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In an automotive landscape where Faux by fours are becoming the default choice for "Anabolika Definition" people who have no intention of venturing off road but fancy the look and practically that goes with generic design, it's good to know Land Rover is still making the real deal. It's called the Discovery 4 and, in recent times, Land Rover has gone even further towards making an already peerless all round package more luxurious, powerful and economical. Arguably the most finely judged model of all is the Discovery, the perfectly pitched 4x4 for families wanting a vehicle that can go all the way from muddy bog to Mayfair mews but without the final few layers of pampering luxury and posh polish afforded to the Range Rover. Here, we look at the entry level GS variant.

When the fourth generation Discovery was launched in 2004, it very nearly fulfilled the brief to the letter. The Discovery 3's 2.7 litre turbodiesel engine, although smooth and refined, struggled with the Discovery's two tonne plus bulk with the upshot Comprar Gh Jintropin that while it wasn't very quick on road, it was very thirsty. But from the driver's seat, it's the enhanced feeling of effortless, on demand thrust that impresses most, aided in no small way by the peachy smooth shifts and quick responses of the ZF auto. It's all backed up by some impressive stats. Land Rover claims shift times of just 200 milliseconds and that the latest 3.0 litre diesel delivers 500Nm of torque in just 500 milliseconds from idle, making 95 percent of 4-chlorodehydromethyltestosteron the engine's maximum torque available almost instantly. It certainly steps off the mark with the verve of a car half its weight. And if you're really feeling in a 'move along' mood, there are steering wheel mounted paddle shifters to complement the Jag style 'Drive Select' rotary gear selector.

And Turinabol Ciccone the idea that 'proper' 4x4s don't handle on road? The latest Discovery emphatically puts that one to bed. The precision with which the big Land Rover steers is surprising enough but it's the way the suspension system quells body roll through faster bends that sets it apart and seems to obviate the inherent disadvantages of weight and a high centre of gravity. Add in superb refinement and strong brakes and you have a vehicle that gives away little to a more orthodox luxury saloon.

Off road, the Discovery is more formidable than ever. Enhancements to Land Rover's patented Terrain Response system (imagine having an off roading expert sitting alongside you operating a set of dual controls) add a launch control function designed for deep sand as well as improvements to the Hill Descent Control and the Rock Crawl mode to ensure tricky manoeuvres are made that bit easier, giving you more time to admire the scenery. Simply brilliant.

Design and Build

The Discovery's imposing, square cut form and external decor remain unchanged for the time being but inside the latest car, redesigned steering column stalks with chrome bezels provide clearer symbols and the new pebble like design of the smart key is nicely tactile and easier to carry. You certainly couldn't accuse the base level GS spec of foolhardy generosity (leather upholstery is a option) but, if you've got the plastic out already, the cosmetic delights of Gloss Black 20 inch 5 split spoke wheels and extended Satin Black roof rails are further options that might be hard to resist. GS spec means no touchscreen control for the audio system and satnav, either.

But the GS does retain the more expensive models' third row of seats, giving it the capacity to carry seven adults. And if those right in the back might find legroom a little tight, at least their heads won't be brushing the roof lining. The Discovery's almost van like silhouette means the generous headroom extends right to the back. Luggage capacity verges on the gargantuan: there's 1192 litres with all three rows of seats in place. With the second and third rows folded down to leave a flat floor, the volume swells 2558 litres without the need to remove the headrests. In true Range Rover style, the tailgate is split so you can use it as a picnic seat or a viewing platform.

Market and Model

List prices suggest that you'll be paying a little under for your Discovery 4 GS which is a tempting carrot to dangle in front of buyers who might also be considering a smaller Audi Q5 3.0 TDI SE or BMW X3 xDrive 30d SE at roughly the same price. As already mentioned, it isn't exactly dripping with luxury baubles but it does come with a very decent eight speaker stereo, a fully functioned navigation system and there's Bluetooth, DAB, USB and iPod compatibility as well. A 17 speaker Harmon Kardon sound system is offered as an option, as is a 'Say What You See' voice activation system that operates the multimedia controls.

The front headlights have a High Beam Assist function that gives full beam when light levels are low and goes to dip when it detects the lights of oncoming vehicles. An option we'd seriously consider is the Surround Camera System consisting of five cameras that give a near 360 degree view around the vehicle on the central display screen. This is designed to help with tricky parking manoeuvres, sticky off road situations or when hitching up a trailer.

Cost of Ownership

Can the latest Discovery 4 compete with Audi and BMW on economy and emissions? No. But it's no longer the disaster the old 2.7 litre Discovery "Anadrol 50" 3 was. Despite this revised model's engine's extra power, you can expect 32.1mpg on the combined cycle (recently improved from 30.4mpg) and 230g/km of CO2 (14g/km better than the original version of this car). And of course, that's hugely better that the figures achieved by the 2.7 litre diesel in the old Discovery3 which was some 40g/km dirtier.

True, economy takes a hammering off road, but Land Rover has thought of that, too, with an Intelligent Power System that recharges the battery only when it's most efficient to do so, an energy saving air conditioning pump and numerous aerodynamic modifications. But it is, by a fairly sizeable margin, Sustanon 250 Para Q Sirve the most affordable and, therefore, in a position to lure customers into the Land Rover fold who might, ostensibly, have been shopping for a smaller, less capable (off road) Audi or BMW. But even if you discount the Discovery's magical ways with mud, it still makes an extremely convincing luxury 4x4 for on road duties. It's swift, comfortable, refined and handles like a dream considering its size.

Truth is, if you're willing to forsake a few frills, the most affordable Discovery really does take you to another level that can only be bettered, in some respects, by the Range Rover. As such it's something of a bargain.

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