Land Rover Range Rover Sport HSE
from £ 121,- per day*
- from 258
- 0 - 100 km/h in 7.6 s
Premium location fees apply for pick ups at airport and central station locations.
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Land Rover Range Rover Sport: Astonishing versatility
It is no secret that a Range Rover can expertly navigate all kinds of terrain from rocky canyons to winding mountain roads. Taking off-road prowess and matching it with handling akin to a sports car, the Range Rover Sport is a truly remarkable mid-size SUV. Factor in amenities like a powerful, supercharged V8 and seven-passenger seating and it is easy to see why this Range Rover makes for a great luxury car hire for urban or outdoor adventures.
Launched in 2005, the first generation of the Range Rover Sport set a clear intention: to balance the on-road refinement of a luxury car with the ruggedness of an SUV. Its smooth ride and robustness are due in part to its independently suspended chassis. Other highlights of the include an air suspension system that allows for three suspension settings, as well as a standard Terrain Response system that facilitates customized chassis and transmission settings to match the topography being traversed.
The second and current generation of the Range Rover Sport was unveiled in 2013. Although 400 pounds lighter than its predecessor, it is longer by about four inches, which allows for a third row of seats. The current model line-up includes a high-performance variant, the Range Rover SVR, which features performance upgrades such as a supercharged V8 engine. SVR models boast a quickness atypical for an SUV, blasting from zero to 60 mph in a mere 4.5 seconds.
Equipment for Range Rover Sport HSE
- 5 Persons
- 5 Doors
- 6 Pieces of Luggage
- Air Conditioning
|Luggage capacity||784 l|
|Fuel capacity||89 l|
|Max. power||from 258 hp|
|Max. power at speed||4000 1/min|
|Max. torque||600 Nm|
|At speed||2000 1/min|
|Additional information||Motorisation options at Sixt:|
Range Rover Sport HSE SDV6 (GER, UK, USA, FR, CH)
*For rentals in Switzerland, you must be in possession of your driving license for at least 10 years.
|Max speed||210 Km/h|
|Acceleration: 0 - 100 Km/h||7.6 s|
|Comsumption and Emissions|
|Consumption combined||6.9 l/100 km|
|Consumption in city||7.80 l/100 km|
|Consumption out of city||6.40 l/100 km|
|CO2 emissions||182 g/100 km|
Rough and tough the British way
Introduced in 1948 the very first Land Rover was a model called the Series I. Its creation was inspired by the brawny Jeeps that were employed by the US Army. Initially the Range Rover offered drivers little more than a canvas roof and permanent four-wheel drive. Despite being rough around the edges, it managed to establish the brand as the leading automaker of vehicles capable of blasting through even the most unforgiving terrain.
As the years went by Land Rover acquired its prestige and by the 1990s the brand had fully evolved into a luxury car manufacturer. These days you're more likely to see a Land Rover parked at a shopping centre than tackling a fearsome trail. Still, many Land Rover models continue to exhibit the indomitable spirit of their forbears, always ready to get down and dirty should the need arise.
Get behind the wheel of a Range Rover Sport with Sixt luxury cars
For those seeking a luxury car rental that can truly go anywhere, the Range Rover Sport is an ideal choice. It excels on paved roads like Klausen Pass of Switzerland and is equally at home on challenging trails like the Transfagarasan Road of Romania. For a thrilling ride with all the right comforts and amenities let Sixt hand you the keys to a Land Rover.