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    Land Rover Range Rover Sport [2013-2018]

    Land Rover Range Rover Sport [2013-2018] Right Front Three Quarter
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    Version
    SDV6 S
    City
    Show price in my city
    ₹ 94.70 Lakh
    Last Recorded Price

    Land Rover Range Rover Sport [2013-2018] Key Specifications

    Price₹ 94.70 Lakh onwards
    Engine2993 to 4999 cc
    TransmissionAutomatic
    Fuel TypeDiesel & Petrol
    Seating Capacity5 Seater

    Land Rover Range Rover Sport [2013-2018] Summary

    Land Rover Range Rover Sport [2013-2018] Price:

    Land Rover Range Rover Sport [2013-2018] price starts at ₹ 94.70 Lakh and goes upto ₹ 1.87 Crore. The price of Diesel variant for Range Rover Sport [2013-2018] ranges between ₹ 94.70 Lakh - ₹ 1.68 Crore and the price of Petrol variant for Range Rover Sport [2013-2018] ranges between ₹ 1.06 Crore - ₹ 1.87 Crore.

    Land Rover Range Rover Sport [2013-2018] Versions:

    Range Rover Sport [2013-2018] is available in 10 variants. All the variants are Automatic.

    Land Rover Range Rover Sport [2013-2018] Colours:

    Range Rover Sport [2013-2018] is offered in 30 colours: Fuji White, Yulong White Metallic, Indus Silver Metallic, Corris Grey Metallic, Kaikoura Stone Metallic, Zanzibar Metallic, Scotia Grey Metallic, Aintree Green Metallic, Loire Blue Metallic, Santorini Black Metallic, Firenze Red Metallic, Montalcino Red Metallic, Estoril Blue, Aruba, Farallon Black, Silicon Silver, Verbier Silver, Rio Gold, Madagascar Orange, Balmoral Blue, Mescalito Black, Borealis Black, Flux, Ligurian Black, Valloire White Pearl, Meribel White Pearl, Spectral Blue, Spectral British Racing Green, Spectral Racing Red and Camargue Red. However, some of these colours are available in specific versions.

    Land Rover Range Rover Sport [2013-2018] Competitors:

    Range Rover Sport [2013-2018] is competing against Porsche Cayenne, BMW X7, Porsche Cayenne Coupe, Porsche 718, Mercedes-Benz V-Class, Lexus LS, Mercedes-Benz G-Class, Jaguar F-Type and Maserati Quattroporte.

    Range Rover Sport [2013-2018] Price List in India (Variants)

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    VariantsLast Recorded PriceCompare

    SDV6 S

    2993 cc, Diesel, Automatic
    ₹ 94.70 LakhShow price in my cityGet Offers

    V6 SE

    2995 cc, Petrol, Automatic
    ₹ 1.06 CroreShow price in my cityGet Offers

    SDV6 SE

    2993 cc, Diesel, Automatic
    ₹ 1.10 CroreShow price in my cityGet Offers

    V6 HSE

    2995 cc, Petrol, Automatic
    ₹ 1.22 CroreShow price in my cityGet Offers

    SDV6 HSE

    2993 cc, Diesel, Automatic
    ₹ 1.25 CroreShow price in my cityGet Offers

    SDV8 HSE

    4367 cc, Diesel, Automatic
    ₹ 1.37 CroreShow price in my cityGet Offers

    SDV8 HSE Dynamic

    4367 cc, Diesel, Automatic
    ₹ 1.42 CroreShow price in my cityGet Offers

    V8 SC Autobiography

    4999 cc, Petrol, Automatic
    ₹ 1.65 CroreShow price in my cityGet Offers

    SDV8 Autobiography Dynamic

    4367 cc, Diesel, Automatic
    ₹ 1.68 CroreShow price in my cityGet Offers

    V8 SC SVR

    4999 cc, Petrol, Automatic
    ₹ 1.87 CroreShow price in my cityGet Offers

    Range Rover Sport [2013-2018] Review

    This Blue Whale you see in the pictures is the fastest Land Rover ever made. Few years back, the idea of having more than 200bhp in an SUV was laughable. But times change and how! This 2.4 tonne mammoth makes a mighty 542bhp and can sprint from nought to a hundred in sportscar rivalling 5.3 seconds. Let me introduce you to the Land Rover Range Rover Sport V8 Supercharged SVR(by the time you finish reading the long name the car might have already reached the moon). It is an SUV that is not only happy at being a comfortable cruiser but is also one of the fastest SUVs to lap the Nordschleife Nurburgring. The question is how have they done that? You already have the Sport supercharged version which, with 500bhp on tap is quick enough in a straight line. But it’s a tall car that shares its kerb weight, centre of gravity, and aerodynamic qualities with a Tata 407 commercial truck. Which is where the SVO men come in.  SVO is the high performance division of Jaguar Land Rover. Just like AMG is for Mercedes and M is for BMW, SVO independently engineers, manufactures and customises JLR vehicles.

     

    What is it?

    This Blue Whale you see in the pictures is the fastest Land Rover ever made. Few years back, the idea of having more than 200bhp in an SUV was laughable. But times change and how! This 2.4 tonne mammoth makes a mighty 542bhp and can sprint from nought to a hundred in sportscar rivalling 5.3 seconds. Let me introduce you to the Land Rover Range Rover Sport V8 Supercharged SVR(by the time you finish reading the long name the car might have already reached the moon). It is an SUV that is not only happy at being a comfortable cruiser but is also one of the fastest SUVs to lap the Nordschleife Nurburgring. The question is how have they done that? You already have the Sport supercharged version which, with 500bhp on tap is quick enough in a straight line. But it’s a tall car that shares its centre of gravity, and aerodynamic qualities with a robust army truck. Which is where the SVO men come in.  SVO is the high performance division of Jaguar Land Rover. Just like AMG is for Mercedes and M is for BMW, SVO independently engineers, manufactures and customises JLR vehicles.

    Unlike other tuning firms SVO haven’t gone overboard with the styling of the Sport SVR. The changes are subtle which makes the performance oriented Sport a sleeper. The design of the SVR features a more sculpted front bumper, with larger air intakes to make it even more intimidating than before. The rear bumper is completely revised too, which is flanked by a large diffuser underneath. The menacing quad tailpipes hint at the fire breathing supercharged V8 under the hood. All the grilles, air intakes, front quarter ducts, pillars, mirrors and the roof are finished in black which makes the car look pure evil. The SVR comes with 21-inch alloy wheels, wrapped in 275/45 R21 all-season tyres as standard.

    How is it on the inside?

    As the SVR’s cabin is based on the standard Range Rover Sport, you get the same dashboard which is tastefully designed and beautifully executed. The layered dash looks really attractive and the round air-con controls are beautifully finished. You get a commanding driving position and the visibility outside is simply phenomenal. You also get bespoke sports seats both at the front and the rear with fixed headrests. As expected the seats are beautifully crafted, are snug and well bolstered, and keep you in place even when you drive hard. Obviously, there are some additions to let you know you are not sitting in the standard Range Rover Sport. The centre console is finished in carbon fibre, there is no sign of the Indian friendly beige in here and the overall ambience is luxurious and sporty. You also get loads of SVR badges on the seats and B-pillar. 

    Despite having sporting pretentions, the SVR has a very practical cabin with loads of storage spaces for the front as well as rear passengers. The boot capacity is huge but thanks to the high ground clearance its set quite high which makes loading large bags a pain. The SVR, is loaded with high-tech features. Regular equipment apart you get a brilliant sounding 825w Meridian surround sound system with 19 speakers, panoramic sunroof, a touchscreen system with a six DVD changer, a TFT instrumentation display and parking assist with camera. The touchscreen system though is not very intuitive and feels dated as compared to BMW’s iDrive or Audi’s MMI system. 

    How does it drive?

    This is the section of the review where the Sport SVR should shine and it does. The SVR is powered by the same 5.0-litre supercharged V8 that does duty on the standard car. But in the SVR it's tuned for 543bhp which is 40bhp more than the standard car and the same as the  F-Type R. The motor makes its intentions clear as soon as you push the start button as it comes to life with a deep gurgle. 

    With a massive 2466kg to haul around does the Range Rover Sport SVR feel quick? Answers, and the horizon, come flying at you the moment you give this potent V8 motor the beans. There’s a pause as the drivetrain prepares itself and all hell breaks loose. Where the standard car gently presses you into the seat, the SVR pins you down and holds you there till it is done clawing up the tarmac. First few gears serve to squish your internals, while the last few haul you in one long relentless tidal wave of torque by the time which you are on the wrong side of 200kph. It’ll max out at 260kph, and it’ll get there without breaking a sweat and with you sitting in comfort of the silent cabin. That a 2.4-tonne SUV can behave like this is simply absurd and completely unexpected.  Zero to 100kph comes up in 5.3 seconds, it’ll growl past 150kph in 10.6sec and 200kph is dismissed in under 20 seconds. It’s one of the quickest SUVs we’ve ever tested and what makes these figures so impressive is the fact that it is still a Range Rover. It still has a heavy low range gearbox and Terrain response system to take you where most other SUVs will only dream of going. To experience this kind of performance elsewhere, you’ll have to drive two-seat sportscars. The 8-speed ZF gearbox is fantastic and makes most of the incredible power on tap.

    But the SVR’s party trick is its exhaust system. In normal mode it is quiet and well behaved. But as soon as you push the trick exhaust button the butterfly valves open and it just sounds incredible. It’s got a deep burble at idle, sounding like hairy chested V8 muscle car at part throttle and howls like a supercar as it nears its 6500rpm redline. This makes driving through tunnels or hillsides a thoroughly enjoyable experience. 

    Land Rover has tuned the standard air suspension with adaptive magnetorheological dampers, and active anti-roll bars—for better body control and less roll. They have also given it a stiffer rear subframe bushings and all this results in a car that belies its height and weight. The SVR doesn’t flatter the faint-hearted but once you understand the physics of a tall SUV, it is hugely rewarding. This is a car in which you need to build up speed progressively through corners. It’s best to finish braking before you turn in and then feed in the throttle gently upto the apex before flooring it as you exit. Under hard acceleration, you will feel the front go light as the sophisticated AWD system determines which wheel has the most amount of traction. Lifting off or braking mid-corner unsettles this mammoth, but the all-wheel-drive system and sophisticated stability programme will ensure that you don’t swap ends. Its only in tighter corners you feel the 2.4tonne weight as the active antiroll bars lose their war against body roll.  

    The ride is pretty impressive and it feels as comfortable as a Range Rover should. Although stiffer than the standard car, the air suspension does a good job of isolating the passengers and the ride is flat and consistent at any given speed. It’s only over sharp bumps that the SVR gets caught off-guard as the suspension tends to crash through them. Even in Sport mode, you hardly feel any jolts and body movement is well controlled which makes it very usable on not very smooth roads too. 

     

    Should I buy one?

    Good things don’t come cheap, and in the Range Rover Sport SVR’s case this statement is more than true. The SVR is priced at a stratospheric Rs 2.04 crore (ex-showroom, Delhi). But as Range Rover will sell only a limited number of the SVR, you get such exclusivity which even Rolls-Royce owners will crave for. It is also an SUV which is apt for any given situation - be it taking your grandparents in comfort, thrilling you when you are in the mood to drive fast, and to take you even further when there is no road in sight. In their first attempt this is a phenomenal achievement by the SVO division and they have managed to pack in different personalities in one hugely rewarding SUV.

    Where does it fit in?

    The Range Rover Sport SVR’s main rivals are the BMW X5M and the Mercedes GLE63 AMG. Although they are much cheaper the Range Rover they aren’t as versatile as the SVR.

    Photography by: Kapil Angane

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    Range Rover Sport [2013-2018] Colours

    Land Rover Range Rover Sport [2013-2018] is available/sold in the following colours in India.

    Fuji White
    Yulong White Metallic
    Indus Silver Metallic
    Corris Grey Metallic
    Kaikoura Stone Metallic
    Zanzibar Metallic
    Scotia Grey Metallic
    Aintree Green Metallic
    Loire Blue Metallic
    Santorini Black Metallic
    Firenze Red Metallic
    Montalcino Red Metallic
    Estoril Blue
    Aruba
    Farallon Black
    Silicon Silver
    Verbier Silver
    Rio Gold
    Madagascar Orange
    Balmoral Blue
    Mescalito Black
    Borealis Black
    Flux
    Ligurian Black
    Valloire White Pearl
    Meribel White Pearl
    Spectral Blue
    Spectral British Racing Green
    Spectral Racing Red
    Camargue Red

    FAQs About Land Rover Range Rover Sport [2013-2018]

    Q: What is the price of Land Rover Range Rover Sport [2013-2018]?
    Land Rover has stopped the production of Land Rover Range Rover Sport [2013-2018]. The last recorded price of Land Rover Range Rover Sport [2013-2018] is ₹ 94.70 Lakh.

    Q: Which is Range Rover Sport [2013-2018] Top Model?
    The top model of Land Rover Range Rover Sport [2013-2018] is V8 SC SVR and the last recorded price for Range Rover Sport [2013-2018] V8 SC SVR is ₹ 1.87 Crore.

    Q: Which car is better between Range Rover Sport [2013-2018] and Cayenne?
    Land Rover Range Rover Sport [2013-2018] price starts at ₹ 94.70 Lakh ex-showroom and it comes with 2993cc engine. Whereas, Cayenne price starts at ₹ 1.20 Crore ex-showroom and it comes with 2995cc engine. Compare the two models to identify the best car for you.

    Q: Is there a new coming up Range Rover Sport [2013-2018]?
    No, there is no running/upcoming Land Rover Range Rover Sport [2013-2018].

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