If you're looking for a large SUV that combines luxury, desirability, refinement, comfort and genuine 4x4 capability, you could do a lot worse than cast a glance at the Range Rover Sport.
With its fully adjustable air suspension and sophisticated four-wheel-drive system, it’ll go farther off road than most of its rivals, but it also handles keenly on road. Add in supreme cruising manners, a sumptuous interior and space for up to seven, and it also offers all the trappings of lavishness you’d expect from a limousine.
Top-end family 4x4s don’t get much more multi-talented, then, but you’ll pay for the Range Rover Sport’s talents in terms of a high list price and expensive running costs.
Read on over the next few pages to get our in depth impressions of the Range Rover Sport, along with our recommendations for which of the trim levels and engines to choose.