could be false economy in the long term.

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