When you're looking for a premium SUV in Houston, it doesn't take long for the Range Rover and Range Rover Sport to make it to the top of your list. Both offer the upscale finishes and innovative technologies you want in an SUV, but they do offer some unique selling points of their own to differentiate them from each other. We thought we'd give you a quick rundown of the differences between them, so you can more easily figure out which is right for you and your family.


The two are remarkably similar when it comes to their engine offerings, with each coming equipped with a standard 355-horsepower 3.0-liter engine that offers 365 pound-feet of torque. The Range Rover does weigh slightly more than the Range Rover Sport, so you may feel that the Range Rover Sport delivers a slightly faster response when you're accelerating.


The Range Rover is slightly taller and longer than the Range Rover Sport, so it's a bit more noticeable in Houston traffic. That extra size gives it an advantage in two areas, starting with a better maximum wading depth. The Range Rover also boasts a slightly roomier cargo area, though you still have ample storage space in the Range Rover Sport.


Both SUVs are loaded with the luxurious touches you expect, like premium LED headlights, ambient interior lighting, a Touch Pro™ Duo infotainment system, an interactive driver display, and a powered gesture tailgate, to name just a few. Since the Range Rover starts at a higher Manufacturer's Suggested Retail Price, it only stands to reason that it offers a few more standard amenities than the Range Rover Sport. These include a sliding panoramic roof, Lane Departure Warning, and Terrain Response®.

In the end, the best way to determine which SUV is right for you is to visit our showroom and take a measured look at each. We look forward to helping you make your choice!

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