It’s hard to ignore the Supercharged trim’s appeal. That roaring V8 that really puts the sport in the Range Rover Sport. It also comes with a lot of the upgrades from the HSE that luxury buyers expect, including upgraded leather seats, blind-spot monitoring, 360-degree parking sensors, and all of the off-road capability you want in a Land Rover. We’d also consider the Drive Pro package for its adaptive cruise control and blind-spot monitoring. If earth-shaking V8s aren’t your thing, the HSE Dynamic is about the same price with a lot more features and a more potent version of the base V6.
Like its bigger sibling — that grande dame of luxury SUVs, the regular Range Rover — the Range Rover Sport combines a quiet and luxurious interior with rugged off-road ability. But as its Sport moniker indicates, it also offers sporty handling and on-road performance that can challenge some sport sedans.
The Range Rover Sport is an impressive on-road performer, especially with the powerful supercharged engine. It’s not the most agile SUV on the road, but it’s a superbly capable off-roader. AccelerationAt the Edmunds test track, a Range Rover Sport Supercharged sprinted from zero to 60 mph in a blistering 4.6 seconds. The SVR improved a smidge to 4.5 seconds. There are faster SUVs, but not many. BrakingIn our testing, the Range Rover Sport performed a panic stop from 60 mph in 124 feet, which is only average for the class. SteeringThe steering feel and accuracy are impeccable on twisting mountain roads yet appropriately light when parking. HandlingAlthough it’s hard to trust something this big, the Range Rover Sport tackles back roads with the utmost confidence and speed. It’s still not as agile as the considerably lighter Porsche Cayenne Turbo. Off-roadTackling steep rocky grades is made effortless thanks to the sophisticated Terrain Response system and the two-speed transfer case. But wheel articulation is far better on the non-Sport Range Rover.Read less ComfortWe haven’t had a chance to test the updated interior, but in our experience the Rover Sport offers exemplary comfort and quietness. Read more InteriorHistorically, the Range Rover Sport has used excellent materials and meticulous craftsmanship. The new Touch Pro Duo system adds a thoroughly modern and appealing look, updating the cabin nicely. UtilityInterior storage is ample, and the optional cooler box works well. With 24.8 cubic feet behind the rear seat and a max of 56.8 cubic feet, cargo space lags the class leaders. All Range Rover Sports except the SVR can tow up to an impressive 7,716 pounds; the latter drops to a respectable 6,613 pounds. TechnologyThe Range Rover Sport packs a lot of technology options, including driver aids for both on and off the road, a gesture-operated sunroof shade, and rear-seat entertainment screens. The new Touch Pro Duo system looks sharp and futuristic, but it can be slow to respond and overly complicated to use.
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