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Featuring many of the same design elements as the iconic and lauded fifth-generation Range Rover, the new Range Rover Sport models include an efficient and rugged plug-in hybrid, with a full-electric model expected in 2024. Besides leading the way in luxury electric vehicles, the Range Rover Sport also has a whole array of exciting features making it ideal for those wanting to take the most challenging off-road drives while ensconced in total comfort. At Ray Catena Land Rover Marlboro, our goal is to help you get behind the right new or pre-owned Land Rover vehicle that fits your lifestyle, in addition to delivering the best, most courteous customer service at all times.
The trim levels available for the current-generation Range Rover Sport are SE, Dynamic, Autobiography, and First Edition.
All of the Range Rover Sport trim levels feature many design elements and technologies that enhance sporting performance as well as luxury, but each trim level has its own unique additions, meaning some drivers may be drawn to a particular version rather than another. The breakdown of each trim level’s features is as follows –
Range Rover Sport SE:
Range Rover Sport Dynamic SE:
Range Rover Sport Autobiography:
Range Rover Sport First Edition:
The Range Rover line of vehicles is well-known for being equally at home on city streets and taking a wilderness adventure. But Land Rover makes the original Range Rover and Range Rover Sport models available in order to satisfy customers who are looking at different factors in choosing their vehicles. Overall, the Range Rover Sport is a slightly smaller and more compact model with an equally sculpted and beautiful design language.
The Range Rover has 4 standard seats but has an option for a long wheelbase, which raises the seating capacity to 7. By contrast, the Range Rover Sport has 5 seats. The Range Rover also boasts 395 standard horsepower compared to the Range Rover Sport’s 355 horsepower, and 406 pounds of torque versus the Range Rover Sport’s 369 pounds. The Range Rover also has a greater amount of cargo space – 70.9 cubic feet in the standard wheelbase and 77.5 cubic feet in the long wheelbase – compared to the Range Rover Sport’s 62.2 cubic feet.
Ultimately, the Range Rover is better for transporting larger quantities of gear and people, while the Range Rover Sport is better suited for those planning on smaller trips and who may be looking for more maneuverability and fuel efficiency.
Ray Catena Land Rover’s service and parts departments are here for all of your Land Rover repair and maintenance needs here in New Jersey. The courteous and professional experts in our service department can help you stay on top of scheduled tune-ups for your Land Rover vehicle and make any repairs that become necessary, and our parts department is proud to stock only OEM Land Rover components.
We offer a variety of convenient leasing options and flexible financing, the better to help you get behind the wheel of an incredible British-engineered Land Rover vehicle. Contact our finance department or view our lease specials to learn more.
At Ray Catena Land Rover Marlboro, we’re local Land Rover experts serving Monmouth County – contact us today to see how we can help you drive home in the Land Rover or Range Rover that best suits you.