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Land Rover Range Rover Sport
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Land Rover Range Rover Sport Pricing and Specs

2021 price from
$108,134*

The Range Rover Sport is available from $108,134 to $275,927 for the 2021 SUV across a range of models.

It might look as athletic as a block of flats, but Range Rover's Sport is quicker than it looks - especially if you opt for the thumping $275,927 supercharged 5.0-litre V8 Range Rover Sport V8 S/C SVR Carbon Edtn (423KW). Elsewhere, though, like in the $108,134 Range Rover Sport SI4 SE (221KW) you'll find a mix of petrol and very clever diesel engines that power a boxy behemoth that is home to either five or seven seats nestled in a fine-feeling interior. More than just a pretty face, the Range Rover Sport is designed to venture outside the urban jungle, with some sophisticated four-wheel drive gear ensuring you can in fact go off-road should the fancy take you. Though it probably won't.

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Year Price From Price To
2021 $108,134 $275,927
2020 $76,200 $262,130
2019 $70,700 $220,660
2018 $63,400 $227,040
2017 $62,700 $207,900
2016 $56,400 $182,930
2015 $40,800 $157,520
2014 $37,600 $89,320
2013 $32,600 $77,220
2012 $28,100 $51,810
2011 $23,700 $45,650
2010 $24,000 $44,220
2009 $19,300 $40,040
2008 $17,900 $33,220
2007 $14,800 $30,030
2006 $12,900 $20,130
2005 $11,700 $20,460

Range Rover Sport FAQs

Check out real-world situations relating to the Range Rover Sport here, particularly what our experts have to say about them.

  • Range Rover Sport or Discovery 3 for towing horse float and commuting?

    The Discovery 3 was hailed as a great car when it was introduced and it has largely lived up to the hype. The fundamentals like engine, gearbox and diffs are sound, but you have to be prepared for irritating things like electrics, driveshafts, compressor on the airbag models to give trouble. It’s that when the Disco becomes expensive. On average a 2007 model will be showing 180,000 to 240,000 km on the odo, and I would be going for a newer model with fewer kays on the clock. Same goes for the Range Rover.

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  • Range Rover Sport long-term reliability and ownership costs

    There’s no reason to believe that the Range Rover won’t be reliable over the long term, but it will almost certainly be more expensive to own and run. Servicing will be more expensive than a lesser model from an Asian carmaker for instance.

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  • Range Rover Sport or BMW X5?

    Range Rover does not have a great reputation for reliability or resale but the Sport is a great drive. So the X5 is the safe choice but the Range Rover is likely to give you more enjoyment.

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