October 3, 2016

The Range Rover Sport offers a driving experience that is as fun as it is capable. The Rover Sport is available with either a 300- or 390-horsepower V8, so it is not surprising that the most common complaint about the Range Rover Sport’s performance is its poor fuel economy.

Most drivers agree that the Range Rover Sport offers a comfortable, responsive ride. The Range Rover Sport’s four-wheel independent air suspension has four settings: optimum handling (the standard setting), highway (for high speeds), access (which lowers the SUV when parked to allow easier loading), and off-road (providing more clearance). A Dynamic Response system, standard on the Supercharged and optional on the HSE, controls front and rear anti-roll bars to minimize body roll and lean. The Range Rover Sport’s four-wheel anti-lock disc brakes with power-assist impress reviewers.

If you love comfort and luxury, the Range Rover Sport defines these two words really well.