Sam, LaGrange, Ga,

Nearly $20,000, for starters. The Range Rover’s base prices (before destination charge) run from $79,425 to $94,820, and the Range Rover Sport is roughly $60,000 to $75,000.


They are available with the same V-8 engines, but for that extra dough, the Range Rover gives you a larger, somewhat more luxurious vehicle. It is about 7.5 inches longer at 195.8 inches overall, and it has a longer wheelbase, slightly wider stance, greater ground clearance and a little more cargo volume for stashing the Grey Poupon.

The Range Rover also has additional audio-system features standard,standard heated seats and an adaptive suspension designed more for ride comfort. On the Sport, the heated seats are optional and the adaptive suspension is standard only on the more-expensive Supercharged model.

You can find other differences using the Compare feature (linked below), which lets you compare up to four vehicles side-by-side.

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Answered by Rick Popely on June 25, 2012 in Land Rover , Land Rover Range Rover , What Car Should I Buy? | Permalink

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