National Geographic : 1995 Jul
It's the Four Wheeler of the Year. (In some places, it's the only vehicle of the year.) The Discovery from Land Rover has made it to yet another incredibly hard-to-reach place. First place. After Four Wheeler magazine tested it both on and off road, along with a number of other top new sport utility vehicles, the Discovery won the illus trious title of Four Wheeler of the Year. It was also selected by Automobile Magazine as the All-Star Sport Utility. And it even appeared in PopularScience as the Best of What's New. Of course, such praise isn't too surprising for a 4x4 with all-terrain ABS, permanent four-wheel drive, standard dual airbags, and an astounding ability to handle the farthest-flung corners of the planet. Not to mention six children. Why not call 1-800-FINE 4WD for the nearest dealer? Despite all the fame and recognition, the Discovery is still most reasonably priced at $29,950.* As the acclaim it's been getting shows, it's undoubtedly ahead of the competition. And not just in places where there isn't any. DISCOVERY$25O* Always use your seatbelts. SRS/airbags alone do not provide sufficient protection.