The 2015 Land Rover Discovery Sport shows a new direction for the entry-level member of the offroad brand's lineup. Eventually replacing the LR2, the crossover wears styling more akin to its big brothers. Offered in either five- or seven-seat configurations, all three trims of the Disco Sport are powered by a 2.0-liter turbocharged four-cylinder with 240 horsepower and linked to a nine-speed automatic that turns all four wheels. Now, you have a chance to build your own with Land Rover's recently launched configurator.

Land Rover appears to have adjusted pricing somewhat since the debut. Originally, the Discovery Sport was set to start at $37,995 with an additional $925 for destination. However, the configurator lists the base SE trim at $37,070, plus the $925 on all models. Bumping up to the HSE costs $41,570 and adds features like Xenon headlights, a panoramic roof, front and rear fog lights, leather seats and a power hatch. Finally, the HSE Luxury starts at $45,570, and buyers get Windsor leather seats, illuminated tread plates, an 11-speaker stereo and navigation.

Features like blind spot monitoring, cooled seats and parking assist can be added through options. Also, the third row to haul seven people costs $1,750, regardless of trim. Head over the Land Rover's configurator and find out what your perfect Disco Sport would cost.

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