When it comes to making a statement, few SUVs can hold a candle to Range Rover’s popular Sport. Even in a market segment populated with numerous products from the established German premium brands, the Range Rover Sport appears to be of a different, more pedigreed breed.
While the Range Rover Sport is no longer brand new, it still turns plenty of heads.
This Range Rover Sport is powered by the 3.0-litre V6 turbodiesel that punches out 215 kW and a hefty 600Nm of torque, the latter figure from as low as 2000rpm. Mated with a slick eight-speed automatic transmission, the SDV6 is claimed to sprint to 100km/h in 7,2 seconds and top out at 210km/h.
The V6 turbodiesel powering the Range Rover Sport is more than enough. It responds quickly to throttle inputs and shunts along like a diesel has no right to. Being a Range Rover, it’s also practical and hugely spacious inside.