For The Range Rover Sport is a quiet cruiser with a classy cabin and a comfortable ride. It’s also more practical than most premium SUVs.
Against It’s expensive to buy, while the driving experience doesn’t live up to the ‘Sport’ tag unless you go for a car with the Dynamic Pack.
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Some rivals are faster and more fun to drive, but none is as comfortable or refined as the Range Rover Sport.
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There are 5 Land Rover Range Rover Sport versions available
Target Price team says:
The thirsty V8 petrol engine is best avoided, and while both diesels are good, the SDV6 strikes the best balance between performance and price.
This engine can be combined with three trims, but we see no reason to go beyond the cheapest of these – HSE. It gives you everything from a leather interior and heated rear seats to sat-nav and front and rear parking sensors.
Few owners will ever do any proper off-roading in the Sport. Being a Range Rover, though, it's designed to do precisely that, so every model comes with Land Rover’s clever Terrain Response system, while a low-ratio gearbox is available as an option.
Reader test team says:
Picked up my SDV6 Autobiography Dynamic about a month ago and so far it's been the best all-round vehicle I've ever owned. Compared to the old Sport,…