2020 Range Rover Sport vs 2020 Range Rover
2020 Range Rover Sport 2020 Range Rover

  Engine

3.0L Turbo I-6 3.0L Turbo I-6

  Horsepower

355 355

  MPG (City/Highway)

19/25 * 19/25 *

  0-60 mph

6.2 seconds ** 6.6 seconds **

  Cargo Space

57.6 cu. ft. 68.6 cu. ft.

2020 Range Rover Sport vs 2020 Range Rover

Serving Atlanta, GA

When you’re looking for a new high-quality luxury SUV, look no further than the selection of Range Rover models available, such as the 2020 Range Rover Sport and the 2020 Range Rover. Both of these Land Rover models have been designed with both luxury and performance in mind, and are sure to be able to adapt to a wide variety of different circumstances and situations, as is to be expected in top of the line luxury automobiles. With a variety of different standard and optional features, both the Range Rover and the Range Rover Sport are able to be customized to fit the needs of individual drivers and passengers.

Performance

When it comes to performance features, the first place to check has to be the engine. For both the Range Rover Sport and the Range Rover, the selection of available engines looks very similar. Both models have available engines such as a 254 horsepower 3.0L V6 diesel engine, and 398 horsepower 2.0L 4-cylinder engine, amongst others. The main difference that can be found here is in the highest power engine available on each model. For the 2020 Range Rover Sport, the most powerful engine available is the 575 horsepower supercharged V8 engine, while the Range Rover counters with a 557 horsepower supercharged V8. All in all, both vehicles are very well equipped in the performance department, with plenty of power to tackle some intense situations without worrying about stressing the engine.

Appearance

The two models are very similar when it comes to the main exterior design features, but there are a few differences that can be noticed when looking carefully. The front grille design is slightly different on the Range Rover and Range Rover Sport. The Sport features a grille that is a little bit narrower than on the Range Rover with additional air intakes in the lower right and lower left sections of the front face.

Features

Both vehicles have space for a variable amount of interior seating, with the Sport having the option of 5 or 7 seats, and the Range Rover being available with either 4 or 5 seats depending on optional features. In order to provide the most high-quality sound experience, both vehicles have optional sound systems that are designed with InControl Touch Pro, which are able to provide an immersive audio experience that can make long road trips a little bit more entertaining.

If the Range Rover or the Range Rover Sport sound like they could be right for you, we welcome you to come on down and visit us at our dealership. Our friendly associates can help you by answering any questions you may have, and provide the information you need to make an educated decision about which vehicle is right for you.

* All figures are EPA estimates. Actual mileage may vary.
** Always follow local speed limits.