Land Rover Discovery Sport Petrol Variant Launched In India At Rs 56.50 Lakh - Overdrive
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Land Rover Discovery Sport petrol variant launched in India at Rs 56.50 lakh

20 Jun 2016 / 0

Land Rover has launched the petrol variant of its Discovery Sport SUV in India. With prices starting at Rs 56.50 lakh (ex-showroom Delhi), the petrol variant will be available only in the HSE trim. The 2.0-litre petrol derivative will be sold in addition to the 2.2-litre TD4 and SD4 diesel engines already on sale in the Indian market since September 2015.

Land Rover Discovery Sport Petrol (1)

The 4-cylinder 1,999cc petrol engine will produce 240PS along with 340Nm of torque at 1,750rpm. It will be mated to a nine-speed automatic transmission. Apart from the new engine offering, the petrol Discovery Sport remains the same as its diesel sibling. The SUV in its HSE trim will possess Land Rover’s trademark ‘All Terrain Capability’ along with other features like hill descent control, electronic traction control, adaptive Xenon headlamps and panoramic sunroof. The petrol variant will be sold alongside its diesel cousins at all 23 authorised retail outlets.

Land Rover Discovery Sport Petrol (2)

The 2016 Discovery Sport has been the first member in the manufacturer’s new Discovery line-up. The diesel trim is available in four variants with prices ranging from Rs 46.10 lakh (ex-Mumbai) to Rs 62.18 lakh(ex-Mumbai).

As per recent reports, the manufacturer is already looking to roll out the 2017 version of the Discovery Sport. The update will introduce new technological additions and minor exterior cosmetic changes while the mechanical specifications are expected to remain the same.



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