Let’s say you want to go to the ends of the earth, and you want to get there, over land, as quickly as possible. The list of vehicles capable of getting you from point A to point B with all due haste, regardless of what’s in between, is indeed a short one, populated by the likes of the AMG-tuned G-Class Mercedes-Benz and the Land Rover Range Rover Sport.
The biggest divide between the two may be in price; while the G-Class AMG carries the kind of sticker price that only drug lords and extremely well-heeled suburban soccer moms can absorb, the Range Rover Sport is priced below even more road-centric muscle SUVs, like the BMW X5 M.
That makes the Range Rover Sport a near ideal blend of performance, capability and value, and we can safely proclaim the Sport to be the most engaging vehicle in Range Rover’s current lineup. It’s sized somewhere in between the Evoque and the full-size Range Rover and it borrows some components from the more pedestrian Land Rover...
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