Range Rover Sport range review, prices and specs

Stephen Dobie
19 Aug 2015

Hugely capable off-roader that makes you question the relevance of the regular Range Rover

Evo Rating: 
Fast, comfy, capable SUV
Huge size and weight; image problem

evo Verdict

The Range Rover Sport is a car like no other, and there’s a good chance you already have a subjective view on it. Objectively, it offers an impressive mix of talents. On the one hand it’s luxurious and cossetting, on the other it’s quick and surprisingly entertaining.

Its diesel engines are clearly the most sensible way to go but there’s something special (and irresistibly OTT) about a 500bhp+ supercharged petrol engine, and the Autobiography trim 5.0 S/C actually represents good value alongside its contemporaries. At nearly £20,000 less than the standard Range Rover, and with a seven-seat option to trump its slightly bigger brother, the Sport is well priced within its own company, too.

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