Range Rover Sport and Discovery 4 prices
* On sale September 1 * Revamped interiors and equipment upgrades * Revised engines and new technology...
Land Rover has announed prices for both the revised 2010 Range Rover Sport and the Land Rover Discovery 4.
Range Rover Sport
The Range Rover Sport line-up starts with the 3.0 TDV6 SE and will cost from £44,895 a £2000 premium over the current 2.7 version. Standard equipment includes 19-inch alloy wheels, stability control, touchscreen sat-nav with hard disc and voice controls, iPod/USB connectivity, Bluetooth and part-leather upholstery.
HSE models start at £50,695, an increase of around £2500, and add 20-inch alloys, standard metallic paint, rear-view camera and parking sensors, keyless entry, digital radio and a chilled centre console box.
Range Rover Sport 3.6 TDV8 models go up by around £2200 to start from £56,995 and come in only HSE specification with dynamic terrain response mode, adaptive cruise control, and adaptive bi-xenon headlamps with high-beam assist. The 5.0-litre V8 supercharged petrol model is priced at £61,995 and adds leather upholstery and uprated brakes.
Land Rover Discovery 4
The Discovery 4 goes up by almost £2000 and starts from £31,995 (2.7 TDV6 GS), with standard equipment including 18-inch alloys, manual transmission, air suspension, terrain response, stability control with trailer assist, Bluetooth and keyless ignition.
The 3.0 TDV6 GS starts at £34,495 and a brings six-speed automatic transmission and 19-inch alloys, while the 3.0 TDV6 XS, from £40,495, adds cruise control, front foglamps, automatic headlamps, rain-sensing wipers, leather seats, heated front seats, touchscreen sat-nav, iPod/USB inputs and roof rails.
The range-topping Discovery 4 HSE costs from £47,695, a £2000 premium over the current version, and has bi-xenon front headlamps with high-beam assist, a rear-view camera with parking sensors, sat-nav, keyless entry, an electric front sunroof with two fixed glass rear panels, part-leather upholstery and electrically adjustable front seats.
Both ranges go on sale in the UK on September 1.