Range Rover Sport Leasing
Top 3 Features
Good to drive for a large SUV.
Comfortable for long distances.
Stylish, tech-laden interior.
Why Lease A Range Rover Sport?
What’s The Cabin Like?
How Does It Drive?
The Range Rover Sport offers a cavernous 780 litres of boot space in standard petrol and diesel form, while the plug-in hybrid is slightly less at 703 litres, but still vast. That pips the Porsche Cayenne’s 770 litres and comfortably exceeds the BMW X5’s 650 litres.
There’s also bags of room in the cabin – both in the front and the back. Crucially for larger families, this includes a 3rd row of seats in the boot, which provide a full 7-seat capacity and fold flat when they’re not in use.
The original Range Rover Sport was known to be thirsty, but the latest model improves things considerably – at least for the smaller-engined models.
By far the most efficient option is the plug-in hybrid P400e, which is officially rated at up to 84.9mpg, although you’ll need to keep the battery topped up and drive carefully to achieve that in the real world. Equally relevant to business users will be its 75g/km CO2 rating and correspondingly attractive BIK rates.
For those who cover longer distances, the frugal and refined diesels are a good bet. The mid-spec D300 promises 33.1mpg and 224g/km of CO2. At the other end of the spectrum, the official figure for the SVR is just 19.1mpg, but we guarantee it’ll leave a smile on your face.
Range Rover SportAlthough available with a range of engine options and trim specs, there is fundamentally only 1 body style. It comes with 5 doors and a conventional rear hatchback, the latter in place of the split tailgate design found on the standard Range Rover.
High Performance Models
Range Rover Sport SVRThe Range Rover Sport SVR dials up the aggression in every sense, with more power, sharper handling and a series of sporty styling tweaks. It turns the Range Rover Sport into a proper hot rod, with a deep, gravelly V8 soundtrack to match.
The Range Rover Sport Vs Competitors
The Range Rover Sport’s reliability is a little below average for the class, according to the most recent reliability surveys. However, Land Rover offers a 3-year unlimited mileage warranty, and the brand has a good reputation for handling claims effectively.
The Range Rover Sport is one of the most practical cars in its class, with 780 litres of luggage space (measured to the roof) in the standard model, and 703 litres in the plug-in hybrid. With the rear seats folded this swells to a spacious 1686 litres (1607 litres for the P400e).
A range of lease deals are available for the Range Rover Sport, covering everything from the 3.0-litre 249hp diesel to the firebreathing 575hp SVR.
A front and rear parking aid is standard on all Range Rover Sport models, as is a rear-view camera.
The Range Rover Sport offers 7 seats, plenty of cabin storage and a large boot, so overall practicality is impressive. The air suspension will even automatically lower the car to help you load your shopping.
There are plenty of lease deals available for the Range Rover Sport, offering comparatively affordable access to one of the most versatile and luxurious SUVs on the market. Strong performance and generous equipment levels, plus a comfortable and attractive cabin make it an extremely capable all-rounder.
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