Oh so able… beneath all the bling
Theres a certain type of vehicle that gets tainted by its own image, and the Range Rover Sport is one of them. People look at it and think footballers wife but beneath its blingy image, its as down-to-earth as they come.
Lets look at what the SE doesnt have that the rest of the range does. Were talking about things like a fridge and a television, so entry-level doesnt exactly mean poverty-spec. Trading up to the mid-range HSE also adds things like intelligent shock absorbers, keyless ignition, electric lumbar support, heated rear seats and interior mood lighting. Again, things which many people have learned to live without. Seat leather gets higher-quality as you move up the range, and the alloys get progressively bigger. Each model has its own front grille, too. When you finally arrive at the lofty heights of the Autobiography version, you add surround-sound audio, radar-operated cruise control and headlamps that know when to dip themselves. Theres more leather, the steering wheels heated and a button on the key fob operates a heater to warm the car up when its parked. Lavish? Just loads.