Both the 2018 Land Rover Discovery and 2018 Land Rover Discovery Sport are impressive SUVs that bring style and innovation to the roads. However, while each one of these models boasts impressive technology features that ensure you have the best entertainment while driving through town, there are differences between the two when it comes to power, cargo space, and more. Land Rover Monmouth has broken out the differences, so you can decide which model makes sense for your specific needs and contact us for a test drive. Don’t forget to check out our used Land Rover Discovery inventory before you stop in!
The 2023 Land Rover Discovery towing capacity comes in at 4,409 pounds, and that means drivers who choose this vehicle will have enough power to pull a pop-up/teardrop camper, a small boat, or a lightweight trailer with adventuring gear or building supplies. Ready to get a closer look at the performance specs that will…
The Land Rover Defender seating capacity expands with the introduction of the new 130 model. With seating for up to eight and a much larger cargo area, it’s bound to be a hit with adventurous families. Learn More About Land Rover SUVsContact Us Although the Defender 130 sits on the same 118.9-inch…
You don’t have to give up on luxury to bump up your hauling power. The 2022 Range Rover Velar can tow up to 5,511 pounds, putting Rumson drivers in control. Learn more about how the versatile SUV is making life easier for Colts Neck auto enthusiasts and beyond, and find one for yourself at Land Rover Monmouth. New Range…