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By Line

By Jonathan Crouch


A Range Rover Sport ought to deliver exactly what its name suggests: a luxurious Range Rover travelling experience with a dramatic extra dose of sporting capability. The updated post-2018 version of this 'L494'-series second generation model delivered in both regards, frightening German luxury SUV rivals by matching them on-tarmac whilst still obliterating them off road. Continual enhancements to the line-up here brought fresh engine options and more sophisticated media connectivity as part of a series of improvements that created the revised model line-up that took this MK2 model to the end of its life. How does it stack up as a used buy?


5dr Luxury SUV (2.0 diesel, 3.0-litre TDV6 diesel, 3.0-litre SDV6 diesel, 3.0-litre SDV6 diesel Hybrid, 4.4-litre SDV8 diesel, 2.0 petrol, 5.0-litre V8 petrol [HSE, HSE Dynamic, Autobiography Dynamic, SVR])


Here's a car that claims to be able to do. well, almost everything. It'll cruise on the autobahn at 130mph, ford rivers in the Serengeti, take a family of seven on holiday and slip you down to the shops. It can be affordable to run, rewarding to drive and looks dynamic and stylish. There has to be a catch - doesn't there? Time to check out the improved post-2018 version of the second generation Range Rover Sport.Ah yes, the Range Rover Sport. A car that in its first generation 'L320' guise was neither a 'Range Rover' or 'sporty'. In fact, it was based almost entirely on the brand's sensible Discovery model and, thanks to that car's practical ladder frame chassis, as about as dynamic to drive. Still, the smarter set of clothes did the trick and for most of its life between 2005 and 2012, the 'Sport' was one of Solihull's best sellers. There were, it turned out, a vast number of potential buyers who liked the idea of a Range Rover but either couldn't afford one or wanted something a bit sportier.Something like this in other words, the second generation 'L494' model that Land Rover launched in 2013. This at last was a proper Range Rover product, with aluminium underpinnings borrowed from those of the fourth generation Range Rover introduced in 2012. That was engineering eagerly seized upon by this model's development team in their quest to at last be able to offer a credibly sporting large SUV rival to cars like the Porsche Cayenne and the BMW X5. These two competitors of course, didn't have to blend in unrivalled off road excellence with their back road blasting. They didn't have to be automotive swiss army knives - all things to all people - in quite the same way. So, burdened with such expectations, this Range Rover Sport was designed to take them on at their own game.It was a task this second generation Range Rover Sport was aided in by a package of changes introduced in early 2017. Buyers of this revised model were offered a more affordable entry-level point to the range, thanks to the availability of the well regarded 2.0-litre Ingenium diesel unit previously used only in the Range Rover Evoque. There was a fresh petrol option too, a 3.0-litre supercharged powerplant borrowed from the Jaguar F-TYPE sportscar. Plus there was a P400e 2.0-litre petrol Plug-in Hybrid variant too. In addition, off road capability was even further enhanced courtesy of a new 'Low Traction Launch' system. Plus all models got a more sophisticated dose of Land Rover's 'InControl Touch Pro' infotainment technology.Following this update, a new 'P' (for petrol and 'D' (for diesel) badging policy was introduced for 2019. And about the same time, a top performance SVR model arrived at the top of the range with a tuned version of the brand's supercharged petrol V8 beneath the bonnet. The L494 MK2 model range sold until Summer 2022, when it was replaced by an all-new L461-series MK3 model. It's the 2018-2022-era L494-series cars we look at here.What You Pay

What You Get

Imagine you were toned, fit - and nearly 20% lighter. How would you look? Sharper? Smarter? Younger? This MK2 L494-series car certainly does in comparison to its boxy, heavy first generation pre-2013 L320-series predecessor. The faster windscreen angle, streamlined profile and sloping roofline make it properly sleek and contemporary - as it should be, a Range Rover Sport for the modern era. But recognisably a Range Rover Sport: the clamshell bonnet, 'floating' roof, powerful wheel arches and side fender vents that have always defined this model are all present and correct.The famous 'Command' driving position seats you a tad lower than you would be in a Range Rover, plus the more compact thicker-rimmed wheel's smaller, the upright gearstick more purposeful and the centre console higher. Perhaps that last point's the most significant as it positions the controls closer to you, creating a cocooning feel for front seat occupants. Racy then - but still regal too.There's plenty of hi-tech too, some of it more effectively presented than others. Hard to dislike is the 12.3-inch TFT instrument screen that offers life-like digital facsimiles of the usual rev and speedo gauges. Less clear and intuitive are the buttons on the steering wheel which control a range of electronic options in the instrument display. You'll need to spend some time with your nose buried in the instruction manual to figure out both these and the main infotainment system, a 10-inch 'InControl Pro' centre dash touchscreen.Settle yourself in the rear and, if you're familiar with a fully-fledged Range Rover, you'll find that a place in the back of this car is nearly as nice. The high-mounted seats are firm and supportive. As an option, it was possible to order this car with what Land Rover called '5+2 seating' - in other words an extra third row bench, but very few original customers did. The powered tailgate, which can be gesture-controlled, rises to reveal a huge 784-litre boot, which can be extended to 1,761-litres if you flatten the rear seats.

What You Pay

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What to Look For

Land Rover products have been featuring much improved build quality in recent years but our owner survey revealed that the brand still has a little way to go to match its German rivals in this regard. The main things we came across in our ownership survey were faulty front lower suspension arms, defects with the differential, air suspension failure, power loss issues and parking brake faults.We came across two owners who'd had serious engine problems. In one case, the engine self-destructed as the big end went. In another case, the engine failed after gearbox error messages, so look out for those on your test drive. Other things the test drive might throw up that were reported in our ownership survey include problems with steering alignment; issues with the front and rear parking sensors; a resonating vibration from the dashboard amplified by the speakers; and interior trim panels that rattle and vibrate.Otherwise, the issues tend to be niggly little things. Poor bonnet and boot alignment for example; alignment issues with the rear doors; poorly fitted rubber trim around the doors; and leather on the seats being loose and ill-fitted. Don't believe misleading reports suggesting that things like brake discs, brake pads and wiper blades wear quickly: they're actually pretty durable. But leaks from the engine and sunroof - and around the tailgate - are pretty well known issues.What else? Well check if a tow bar has been fitted and also check the tyres for odd wear patterns. Although the Range Rover Sport is very capable off road, there are limits to its ground clearance, so inspect the underside for signs of damage to the suspension, exhaust and front valance. The volume SDV6 diesel engine is a tough unit and if you're test driving the car on a cold day, don't be worried if the Stop/Start system fails to kick in. The engine is programmed to keep running at temperatures below three degrees Celsius.

Replacement Parts

(based on 2019 Range Rover Sport 3.0 SDV6 - approx excl. VAT) An oil filter costs around £6. Front brake pads sit in the £35 to £129 bracket for a set; it'saround £35-£48 for rear pads. Front brake discs sit in the £84-£90 bracket; it's in the £65-£70 bracket for rear discs. A starter motor will cost you around £278. And an air filter is around £14.

On the Road

The vast weight savings made in creation of this second generation mode made a considerable difference to the way this car feels on the road. Designer Gerry McGovern wanted to create what he called the 'Porsche 911 of SUVs' and sure enough, the feel you get at the wheel in what's called the 'Command Driving position' anticipates a very different, far more involving driving experience than you'd normally expect from, a large, luxury SUV. Further helping here are the range of so-called 'Dynamic' driving aids that you get as standard, providing you avoid entry-level trim. These include 'Dynamic Response active lean control' and 'Torque Vectoring' to help you get the power down through the bends. Plus there's 'Adaptive Dynamics' variable damping too. Plus a 'Dynamic Programme' that when selected, instantly switches everything into 'red mist' mode. You'll want this if you choose one of the more powerful engines - perhaps the 339bhp SDV8 diesel or one of the supercharged petrol units, a 340bhp 3.0-litre V6 and a 5.0-litre V8 developing either 510bhp or, in the top SVR model, as much as 550bhp.At the other extreme at the foot of the range, an entry-level 240bhp 2.0-litre SD4 four cylinder diesel unit was introduced (as was a four cylinder petrol unit which also formed the basis for the P400e plug-in hybrid model). Most customers though, will prefer the 306bhp SDV6 diesel. This engine mixes ready performance with decent frugality - 40.4mpg is possible on the combined cycle and 185g/km of CO2 (both NEDC figures). Like the other more powerful units, it also comes mated to electronic air suspension, which not only improves the ride but also gives this car superb off road ability. Avoid entry-level trim and that'll be further enhanced by a Twin-speed low range gearbox, 'All Terrain Progress Control' and a 'Terrain Response 2' system that can automatically set the car up for the type of ground you're driving over. All models get a clever 'Low Traction Launch' system, there to assist you when pulling away from standstill on low grip surfaces. That'll be helpful when towing: this car can lug along up to 3.5-tonnes.


With the modern era fully fledged Range Rover being very much a plutocratic purchase, it's this 'Sport' model that for us, now most faithfully continues a model line stretching all the way back to the 1970 original. That very first Range Rover was a car you didn't have to be afraid to use as intended, on or off road. And nor is this one, which was usefully improved in this revised post-2018-era second generation form.Get the fundamental thing right with any great design - in this case the weight - and everything else then tends to fall into place. The aluminium platform that here makes this car so relatively light solved at a stroke the two issues that blighted the first generation Range Rover Sport: stodgy handling and prohibitive running costs. And it left room for proper 4WD hardware to be fitted without compromising paved road prowess.The right version of this car offers exactly the right kind of luxury SUV experience for those fortunate enough to be able to enjoy it. And delivers a Range Rover Sport that is in almost every respect a proper Range Rover. Be honest: you'd like one - wouldn't you?


What is the difference between Range Rover Sport HSE and HSE dynamic? ›

Range Rover Sport SE vs HSE Technology & Safety Features

The SE comes with an 8-speaker sound system, while the HSE Dynamic features a 13-speaker Meridian™ Sound System. The HSE Silver Edition takes things to another level by bumping your Meridian™ system up to 19 speakers.

What is the HSE package on Range Rover? ›

HSE: Price and Performance. HSE is an acronym for “High Specification Equipment,” while the SE stands for “Standard Equipment.” That's why the 2022 Range Rover Sport SE is the more affordable of the two models.

How long will a Land Rover diesel engine last? ›

Although Land Rovers can be driven for 200,000 miles with proper maintenance, most dealers consider any Land Rover with 100,000 miles+ "high-mileage". In some situations, mileage as low as 80,000 may be considered too high.

Is supercharged or HSE better? ›

Upgrading to the HSE adds 20-inch wheels, several more interior leather choices, soft-close doors and heated rear seats. Supercharged models are similarly equipped but feature 21-inch wheels, in addition to the more powerful engine.

Which model of Range Rover Sport is the most reliable? ›

The Velar achieved the highest percentage of any current Land Rover: 90.7%. The least reliable Land Rover is the Discovery 5, scoring only 70.7%. In fact, Land Rover was panned in the Luxury SUV category, taking all three of the bottom spots.

Is insurance high on a Range Rover? ›

The average annual rate on minimum coverage car insurance for Range Rovers is $514, while full coverage insurance costs around $2,657 a year.
How much does it cost to insure a Range Rover?
Range Rover car insuranceAverage annual premium
Minimum coverage$514
Full coverage$2,657

What is the average monthly payment for a Range Rover? ›

The average lease payment for the Land Rover Range Rover is $2,015/mo with $2,000 due at signing for a 36-month term with 12,000 annual mileage limit. Average monthly lease payments for the same deal but with 24-month or 48-month term lengths are $2,301/mo and $1,841/mo respectively.

Is Range Rover Sport worth buying? ›

Yes, the 2023 Range Rover Sport is a good luxury midsize SUV. It handles well for a large vehicle, has a comfortable ride and offers a variety of spirited powertrain options. It also lives up to the Land Rover name with its top-notch cabin and off-road credibility.

Which year is the most reliable Range Rover Sport? ›

However, according to What Car's 2021 Reliability Survey, the most reliable Range Rover and its year was found to be the Range Rover Velar (2017-present).

What is the biggest problem with Range Rover? ›

One of the most common problems with Range Rovers is suspension issues. The car's air suspension system is designed to provide a smooth, comfortable ride. But it's not uncommon for the system to fail, leading to a jarring, uncomfortable ride.

How long does a Range Rover battery last? ›

How often should you replace your Land Rover Range Rover Sport battery? Every 3 to 5 years, but you should have your battery tested ordinarily for drops in voltage to make fearless it's operating at a high level. Car batteries ordinarily carry 12 to 13 volts unless you have a high-performance battery.

What happens to my diesel car after 10 years? ›

However, no NOC will be issued for diesel vehicles older than 15 years from their first registration and such vehicles will be scrapped only. With an emphasis on fighting air pollution, the Delhi government has started scrapping its old petrol and diesel vehicles and procuring electric ones.

Are Range Rovers good on gas? ›

The plug-in hybrid Range Rover offers up to 50 MPGe and an all-electric driving range of 48 miles, and that makes it the Range Rover with the best MPG ratings. The diesel model from the 2021 lineup, with up to 22 MPG city and 28 MPG highway, is also a very strong choice.

Does a supercharged engine use more gas? ›

Because a supercharger uses the engine's own power to spin itself, it siphons power—more and more of it as engine revs climb. Supercharged engines tend to be less fuel efficient for this reason.

Is it cheaper to supercharge or Turbo? ›

Turbochargers and superchargers are close in price. But that doesn't mean they're necessarily cheap. Overall, superchargers tend to be more expensive.

Is it better to supercharge or Turbo a v8? ›

For those looking to balance performance with fuel economy and efficiency, turbocharging is the better choice. For those more interested in a straightforward solution to raw horsepower, supercharging is more likely the way to go.

Are Land Rover diesel engines reliable? ›

The engine construction is durable, low-revving and efficient, making them perfect long-distance runners. The key to longevity is understanding the specifics of the diesel technology and maintaining the vehicle accordingly. Due to the significant torque number, the diesel Range Rover is a good tow vehicle.

Are Land Rovers high maintenance? ›

It also averages $1,258 in annual maintenance costs, making it slightly higher than average ($1,127) for vehicles in this class. This means that the likelihood of Range Rover problems popping up compared to the average car means you can expect a more significant repair sooner than later.

Which Range Rover is best to buy? ›

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How much is a Range Rover oil change? ›

Expect to pay around $300 to $350, but keep in mind that Land Rover oil change costs vary depending on model, model year, engine size, and other factors. Of course, drivers who take advantage of our rotating parts and service specials may end up spending significantly less!

Are Range Rovers cheap to fix? ›

Range Rovers usually cost more for maintenance like many other luxury vehicles. They come in the top 10 for the most expensive cars to maintain . You can expect Range Rover maintenance costs to increase significantly about five to six years after their production year.

Is a Range Rover a tax write off? ›



What is a good down payment for a Range Rover? ›

Because you've paid for part of the car with it, it lowers the amount of money you need to borrow and thus lowers your monthly loan payment. As a general rule, you should pay 20 percent of the price of the vehicle as a down payment.

Do Range Rovers hold their price? ›

Sepi Arani Commercial Director at Carwow said: “It's well known that many cars dramatically drop in value as soon as they leave the garage, so knowing that some well-loved brand such as Land Rover can hold up to 63% of their original price value five years later, is a positive insight.

How much deposit do you need for a Range Rover? ›

A 5% deposit is needed in order to place your custom order. If you plan to place a down payment on your new vehicle or purchase the vehicle outright, this deposit can be applied towards that.

Are Range Rovers good after 100 000 miles? ›

Maybe you've found one, and it has over 100,000 miles on the clock, so you're thinking to yourself… Should I buy a vehicle with this many miles? We get it. And the short answer is — sure, Land Rovers can last over an impressive lifespan.

How many miles can a Range Rover go on a full tank? ›

It has fuel tank of capacity 80Litres. With the expected mileage of around 10 to 12 kmpl. On a average one can relay upon traveling a distance of around 800km in one full tank of diesel.

Which Land Rover gets the best gas mileage? ›

Which Land Rover gets the best gas mileage? If it's fuel efficiency you're after, you'll want to go with the 2023 Range Rover Evoque. It earns up to 21 mpg in the city and 26 mpg on the highway, which is unmatched by any other current Land Rover model.

Are Land Rover sports reliable? ›

It's no secret that Land Rover has a terrible reliability record. It's one of the worst-performing manufacturers in our What Car? Reliability Survey and came a dire 31st out of 32 car makers in the latest, 2022 results (only Jeep did worse).

Are Range Rover engines reliable? ›

Land Rover Range Rover Reliability Rating Breakdown. The Land Rover Range Rover Reliability Rating is 2.0 out of 5.0, which ranks it 15th out of 19 for luxury fullsize SUVs. The average annual repair cost is $1,258 which means it has poor ownership costs.

Which is better land or Range Rover? ›

Simply put, Land Rovers are meant to be the more utilitarian off-roaders, and Range Rover models are more luxury and comfort focussed models. However, all cars from both brands are great off-road and these days Land Rover models are far more refined than they once were.

Are Range Rovers high quality? ›

Unfortunately, Range Rover models aren't known for their reliability. It's quite the opposite. Cynical critics say used models are known for “typical British engineering,” which means leaks, breakdowns, and various other mechanical issues and unusual malfunctions.

How long will a Range Rover engine last? ›

A new Range Rover will last 150,000 to 200,000 miles—but that will require you to drive conservatively and follow a strict maintenance schedule.

How much does it cost to replace a timing chain on a Range Rover? ›

Land Rover Range Rover Timing Chain Tensioner Replacement Cost Estimate. The average cost for a Land Rover Range Rover timing chain tensioner replacement is between $2,589 and $3,106. Labor costs are estimated between $1,981 and $2,499 while parts are priced at $607.

Do Range Rover Sport break down a lot? ›

The report stated that 71% of used Land Rovers and Range Rovers break down each year and was based on an analysis of 50,000 extended warranty policies.

Is Range Rover HSE reliable? ›

The last-generation Range Rover has topped a list of the least reliable cars, according to Warrantywise. Land Rovers, BMWs, and Porsches take up seven out of ten of the least reliable models from the Reliability Index data range.
Range Rover named least reliable used car by Warrantywise.
ModelsPorsche Cayenne
Highest Repair Cost£6,360
Overall Score /10024.9
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How often does a Range Rover Sport need servicing? ›

Servicing your Range Rover Sport

As much as it may feel like driving your Sport is like driving a tank, a full-service yearly is highly recommended - that's every 12 months or 12,000 miles. It runs through everything from wiring safety checks (a must with all the high-tech gadgets in the Sport) to oil filter changes.

How much does it cost to replace a Range Rover battery? ›

Starting at$289.00. Genuine Land Rover Batteries are built to meet the demands of the advanced electronics in your Land Rover and deliver years of trouble-free driving.

How often do Range Rovers need oil change? ›

Previously, Land Rover experts would recommend an oil change every 3,000 miles, but thanks to the advances in oil and engine technology, that interval has been extended. Now, most Land Rover vehicles can go between 7,500 and 10,000 miles between oil changes.

How long is Land Rover battery warranty? ›

We ensure full peace of mind with our most comprehensive mechanical and electrical component Warranty and can also cover certain consequential damages. Land Rover all-electric and Plug-in Hybrid vehicles also include a Battery Warranty up to 8 years and 100,000 miles.

Are diesel cars ban after 10 years? ›

The rule of the National Green Tribunal states that the use of 10-year old diesel-powered and 15-year old petrol-powered cars is not allowed in New Delhi.

Is it OK to buy a 10 year old diesel car? ›

The same cars after 9 years of age or running over 1,25,000 km would become BS-III non-compliant. Non-compliance of BS-III norms would also disallow owners to get pollution certification for their vehicles earlier than the prescribed 10 year scrapping age.

Will diesel cars be around in 10 years? ›

But the end is in sight, as the government has declared that sales of petrol and diesel cars will end in 2030. Some car industry observers think this is ambitious, but either way, in a few years years, there won't be many diesel cars on sale.

Does Range Rover Sport need premium gas? ›

Though not all Land Rover owner's manuals will say you must use premium gasoline, all will encourage it. If you use standard, unleaded gasoline in your Land Rover, you can experience issues such as: Engine knocking. Engine pinging.

Is Range Rover the safest car? ›

Range Rover scored 87 per cent for Child Occupant Protection and 72 per cent for Vulnerable Road Users, while the Range Rover Sport achieved an 85 per cent rating for Adult Occupant Protection. Both SUVs obtained 82 per cent for Safety Assist.

How many miles does a Range Rover HSE last? ›

Land Rover vehicles have an average lifespan of approximately 150,000 miles. Land Rover owners report that their vehicles survive between 150,000 and 200,000 miles.

What does dynamic mean in Range Rover Sport? ›

Dynamic luxury: New Range Rover Sport combines dramatic modernity and distinctive character with electrified performance.

What does dynamic mode do in Range Rover Sport? ›

Dynamic Response: This controls the front and rear axles independently, giving you better low-speed agility as well as better high-speed stability. Active Rear Locking Differential: This will improve your Range Rover vehicle's cornering stability and traction control both on and off the roads.

What does HSE mean on a Range Rover Sport? ›

High Specification Equipment (as opposed to the SE being Standard Equipment), LSE is the Long wheelbase Specification Equipment. HSE is the high spec car within the standard editions (i.e. not being a Autobiography model or the like).

What are the different levels of Range Rover Sport? ›

2022 Land Rover Range Rover Sport Trim Levels
  • SE.
  • HSE Silver Edition.
  • HST.
  • HSE Dynamic.
  • Autobiography Dynamic.
  • SVR.
  • SVR Carbon Edition.

Is Dynamic mode good for sports? ›

Stay away from the “vivid” and “dynamic” modes, too. They tend to overemphasize contrast and sharpness, and lower the brightness to less-than-optimal levels. Instead, we've found that modes with names like “natural,” “cinema,” and “movie” generally provide the best results.

Is Sport mode better than drive? ›

Sport mode is most useful when you want to explore your automobile's full performance capabilities. Since this setting will likely make the throttle response sharper, the steering heavier, and the suspension not quite as comfortable, you'll want to avoid using it while commuting.

Can you switch Dynamic mode while driving? ›

Absolutely fine. In any modern car with multiple driving modes the change in modes is managed by the vehicle's electronic control unit(s).

What is the difference between power mode and Sport mode? ›

Sport mode gives a quicker throttle response for a sporty drive, meaning the car accelerates more readily. In addition, more fuel is introduced into the engine to increase the available power. The suspension stiffens up and the steering becomes firmer or heavier for better feel.

What year Range Rover sports have a malfunction? ›

The recall doesn't apply to every Range Rover and Range Rover Sport from the 2016 and 2017 model years. Only those built at the company's Solihull Manufacturing Plant from April 29, 2016, to October 17, 2016, may have the defect.

What does the HSE stand for? ›

The acronyms stand for:

HSE: health, safety and environment. HSQE: Health, safety, quality and environment. HSEQ: Health, safety, environment and quality. HSSE: health, safety, security and environment.

What is the most expensive Range Rover line? ›

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