The compact Discovery Sport is based on the Evoque, with seating for five or, with its tiny optional third-row, seven.
It uses a 240-hp, 2.0-liter turbo four-cylinder mated to a nine-speed automatic.
Power delivery is uneven, either too little or too much, and the transmission is neither smooth nor responsive.
The ride is stiff-legged.
Available safety features include lane-departure, blind-spot warning, and emergency autonomous braking systems.
A surround-view 360-degree camera system is offered, too.
Land Rover's Terrain Response system provides some off-road capability.