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Range Rover Sport

Sport 5.0 V8 Supercharged Svr Auto 5dr

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Vehicle Information

  • Fuel Type
  • Insurance Group
  • MPG Combined
    22.2 MPG
  • Transmission
  • CO2 Emissions
    331.0 g/km
  • Manufacturer OTR
Standard Equipment
Interior Features
Electrically Adj Steering Column
3 Zone Climate Control
SVR Performance Sts+16Way FrontSts
Heated Front And Rear Seats
Adptive Cruise Control+Stop And GO
Electric Windows One-Touch+Anti-Trap
60:40 Folding Rear Seats
Front And Rear Premium Carpet Mats
Safety & Security Features
Rear Traffic Monitor
Traffic Sign Recogntn+Adp Spd Lmt
Blnd Spt Mnttr+Rvrse Trffic Detctn
Lane Departure Warning
Emergency Braking
Driver Condition Monitor
Front Seat Pelvis/Thorax Airbags
Passive Engine Immobilisation
Passenger Airbag
Driver Airbag
Side Airbags for Driver and Passenger
Exterior Features
Rear View Camera
Au Dmng Pwr Fold Htd Door Mrs+Mmry
360 Parking Aid
Heated Windscreen
Headlamp Powerwash
Keyless Entry
High Mounted Stop Lamp
Audio and Communications
Navigation Pro
Bluetooth Connectivity
Digital Audio Broadcast Radio
Meridian Surround Sound System
Mechanical Features
Sports Suspension
All Terrain Progress Control
Intelligent Stop/Start Technology
Electronic Power Assisted Steering
Paint and Trim
Perforated Windsor Lthr+Suedecloth Insrt
Metallic Paint
21in 5 Split-Spoke Style 5091
Technical Data
Mpg Urban
Mpg Extra Urban
Mpg Combined
CO2 Emission
Euro Emission
Power Ps
Power KW
Torque Rpm
Gross Vehicle Weight
Towing Weight Braked
Wheel Base
Ground Clearance
Boot Capacity
Fuel Tank Size
Maximum Speed
0 to 60 Mph
0 to 100 Kph
Front Tyre
295/35R21 W 4x4
Rear Tyre
295/35R21 W 4x4
Spare Tyre
Space saver
Front Brakes
Rear Brakes
Available Options
Safety & Security Features
Driver Assist Pack
Drive Pro Pack
First Aid Kit
Interior Features
Heated/Cooldes Front/Rear Seats
Cabin Pre-Conditioning With Remote Cntl
Wade Sensing
Four-Zone Climate Control
Heated/Cooled Front/Rear Seats
Ebony Seats And Ebony Headlining
Ebony/Pimento StAnd Ebny Headlining
Ebony/Pimento St And Cirrus Hdlining
Ebony/Cirrus St And Ebony Headlining
Ebony/Cirrus StAnd Cirrus Headlining
Ebony/Vinatge Tan Sts And Ebny Hdlng
Ebny/Vintage Tan St And Ivory Hdling
Heated+Cooled Front Seats+Htd Rear
Frnt Cntr Console Refrgtr Cmprtmnt
Front Centre Consle Coolr Cmprtmnt
Garage Door Opener - HomeLink
Cabin Air Ionisation
Head-Up Display
Activity Key
Domestic Plug Socket
Ebony Morzine Headlining
Morzine Headlining
Twin Blade Sunvisor
Exterior Features
Bonnet Body Coloured Carbon Fibre
Bonnet Exposed Carbon Fibre
Privacy Glass
Soft Door Close
Fixed Panoramic Roof
Body-Coloured Roof
Sliding Panaromic Roof
Electrically Deployable Towbar
Advanced Tow Assist
Pixel-Laser LED Headlights+SignDRL
360Degree Surround Camera
Solar Attenuating Windscreen
SVR Carbon Fibre Engine Cover
Paint and Trim
Extended Grand Black Veneer
Extended Carbon Fibre Trim Finsher
Solid Paint
SVO Special Effect Pnt In Stn Fnsh
SVO Special Effect Pnt In Gls Fnsh
SVO Ultra Metlic Pnt In Satin Fnsh
SVO Ultra Metallic Pnt In Gls Fnsh
Santorini Black - Metallic
Mechanical Features
Black SV Brake Calipers
Option Packs
SVR Carbon Fibre Exterior Pack
SVR Carbon Fibre Exterior Pack
Towing Pack
Park Pro Pack
Signature Entertainment Pack
Smokers Pack
Summer Tyres
Reduced Section Alloy Spare Wheel
22in 5Split-Spk Styl5083+SatinFnsh
22in 5Split-Spk Styl5083+GlossBlk
Audio and Communications
Digital TV
CD/DVD Player
Meridian Signature Sound System
Impartial Review
Down and dirty with the Range Rover Sport SDV6 HSE Dynamic
16 April 2016 by Oliver Hammond
It was quite surreal to be chased by a pig and to be able to watch it on the dashboard courtesy of the myriad cameras on-board the Range Rover Sport. Unlike our porcine pursuer, I don’t suppose many Sports get to experience much mud throughout their lives. You can bet your bottom dollar ours did, though, during our week testing one.

Just 15cm shorter and 5cm lower than its big brother, the MY2015 Range Rover Sport has had a few lines tweaked and corners chamfered to give it a more athletic appearance. The Sport nicely bridges the gap between the Discovery Sport and the Range Rover and possesses very nearly as much presence as the latter on the road, in fields and indeed parked outside Waitrose.

The original Range Rover Sport felt somewhat claustrophobic, but the new one is a huge improvement, which feels far more airy and spacious, especially with the optional panoramic roof that allows the cabin to be bathed in additional light.

Unlike the full fat Range Rover Autobiography I tested the year before, the new Range Rover Sport came fitted with a whole range of safety systems, from a useful head-up display, parking assistance, lane departure and blind spot warnings, and road sign recognition. True to its roots, most of the buttons are chunky enough to be operated whilst wearing gloves, the optional Meridian audio system turns the RRS into a concert hall on wheels, and the branded puddle lights add an extra dusting of class to the mix.

Although the infotainment system is starting to look a trifle dated compared to some of the competition, the voodoo-powered ‘dual view’ screen still brings a smile to my face, the front passenger able to watch digital TV or a DVD on the move. The electrically-operated towbar is a neat touch if towing a caravan or trailer upto 3,500kg is required.

More suited to Asterix than Obelix, the optional third row of seats that turns the Range Rover Sport into a 7-seater would be found cramped by average adults on all but short journeys, whilst boot space with seven seats in play also becomes quite restricted. Despite its opulent appearance and aura, particularly in espresso, almond and ivory, the Sport’s interior isn’t as comfortable or luxurious as its big brother in Autobiography guise, the seats overly firm for long journeys and rear legroom proving adequate rather than abundant.

Firmness also characterises the Range Rover Sport’s ride quality, especially on 21” rims. After all, though, a SUV with these proportions is never going to be able to corner with aplomb were it built on a mattress-like chassis cornered by marshmallow wheels. The new Range Rover Sport is actually less firm than the original, so is definitely an improvement. It’s an incredible 4x4 that can genuinely be driven aggressively sportily on snaking tarmac roads before heading off onto properly challenging rough stuff where it copes equally as admirably.

The SDV8 engine being such a peerless powerplant, I expected the SDV6 to be a limp lettuce but it’s a seriously impressive performer, its 306bhp and 700Nm of torque only 33 horses and 40Nm down on the V8. Neither engine gets off the blocks like Ussain Bolt, that niche left to the bonkers Range Rover Sport SVR and Range Rover SVAutobiography, but once the SDV6 reaches cruising speed, its heart-melting blend of power and refinement is hard to fault. After covering 450 miles of driving on motorways, A roads, B roads and green-laning, I averaged a respectable 36.6mpg on an engine that had only covered a few hundred miles before I took delivery.

Confining a Range Rover Sport to tarmac would be like buying a state-of-the-art wetsuit to wear in the bathtub, so our road test of the RRS simply couldn’t exclude getting down and dirty. Maybe the sight of us churning up mud was what got that pig all hot and bothered, but fellow 4x4 drivers gave us an affirmatory wave.

Even just scratching the surface of Land Rover’s Terrain Response 2 system demonstrated that it’s more than capable of tackling whatever is thrown at it, the computer screen explaining where power is being sent and which differentials are being locked. Hill descent control performs as expected and axle articulation is impressive when driving through deep ridges. Terrain Response 2’s long-term reliability is yet to be assessed but at least personal and business contract hire customers who lease a Range Rover Sport won’t have to worry as contracts typically only last 2, 3 or 4 years and maintenance can be included in monthly rentals, addressing any electrical or mechanical issues that arise. Just be aware of de-hire charges resulting from off-road use, which the customer is liable to pay at the end of their leasing deal.

Our BCH deals for the Range Rover Sport HSE Dynamic 3.0 SDV6 7-seat model commence from £723.99 per month excluding VAT. Personal customers just need to add the VAT.

Its ride and seats may be on the firm side and its boot space inevitably compromised when the child-focussed rearmost seats are in use; but with a delightfully sweet, punchy and economical engine, an opulent-looking techno-fest of an interior and a peerless image, the latest Range Rover Sport SDV6 HSE Dynamic is a 4x4 that is both highly desirable and capable.

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