2010 Land Rover Range Rover Sport Values

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2010 model year changes

The Range Rover Sport gets two new engines for 2010: a 375-horsepower, 5.0-liter V8 now comes standard on the regular Sport, while there's also a 510-hp supercharged version available. In addition, the Range Rover Sport gets a set of touch-ups that clean up its exterior appearance; the refresh includes a new grille and front bumpers, new sculpting along the front fenders and wheel wells, and a redesigned rear fascia and tail lamps. Inside, the cabin has been more comprehensively redesigned, with soft-touch materials and new finishes and trims. Upgraded displays, infotainment systems and a high-tech audio interface is also part of the redesign.

Competitive comparison

Sleek makeover; luxury cachet; powerful new engines; high tech suspension and off-road hardware; beautiful new interior

Special features for 2010

The Range Rover Sport has always been the slightly more manageably sized version of the Range Rover, geared more for on-road performance. That doesn't change for 2010, but the Sport has enhanced off-road ability as well. New engines allow faster acceleration, while improved steering and braking mean that the Range Rover Sport will hold its own against other luxury rivals such as the BMW X5.
The 2010 Land Rover Range Rover Sport is a luxury SUV with seating for up to five passengers. The Range Rover Sport has been refreshed inside and out for the new model year and is now offered with two more powerful engine choices. A 5.0L V8 producing 375 hp is the base engine, while the SC trim adds a supercharger and boosts output to 510 hp. Both of these engines are paired to a six-speed automatic transmission. The Range Rover Sport is a hot-rod on the pavement but thanks to Land Rover Terrain Response 4WD, it is an exceptional off-roader as well.