Gaydon, Warwickshire, 19 September 2008
The Land Rover Discovery 3, one of the most decorated 4x4s ever, scooped yet another accolade today, having been voted the Best Used 4x4 by What Car? Magazine.
The award takes into account the price, performance, availability, desirability and reliability for the sector for which, the Discovery 3 came out on top, beating the two runners-up, the Nissan X-Trail and Kia Sorento.
"The Discovery's credentials are impeccable. Designed and built by the most famous 4x4 company in the world it's extremely capable in the rough, yet extremely comfortable on the road," said Matt Sanger, used car editor, What Car?.
"This award is yet another great achievement for the Discovery which continues to prove its versatility and widespread appeal if you are in the market for a used 4x4," added John Edwards, managing director, Land Rover UK.
The seven-seat Discovery 3 SE, 2.7 litre diesel, 05/55 plate is available from £19,765 on the road and comes with a generous package including active four-corner Air suspension, satellite navigation, cruise control, Land Rover's acclaimed Terrain Response™ system and park distance control.
Land Rover runs an Approved Used Car Scheme which ensures the best possible condition and most rigorous checks of its used vehicles.
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Land Rover is pleased to announce it is to continue its Global Humanitarian Partnership with the International Federation of Red Cross and Red Crescent Societies.
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