2014 Land Rover Range Rover Sport Values
Select a 2014 Land Rover Range Rover Sport trim level
2014 model year changes
The Land Rover Range Rover Sport has been completely redesigned for 2014, given a more contemporary shape, and moved to an all-aluminum structure that cuts this vehicle's overall weight by around 800 pounds compared to the previous model. The Range Rover Sport is more focused toward on-road performance than ever, although with an adjustable air suspension and Terrain Response 2 system it stull delivers impressive off-road ability. The Range Rover Sport starts at $63,495, $7,000 less than the Toyota Land Cruiser and $3,000 less than a Porsche Cayenne S.
Unique style inside and out; quiet, luxurious cabin; seating for up to seven; improved on-road performance; off-road prowess; wide range of active-safety features
Special features for 2014
Compared to the Range Rover on which it's based, the Range Rover Sport is about six inches shorter in length and two inches lower. The Sport has somewhat different packaging, with a lower seating position and more of an emphasis on handling and on-road performance. It does retain an impressive level of off-road prowess. Versus the previous Range Rover Sport, this all-new model is faster and significantly more agile, thanks to its much lighter, all-aluminum construction. With major improvements in interior packaging and design, it should be a more pleasant place for passengers, now providing a luxurious, refined place. Compared to other models in its class, the Range Rover Sport doesn't make as much of a sacrifice in ride quality for handling and off-road prowess, while its feature set and luxurious cabin appointments are a step above some in the same price range. Key rivals include the BMW X5, Porsche Cayenne, Infiniti QX70 and Cadillac Escalade.