The Land Rover Discovery Sport is no stranger to Australians, having gone on sale here in 2015. The Mercedes-Benz GLB, however, is much newer having gone on sale in 2020. Both occupy the medium-SUV class, and both fall into the ‘prestige’ sub-segment of the category. So, which is the better of these two flexible family freighters?
Land Rover claim this Defender is its most capable off-roader to date, we test their claim with the challenging Mt Walker hill climb.
After 3 months of testing we say goodbye to the British brands mid-size luxury SUV.
Land Rover is a brand that sells itself on adventure. I don't believe that can be contested. From its depictions in media and communications through to every interactive touch point, be it online or in physical manifestations, this seems to be the case.
The time has come: CarAdvice has been granted special permission to drive the all-new 2020 Land Rover Defender. It’s not just a quick fang around a manicured block, either. We’re sliding into the next generation of this iconic nameplate in the wild, northern reaches of Namibia.
Let’s all kindly welcome the latest long-termer into the CarAdvice fleet – a Land Rover Discovery Sport R-Dynamic SE P250.
Join CarAdvice as we travel through the north of Namibia on an epic 4x4 adventure.
This is no ordinary midlife update. The 2020 Land Rover Discovery Sport is a super-competent seven-seater in a hotly contested luxury medium-SUV segment. It’s technically an update to the model that came out in 2015, one which this Alborz Fallah actually bought and owned for some time.
Some days, we thought we'd never see another Defender. It was all taking too long, and hope was thin on the ground. Now, eight years since it unveiled the DC100 concept, Land Rover has finally come through with a new-generation Defender. What do you think? CarAdvice is at the Frankfurt Motor Show, watch Alborz Fallah walk you through the new-gen model...
If you want something a little more adept off-road than your typical road-biased SUV, one of these two might fit the bill. Maybe you want to do some off-road adventuring, but you don’t want to throw the baby out with the bathwater. And maybe you’re more realistic about what you’re actually going to do, rather than what you’re aspiring to do...
Is a four-cylinder engine a big enough heart for Land Rover's do-anything SUV, the Discovery? Paul Maric finds out...