Discovery prices rise by up to 675 pounds

25 October 2006
Les Potts

Land Rover has pushed up prices on the Discovery range, but fitted extra equipment to some models and included all cars on a carbon dioxide off-set programme.

Entry-level TDV6 five-seaters are now priced from £27,215, a small increase of £175. As well as a carbon dioxide off-set for 45,000 miles, it now comes with a one-touch passenger electric window.

All models now have the option of a £999 Land Rover Watch tracking system, which includes a year's subscription to track stolen vehicles across Europe.

The cheapest seven-seater, the TDV6 GS, is up by £675 to £29,715, but also includes rear parking sensors as standard for the first time.

New XS versions of the diesel replace S models and at £32,715 for the diesel and £38,690 for the petrol, they are £650 to £675 more expensive.

SE cars are £175 more expensive at £37,215, and now allow the standard sat-nav system to be programmed with a destination while the car is on the move. We'd recommend passengers are left to do the distracting work of selecting a new destination.

Top-of-the-range HSE models also increase by £175 and now cost £43,715 for the diesel and £48,720 for the V8 petrol.

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