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Third generation Range Rover Sport around the corner

David Berthon

The Range Rover Sport has long been a firm favourite both here and overseas with worldwide sales reaching over 1 million units since its inception in 2005. Details of a new third generation model has just been announced locally with deliveries expected in the fourth quarter.

A 12-model range starting from $139,160 for the entry D250 SE model, a significant price lift on the outgoing second-generation model listed at $120,016 which first arrived here in 2013.

The range tops out with the plug-in petrol electric hybrid P510e at $198,100.

The complexity of features across the range is staggering with a very high level of standard equipment to match the increased prices – all models feature permanent all-wheel-drive, eight-speed automatic and off-road features like wade sensing although most will see little off road activity, most doing their work in an on-road environment.

I’m David Berthon.

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