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The Most Common Range Rover Sport Symbols

These are the most common dashboard symbols that you will see in your Range Rover Sport. Click on one to see more information or scroll further down to see the link to the owner's manual where you can find even more symbols.

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About the Range Rover Sport

First released in 2005, the Range Rover Sport is one of the sharpest-looking and most luxurious SUVs on the market. The Sport is able to keep up with its biggest competitors, like the BMW X5 and Porsche Cayenne in a number of ways, most notably in terms of off-road capability and style. However, the Range Rover Sport is compromised in several key areas. For instance, the infotainment system is probably one of the worst on the market, the interior is too small and the engine is far too thirsty. Ultimately, the off-road-capable luxury SUV looks the part, but in reality, it’s compromised in too many areas.

If you’re looking for an SUV with a good base engine, the Range Rover Sport will actually be a good option for you. Standard models come equipped with a 3.0-liter turbocharged six-cylinder, which produces 355 horsepower. This is a great engine for everyday use, and you’ll never feel the need for more power. The one drawback, however, is that the Sport’s engines are very thirsty, which will increase your expenses dramatically.

If you’re looking for even more power, you can opt for a 395 horsepower engine, which will produce 395 horsepower.

The overall ride of this Range Rover is very impressive. The company is known for its off-road capabilities, and the Sport doesn’t fail to disappoint. The suspension will soak up all of the road’s punishment, allowing you to traverse even the bumpiest of terrains. And the handling is sharp enough to give you the precision you need, whilst being relaxed for everyday use.

Originally the car was based on the Discovery chassis but with the move into the second generation in 2013, the car was moved onto its own specialized platform.

One of the Range Rover Sport’s best attributes is its reliability. You’ll probably never see a warning light pop up, as everything from the engine to the electrics is of high quality.