Even if it is Britain by way of America and Ford nowadays, getting into the Discovery replacement isn't going to be an undear affair. Two trim levels will be available for the mid-sized SUV: the SE, which starts at $44,995, and the HSE, bumping the number up to a fiver short of $50K. The HSE adds a navigation system, memory seats and a more booming sound system, which seems like a little bit of stuff for a lot of cash. Both models use a 4.4 liter V8 developing 300-hp, a six-speed slushbox, an air suspension, and a four-wheel drive system that you will never be able to use to its full potential, anywhere, ever.
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