Range Rover Sport MPG
If you’re looking for a luxury midsize SUV with high fuel efficiency, the 2019 Land Rover Range Rover Sport is a great option.
That’s because it has impressive fuel economy ratings throughout its entire engine range. Beyond that, though, the vehicle itself performs well on any type of road throughout the Santa Fe, White Rock, and La Cienega areas.
In this Range Rover Sport MPG review, we’ll give you the numbers you’re interested in. Plus, we’ll give you an overview of the performance as a whole, helping to make your buying decision easier.
2019 Range Rover Sport Fuel Economy Ratings
The 2019 Range Rover Sport offers a variety of MPG ratings, depending on which engine you opt for:
- 254 horsepower 3.0L V6: 22 city/28 highway MPG*
- 518 horsepower 5.0L V8: 17 city/22 highway MPG*
- 575 horsepower 5.0L V8: 15 city/20 highway MPG*
No matter what, though, you’ll be able to drive around for hours before needing to stop and refuel.
Land Rover Range Rover Sport Performance Specs
The Range Rover Sport is more than just a fuel-efficient SUV. It’s also quite powerful and handles well both on- and off-road.
The vehicle comes standard with a 3.0L V6 diesel engine that delivers 254 horsepower and 443 lb-ft of torque. If you’re craving even more muscle, there’s the available 5.0L V8 engine. This one churns out 575 horsepower and 516 lb-ft of torque—giving you plenty of power for any driving situation.
As we mentioned before, this vehicle handles very well when going off the beaten path. One reason for the SUV’s high capability is Terrain Response®. This feature lets you choose from five modes, including Mud & Ruts, and Sand. It’ll then adapt the responses of the car’s engine and chassis systems to match the demands of the terrain.
Plug-in Hybrid Electric Vehicle
The new Sport is also available as a plug-in hybrid automobile—helping you to really go the distance.
Known as P400e, the model operates under a combination of a 2.0L Si4 Ingenium Gas engine and 105kW electric motor. Plus, it comes with a 13kWh battery that allows you to travel up to 29 miles on a full charge.
You can plug in the car at home to fully charge in 14 hours, so you’ll be good to go by the time you leave for work in the morning. If you need to get going sooner than that, you can use a dedicated 32-amp AC charger to get a complete charge in just 2.75 hours.
Furthermore, the battery allows you to drive in EV (Electric Vehicle) mode. This is when the car runs solely on the electric motor by using the energy stored in the battery—resulting in zero-emission trips. However, if you need more power, or if the battery charge drops to an insufficient level, then the gas engine will kick in.
Test Drive the 2019 Range Rover Sport
Overall, the 2019 Range Rover Sport has the fuel economy you need for all kinds of travels around Santa Fe, White Rock, and La Cienega.
If you want to take the vehicle for a spin and test its MPG ratings for yourself, don’t wait. Schedule a test drive at Land Rover Santa Fe today!
*All figures are EPA estimates. Actual mileage may vary.