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Land Rover Range Rover Sport (2013 on)

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33.0
Average

Bigger and more economical than the old model. Great to drive on-road but with typical Land Rover off road ability. Fantastic traction and ability in the worst conditions.

Expensive, especially if you option it up. No spare wheel on seven-seater versions. Continued question marks over reliability.

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Engine Official MPG Real MPG Avg. Real MPG %  
2.0 SD4 45.6 mpg 33.7 mpg 74% Submit MPG
3.0 SDV6 37.7–45.6 mpg 33.4 mpg 80% Submit MPG
3.0 SDV6 Hybrid 44.1–45.6 mpg 44.0 mpg 98% Submit MPG
3.0 Supercharged 26.9 mpg - - Submit MPG
3.0 TDV6 38.7 mpg 34.8 mpg 90% Submit MPG
4.4 SDV8 30.4–33.6 mpg - - Submit MPG
5.0 V8 Supercharged 21.1–22.1 mpg 18.3 mpg 85% Submit MPG
P300 30.4 mpg 23.5 mpg 77% Submit MPG
P400e 88.3 mpg 32.9 mpg 37% Submit MPG

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  • Land Rover Range Rover Sport (2013 on)
    Bigger and more economical than the old model. Great to drive on-road but with typical Land Rover off road ability. Fantastic traction and ability in the worst conditions.

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