As the Sport moniker suggests, this new version of Land Rover’s patriarch is designed to add some fun to the daily drive, while maintaining the Range Rover’s king-of-the-hill ranking among off-road vehicles. Serving to boost the fun quotient are the Sport’s overall smaller dimensions, revised suspension, and two potent V8 engines.
Buyers of the slightly larger and more luxurious Range Rover will need to shell out an extra $20,000.
With 90 fewer horses, the HSE model takes an extra second (8.2) to reach sixty miles-per-hour, and taps out at 130 miles-per-hour.
The five settings are designed for: general driving; grass, gravel, or snow; mud and ruts; sand; and rock crawling.
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