What are the key standard features of the Range Rover Sport?
There are four trim levels which start with the HSE, this includes xenon headlights, auto lights and wipers, headed windscreen, front fog lights, Terrain response 4x4 system, low range, cruise control, 20in alloys, auto dimming rear-view mirror, heated front and rear seats, two-zone climate control, front and rear parking sensors, reversing camera with hitching guide, speed limiter, sat nav with 8in colour screen, Bluetooth, USB socket, aux socket, DAB radio and InControl app.
HSE Dynamic: Terrain Response 2, adaptive dynamics, torque vectoring and 21in alloys.
Autobiography Dynamic adds panoramic roof, adaptive cruise control, three-zone climate control, powered memory seats, wifi and uprated InControl app.
SVR is a near stand alone model (only available with the 405hp 5.0-litre V8), but, over the HSE Dynamic it adds adaptive cruise control, uprated stereo, three-zone climate control, powered memory sports seats, wifi and uprated InControl app.
What are the key options?
Options and accessories on the Range Rover Sport are many and varied. The two additional rear seats are a good pick. However, massage seats and heated steering wheel are lovely luxuries. You can also beef-up the off-road capability even further with a locking differential for ultimate off-roading.
How spacious is the Range Rover Sport?
Space in the first five standard seats is very good with plenty of head and legroom for adults and children. The high driving position also offers near-unrivalled visibility. Passengers in the optional rear row of seats have reasonable room too, but these fold-away seats impact on boot space. In the five-seat models the boot is a healthy 489 litres, rising to 1761 litres with the seats folded. Range Rover does not quote a boot space with the optional sixth and seventh seat in place.