If I were in the market for a Land Rover, I think I'd pick the Range Rover Sport. I'd be willing to bet that most people can't tell the difference between the RR Sport, which starts at $60,495, and the much more expensive Range Rover, which has a base sticker of $79,275. Of course, our heavily optioned Supercharged edition is more dear than a base Range Rover-but you'll pay $95,195 for a supercharged Range Rover.
Ever since the Range Rover Sport debuted in 2005, I've loved its sporty, cockpit-style interior. This particular test vehicle has lovely black leather seats with contrasting white stitching. The interior also features nice fake wood around the center stack; in fact, I think Land Rover probably offers the best fake wood on the market today, and I mean that in the best way. Many people despise SUVs for various reasons (such as the RR Sport's 12/17 mpg city/highway EPA rating), but to me, the Range Rover Sport is easy to love.
Rusty Blackwell, Copy Editor