0-120 km/h Range Rover Sport 2.7 TDV6 HSE (190hp 2.7 tons)
Prove di accelerazione con Land Rover Range Rover Sport 2.7 TDV6 HSE
1^Prova:0-85 km/h con marce ridotte o gamma lenta fino a 4700 rpm.
2^Prova:0-120 km/h con gamma rapida in D nella modalità Sport/S fino a 4000 rpm.
Land Rover Range Rover Sport TDV8
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Range Rover Sport HSE--D&M Motorsports Video Test Drive and Walk Around with Chris Moran
An in-depth look at a 2006 Land Rover Range Rover Sport HSE with Chris
Moran. Presented by D&M Motorsports. www.dmautosales.com
The Land Rover Range Rover Sport is a premium SUV that represents a shift
in focus for this SUV-oriented luxury brand. While traditional Land Rover
models have combined unbeatable off-road performance with the amenities of
a luxury sedan, the Range Rover Sport represents Land Rover's first entry
into the burgeoning high-performance SUV arena. It is designed to offer
sporty road manners and traditional Land Rover luxury without completely
sacrificing the go-anywhere abilities of other Land Rover models.
Despite its name, the Range Rover Sport is actually a modified and
shortened version of the old Land Rover LR3. As such, the Sport is the
smallest and most nimble SUV in the company's lineup. Overall, it is an
enjoyable and luxurious vehicle to drive as well as look at. Shoppers
seriously interested in getting maximum on-road performance out of an SUV
would probably be better served by a few of this Land Rover's competitors,
however, as they are able to deliver better acceleration and handling.
Handling performance is a definite step up from other Land Rover models.
The Range Rover Sport is the first Land Rover to offer the company's
Dynamic Response suspension system, which is standard on the Supercharged
model and optional on the HSE. Land Rover says that this
computer-controlled system senses cornering forces and automatically
adjusts the antiroll bars to optimize body control and handling. Dynamic
Response works as advertised, giving the Range Rover Sport a more agile
feeling when the roads get twisty, as compared to previous Land Rovers.
Off-road performance is still within the Range Rover Sport's repertoire as
well. A permanent four-wheel-drive system with a two-speed transfer case is
standard, and features an electronically controlled, infinitely variable
locking center differential that automatically distributes the available
torque to both drive axles as needed. Additionally, the Range Rover Sport's
Terrain Response System assures that the driver will be up to nearly any
off-road task. It offers five different settings that adjust throttle
response, gearchanges, vehicle ride height and the differentials to
optimize mobility in varying environments, ranging from pavement to sand.
Land Rover is also synonymous with luxury, which doesn't take a backseat in
the Range Rover Sport. Just about any premium feature that you will find on
most luxury sedans, or any of its luxury SUV competitors, is available on
the Range Rover Sport. The same holds true for safety items, with the usual
complement of airbags and electronic crash-prevention aids.
Unlike the Sport's older cabin design, the current RR Sport offers the sort
of ambience its big Range Rover brother has been renowned for. Occupants
are surrounded by supple leathers, rich wood trim and top-notch materials,
while the dash design is not only visually appealing but easy to use as
well. As always, though, the Sport isn't as passenger-friendly as its Land
Rover siblings. Headroom can be at a premium, and the backseat is best
suited for two people.
We are impressed with the Range Rover Sport's dual-natured capabilities on
and off-road. Its 5.0-liter V8s provide the sort of power this hefty truck
requires, and the cabin yields the luxury its well-heeled customers
deserve. However, besides the above concerns, there's also the matter of
its thirsty fuel consumption and Land Rover's poor record for reliability.
Used Land Rover Range Rover Sport Models
The Range Rover Sport debuted for the 2006 model year and is still in its
first generation. However, there are notable differences between the
current model and those made from 2006-'09.
Originally, the HSE was equipped with a 4.4-liter V8 that developed 300 horsepower and 315
pound-feet of torque. The Supercharged model was equipped with a 4.2-liter
V8 that, logically, employed a Supercharger to produce 390 hp and 410 lb-ft of
torque. However, the relatively high curb weights put a damper on
performance and fuel economy for both models. Both engines were backed by a
six-speed automatic transmission with different tuning than the current