The 2021 Range Rover and the 2021 Range Rover Sport are a couple versatile SUVs. They look great, have room for everything you need, and underneath it all, they're tough, too. Which one is right for your travels around Florham Park and Franklin Lakes, though? To help families in Parsippany, Mendham, and Morristown, NJ, decide, the team at Land Rover Parsippany looked at how they stack up in this 2021 Range Rover vs. Range Rover Sport comparison.

Range Rover vs Range Rover Sport Specs

With standard All Wheel Drive and an Electronic Air Suspension, the 2021 Range Rover and the Range Rover Sport are ready for anything. They can also adapt to different driving conditions with Terrain Response®. This system gives you selectable driving modes, like Grass/Gravel/Snow, Sand, and Mud & Ruts.

Under the hood, each one offers six powertrains. If you'd like one that's both efficient and powerful, there's a 3.0L V6 Turbo Diesel engine. It gets up to 443 lb-ft of torque in both SUVs. For a powertrain with even lower emissions, they both offer a plug-in hybrid system, too.

If you want your SUV to feel like a roadster, check out their Supercharged 5.0L V8 engines. These deliver 516 lb-ft of torque in both SUVs as well as an exciting 557 horsepower in the Range Rover and 575 horsepower in the Range Rover Sport.

While the Range Rover is the larger SUV, both vehicles are capable of towing up to 7,716 pounds. That's enough power to take a camper on a family trip, haul a heavy trailer, or bring a boat to the beach.

Range Rover vs Range Rover Sport Interior Dimensions & Amenities

With leather seats and a leather-wrapped steering wheel, the Range Rover and the Range Rover Sport feature the kind of design that never goes out of style. They also offer lots of ways to get comfortable with power adjustable front seats.

Heated front seats come standard to help you warm up in the winter. They both make sure your passengers are toasty, too, with available heated rear seats. The Range Rover also looks out for you on long drives by offering power massaging front seats.

While the Range Rover and the Range Rover Sport share a similar style and most of their amenities, they feature very different dimensions. For example, the Range Rover is available with a Long Wheelbase. This gives passengers in the second row extra legroom and bumps up the maximum cargo room to 77.5 cubic feet.

On the other hand, the Range Rover Sport is a compact SUV that proves big things come in small packages. It provides up to 63.7 cubic feet of cargo room and offers a third row that expands the seating capacity to seven.

 

Range Rover

Range Rover Sport

Total Cargo Room

77.5 cubic feet

63.7 cubic feet

Seating Capacity

5

7

 

Range Rover vs Range Rover Sport Technology & Features

In the midst of their old-school luxury, you'll find some of the latest technology. The 2021 Range Rover and the Range Rover Sport are both equipped with two 10-inch Touchscreens. They include lots of smartphone-compatible features thanks to the Touch Pro Duo infotainment system.

On top of it being like having your own personal command center, this system is easy to use and helps you see where you're going. You'll be able to get turn-by-turn directions, view a map of your route, and back up safely with the following features:

  • Apple CarPlay®
  • Android Auto™
  • Navigation Pro
  • Voice recognition
  • Rear Camera

Test Drive an Exciting Luxury SUV

Contact the Land Rover Parsippany team to learn more about the Range Rover vs. Range Rover Sport comparison and test drive the one that's right for you around Parsippany, Mendham, and Morristown. Both luxury SUVs offer a comfortable ride, lots of cargo room, and high-tech features to families in Florham Park and Franklin Lakes, NJ.

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