If you're someone who rolls with the punches and stops at almost nothing to achieve your goals, then you probably want a car that does the same during your drives around Cleveland, Parma, and Garfield Heights-and that's where the 2018 Land Rover Discovery Sport comes in.

With strength under the hood, impressive handling technology, and helpful driver-assist features, this is a sturdy SUV that'll get you where you need to go. Check out this 2018 Discovery Sport car review from Land Rover Westside to learn more.

Land Rover Discovery Sport Engine Specs

The Discovery Sport comes with a choice between two 2.0L Ingenium engines, each with the ability to tow up to 4,409 pounds when properly equipped. The first engine generates 237 horsepower and 251 lb-ft of torque. The second engine generates 286 horsepower and 295 lb-ft of torque.

They're both paired with a lightweight 9-speed automatic transmission that delivers improved shift quality and responsiveness, plus a higher top gear that reduces fuel consumption.

Standard ECO mode further improves fuel economy by prioritizing the most efficient vehicle settings when activated. It also provides driver feedback via the 8-inch touchscreen to help them adopt a more fuel-efficient driving technique.

Advanced Handling Capabilities

All trims of the 2018 Discovery Sport come standard with two advanced handling technologies: Terrain Response® and All Terrain Progress Control (ATPC) that make for a successful driving experience in any conditions.

Terrain Response® adapts to your vehicle's engine, transmission, differentials, and chassis systems to optimize drivability and traction. It includes four standard settings that allow you to customize your driving experience based on your conditions. These settings are:

  • General Driving
  • Grass/Gravel/Snow
  • Mud & Ruts
  • Sand

There's also an optional fifth option called Adaptive Dynamics, which tunes your suspension to deliver tighter body control, flatter handling, and sharper responses.

When the roads are truly treacherous, you'll also have All Terrain Progress Control (ATPC) on your side. This system acts as a kind of low-speed cruise control. You set a desired speed between 1 and 18 MPH, then focus your attention on steering and navigation while your Discovery Sport works to maintain traction and speed.

2018 Discovery Sport Driver-Assist Technology

The Land Rover Discovery Sport comes with several driver-assist features that can add an extra level of safety during our drives around town. The available Head-Up Display, for example, projects important information-such as navigation, speed limits, miles to empty, and more-on the lower portion of the windshield. With this feature, drivers can access need-to-know info without taking their eyes even so much as an inch from the road in front of them.

A Driver Condition Monitor is also available, which monitors for possible drowsy driving. If it senses that you may benefit from taking a break, the system will issue an alert. This is part of available Lane Keep Assist, which uses radars to locate road markings and sends a warning if you unintentionally veer from your intended path of travel.

Test Drive the Land Rover Discovery Sport

If the Land Rover Discovery Sport sounds like it might have what it takes to get you around the Cleveland, Parma, and Garfield Heights areas, contact Land Rover Westside, and we'll get you into the driver's seat and out for a drive.

We can also answer any questions you may have about our Discovery Sport car review at that time, so contact us today!

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