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.