Real MPG: Range Rover Sport (2013 - 2022) 3.0 TDV6

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38.7
Official MPG
(NEDC)
26.0–41.6
Real MPG
34.2
Real MPG
Average
88%
of Official MPG
(NEDC)

More engines available for this model:

Engine Official MPG (NEDC) Official MPG (WLTP) Real MPG Avg. Real MPG %  
2.0 SD4 45.6 mpg - 34.1 mpg 75% Submit
3.0 SDV6 37.7–45.6 mpg - 33.3 mpg 80% Submit
3.0 SDV6 Hybrid 44.1–45.6 mpg - 42.3 mpg 94% Submit
3.0 Supercharged 26.9 mpg - 29.2 mpg 108% Submit
4.4 SDV8 30.4–33.6 mpg - 29.8 mpg 93% Submit
5.0 V8 Supercharged 21.1–22.1 mpg 19.3 mpg 18.2 mpg 94%* Submit
D250 MHEV - 34.2 mpg - -* Submit
D300 MHEV - 34.0–38.2 mpg - -* Submit
D350 MHEV - 31.2–38.2 mpg - -* Submit
P300 30.4 mpg - 24.0 mpg 79% Submit
P400 - 27.4 mpg - -* Submit
P400 MHEV - 30.1 mpg - -* Submit
P400e 88.3 mpg 88.3 mpg - -* Submit
P440e - 353.1 mpg - -* Submit
P510e - 353.1 mpg - -* Submit
P530 - 25.2 mpg - -* Submit
SVR P575 - 19.3 mpg - -* Submit
*Based on WLTP MPG values

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Range Rover Sport (2013 - 2022)

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.

Rivals

Range Rover Sport (2013 - 2022) 32.8 avg mpg
Mercedes-Benz GLS (2013 - 2019) 24.6 avg mpg
Mercedes-Benz S-Class (2014 - 2020) 36.7 avg mpg
Audi S8 (2012 - 2017) 23.3 avg mpg

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