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You can find 161 different trims/engines for the Land Rover Discovery Sport and their corresponding recommended towing capacity.

The years available stretch from 2015 through to 2022 and to view the towing capacity you just click to expand.

The Discovery Sport is a compact luxury crossover SUV built by Jaguar Land Rover since the year of 2014.

Since 2017, the Discovery Sport has been the best-selling model in the Land Rover lineup.

Replacing the Freelander, the Discovery Sport offers an additional 2 seats in comparison; the decision was made to withdraw the Freelander due to an undeniable reputation for unreliability.

Originally unveiled at the New York International Auto Show, the first generation was designed by Gerry McGovern OBE and shares several similarities with the larger ‘Discovery.’

The Discovery Sport has a steel monocoque configuration with a bonnet, roof, wings and tailgate all made from aluminum.

In some markets, there is an airbag fitted inside the bonnet to allow for greater pedestrian safety.

The Discovery Sport was the first Land Rover to feature a unibody rather than a body-on-frame. It shared the platform with the Evoque and was derived from the Ford EUCD platform. The options available were either a 9-speed automatic gearbox or a 6-speed manual gearbox (same as the Evoque). They were manufactured at the Jaguar Land Rover Halewood Body and Assembly plant in Halewood, Liverpool, UK.

Available with 7 seats as optional, the configuration was two, three, two, with the very rear seats intended only for occasional use (for children up to the age of 15). These occasional seats could be folded flat into the floor to allow for greater cargo space when not in use.

The second generation was brought out in 2019 and was based on the new Jaguar Land Rover Premium Transverse Architecture Platform along with the Jaguar E-Pace. The Discovery Sport extended sales into Mexico in 2019 and to date, there have been 413,642 worldwide sales.