2019 Range Rover Sport Pros And Cons

The 2019 Land Rover Range Rover Sport is a versatile off-roader with a sleek interior and powerful engines. Nonetheless, it also has irritating restrictions on infotainment and less cargo than most group rivals. Because the Range Rover Sport was not thoroughly crash tested, it excludes some other mid-size luxury SUV-s with no overall score or ranking.

• Strong engines line-up
• Capable off-roader
• Premium cab
• Small cargo hold
• Below-average fuel economy.

Range Rover Sport has a high-end, strong powertrain, good towing capabilities, and lively handling. It's one of the world's best off-roaders too. There are also hard-to-use infotainment controls on the Range Rover Sport.
This Land Rover seats five peoples in its comfortable cabin. In the third row, Range Rover Sport is cramped and best left to kids.
Air-cooled and heated front seats, front seats with additional power adjustment, heated rear seats, updated leather upholstery, and heated steering wheel are also offered.

Range Rover Sport interior

The Range Rover Sport has two complete sets of LATCH connections to secure car seats for children, but it requires a little bit of force to mount the straps to the lower anchors.
This Land Rover has a quality cabin as you might expect from a luxury SUV. It's nice, futuristic, and full of soft-touch materials.
The Land Rover Range Rover Sport 2019 has 24.8 cubic feet of space behind the back seats, with a maximum of 56.8 cubic feet of space with the seats folded down.

Infotainment system

Range Rover Sport comes with the Touch Pro Duo infotainment system as standard. It has two 10 inch touch screens, eight speakers, a Bluetooth navigation system, a USB port, satellite radio, and HD Radio. This software is not as responsive as some competing systems as compared with the old InControl interface, and it can be difficult to access the touch screen while driving.
An 11 or 19 speaker Meridian sound system, including Apple CarPlay, Android Auto, panoramic sunroof, automatic climate control, and the Land Rover activity key are available.


Range Rover Sport has powerful engines. A 3,0-liter, supercharged V6 engine with 340 horsepower is standard in base SE, and HSE. In fact, these trimmings are the only ones offering a turbo-diesel motor of 3.0 liters, with a power rating of 254 horsepower and a torque of 443 pound-feet of torque.
Now available as a plug-in hybrid is Land Rover Range Rover Sport HSE. This setup incorporates a four-cylinder engine with an electric motor that produces 398 horsepower and 472 pound-feet of torque.

With a capacity of 380 hp, however, the Land Rover Sport Range Rover HSE Dynamic sticks to a gas-powered V6. The Supercharged Dynamic and Autobiography Dynamic trims include a 518 horsepower 5.0 liter supercharged V8 engine. The same motor gives the high-performance SVR 575 horsepower.
For most driving situations, every engine has ample power. The V8 offers better acceleration and faster transport of this large vehicle. Regardless of the powertrain, in the Range Rover Sport you get an eight-speed automatic transmission.

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