- 5 doors
- 5 seats
- Petrol, diesel or petrol plug-in hybrid
"Fancy your Range Rover with a little more Sport? Well then, you’ve come to the right place. The Range Rover Sport sets out to deliver environs almost as opulent as its full-fat stablemate’s, but with a touch of extra athleticism thrown in. It goes head-to-head with the BMW X5, Porsche Cayenne and Audi Q7."
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Running costs for a Land Rover Range Rover Sport
It’ll come as no surprise whatsoever that you won’t be able to run a Range Rover Sport on a shoestring, but when compared against rivals it’s actually not bad value. There are several versions to choose from, at prices that range from around £65,000 to over £100,000, but broadly it competes against cars like the Porsche Cayenne and BMW X5. While the Land Rover can be slightly pricey in comparison, we’d expect the Range Rover Sport to cost similar amounts to run as those rivals, as while the Porsche will likely hold its value better, it’ll be much more to service, maintain and repair, while the X5 is unlikely to fetch as much as the Range Rover Sport when you come to sell it on.
Revised Range Rover Sport includes plug-in hybrid model
As well as the introduction of the 100mpg hybrid, the changes include the addition of more technology, a new look and a new high-performance SVR model at the top of the range.
New 2017 Range Rover Sport
New engines, better performance off-road and an improved infotainment system are the big changes for the revised range, which goes on sale this winter.
Range Rover Sport SVR first UK review
The power struggle in the large SUV segment seems to have no limit – but is a 5.0-litre V8 leviathan from SVR really a viable option in the UK? We find out.
Land Rover Range Rover Sport SUV (2017 - ) review
The Range Rover Sport purports to take the opulence of the Range Rover and mix it with a dash of sportiness. Find out whether it succeeds with our expert review