2014 Range Rover Sport HSE 3.0L V6 is the entry-level engine replaced Land Rover naturally aspirated 5.0L V8. Although in performance compared to the bent eight , the 2014 Range Rover Sport lost about 760 pounds, so performance suffered a bit. But if there is power you crave, Land Rover is happy to sell you a version of the sport with 510-hp supercharged V8.Our tester came equipped the company in the mid level HSE form, the most popular configuration of the Range Rover Sport is. Base SE, the level and top model Supercharged Autobiography models are also on the offer.Regardless model Range Rover Sport comes with four-wheel drive and an eight-speed automatic transmission transmission.Those shopping for a high-end and agile SUV to be paired likely pit the Range Rover Sport against the Porsche Cayenne and BMW X6. If size and prestige are not necessarily on the top of your shopping list, the Jeep SRT8 and Infiniti QX70 Sport competitors.
2014 Range Rover Sport HSE
The could also in a Range Rover be lumped 2014 Range Rover Sport retains the same general shape as the greenhouse load conditions model, but gaining new front and rear styling inspired by the smaller Range Rover Evoque. Those front end similarity are slimmer headlamps with new LED accents and an angled grid more that sport provides a slimmer look. 2014 Sport holds the last-gen sharply sloping D pillars, but a reward sloping roofline was added to the SUV-coupe give a like silhouette.The back of the Range Rover Sport provides all-LED taillights and a formwork assembly bumper. 2014 Range Rover Sport is actually grown by about four inches, but its narrow proportions give the illusion of a smaller footprint. As you may have noticed, our test car with missing tooth , which was the result of a nasty encounter with some street interior styling debris.the the Range Rover Sport has not changed much from one generation to the next, but it has in attention to detail was a noticeable improvement expect the little details Land Rover included, such as metal dash accents, the spending hidden behind the front doors most of the time, brushed aluminum stem caps and a Range Rover placed sports figure on the B pillar, only to name a few. Might not sound like a lot of these details, but they really do add up to an extra touch of twin-pod instrument cluster quality.The of the Range Rover Sport is easy enough to read, but it seems a little boring for an SUV with above-average character. An LED screen in the middle is holding higher aesthetic on the scale track of center console scores engine temperature and fuel level.The the Range Rover Sport, with a metal frame infotainment screen directional elegant modern HVAC controls.
2014 Range Rover Sport HSE Dynamic
LED digital readouts in the center of the climate control buttons of the sport. The Range Rover Sport is an actual gear lever instead of the rotary dial in the more up-scale Range Rover used, but the sport shares its console mounted controls terrain. Land Rover infotainment system is not the best on the market, but it is the work is done. There are a few too many menus for our taste, but at least they are easy to navigate. We were not away with response times of the system, which sometimes left behind by a few seconds.
2014 Range Rover Sport HSE Interior
The Sport infotainment system blown contains an all too rare volume control, but access to features like seat ventilation require the press of a physical button before immersion in the virtual world of in dash screen. Load space is not quite as spacious sports, folded with the SUV offering only 27.7 cubic feet behind the second row and 62.2 cubic feet with the seats. Moreover, even with the sports air suspension set to its lowest setting, the cargo floor is quite high above the ground, making loading heavier items might cumbersome. The 2014 Sport is bad to speed is much more fleet of foot than the previous model thanks to its crash diet, but it still feels like a major vehicle.