The Range Rover Sport is a modern version of a luxury vehicle. With so many different models and configurations, it is often difficult to determine which model is right for you and your needs. In this article we will look at the differences between the standard models and different options that are available to buy to add value to your car.
The first difference between the Range Rover Sport and the other models of this series is in its engine and transmission configuration. The Sport has a different transmission than the other versions. It has a five-speed manual and the automatic transmission is only available on certain vehicles, such as the S model. The automatic transmission is also an optional accessory.
In the engine configuration there are two models to consider, the standard one which uses a diesel engine and the Turbo Diesel which uses a gasoline engine. The engine is generally located in the front of the vehicle. This means that the turbocharger can be more visible, whereas the standard design is not so easily noticeable. In the Turbo Diesel you will notice the presence of an exhaust system which is mounted above the engine, which aids in cooling the engine as well as adding noise reduction. The turbochargers are also located above the radiator and intake system, which means that they are very easy to find.
Another feature that sets the Rover Sport apart from all other models is in its roof and side mirrors. The roof and side mirrors have been specially designed to fit in the existing holes, as well as being fully adjustable to accommodate your height. The exterior paintwork is also unique and different to the others. Each model has its own style, with the black and silver colour combination being the most common and most desirable.
The Sport is designed for comfort and safety and features high levels of comfort in many areas of the car. The seats are specifically designed to provide a firm support when driving at a speed of thirty miles per hour or less, as well as offering the maximum protection from accidents. There are five airbags, including the emergency brake, and the seat belt system also features four airbags. The car also has air bags for both the driver and passengers when driving at higher speeds.
The suspension system is another major difference between the Sport and the rest of the models in the series. The Sport features are springs which are designed to provide additional stability at high speeds. The front and rear and side bumpers that can be adjusted depending on your taste. The Sport also features the roll control. and the car comes with a roof ladder to raise and lower the car and a glove box which are larger and easier to access compared to the other models.