What's the used Land Rover Range Rover Sport 4x4 like?
Don't be fooled by the 'Sport' name. Although there's no denying this is a sharper drive on-road than a standard Range Rover, it's still no match for a BMW X5 or Porsche Cayenne.
On the other hand, it's every bit as good as you'd expect of a Land Rover off-road, with a bewildering, but very effective, array of electronic aids to get the best out of it.
Although the car sits a little lower than the standard Range Rover, you still have a commanding, high driving position, and the centre console is angled towards the driver to give a more sporty feel.
The space inside is at least as good as an X5's, with room for four, and even five at a pinch. Although the shape of the rear doors does make getting in and out rather awkward, there are no complaints about the size of the boot.