Used Land Rover Range Rover Sport 2006 Diesel for Sale

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Range rover sport 2.7 d auto full cream electric and heated front and rear seats Nct 03/18 2keys,just serviced and t/belt done at 120k very nice jeep,reverse sensors,height adjustable suspension.

Price €4,400
Body Type Estate
Doors 4
Owners 2
Gearbox Automatic
Mileage 123,000 Km
Fuel Diesel
MPG 29.57
TAX €1,345
Boot Size Big
Tax Expiry -
  • 2017
  • 2018
  • 2019
NCT Expiry -
  • 2017
  • 2018
  • 2019
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Key Facts

Make

Land Rover

Model
Range Rover Sport
Variant
HSE TDV6 2.7
Car Category
Other
First Launched
2006
End of production
2010
Engine (L)
2.7
Gearbox Type
Automatic
Gears
6 speed auto
Fuel type
Diesel
Body Type
SUV
Price New
€90,500

Running Costs

Tax
€1345
Tax Band
G
L/100km Combined
8.5
Average km/L
11.7
Fuel Tank Capacity (L)
89
Fuel Tank Range
1045 km
Cost of filling a tank
€108.49
Average Cost Per 200 km
€20.77
CO2 emmissions
265 g/km
CO2 emmissions standard
EU6

Performance

Brake Horsepower
190 bhp
Max Power kW
142
Displacement - CC (Engine)
2720
Engine Cylinders
6
Engine Position
Front, longitudinal
Number of valves
4
Aspiration
Turbocharging
Top speed
193 (km/h)
Acceleration(0-100 km/h)
12.7 s
L/100km Urban
13.20 L
L/100km Extra Urban
8.50 L

Space & Practicality

Body Type
SUV
Doors
5
Seats
5
Boot capacity
2015 L

Dimensions

Boot capacity
2015 L
Wheels
All wheel drive (4x4)
Tyre size front
235/65 R17 mm
Length
4790 mm
Width
1930 mm
Height
1785 mm
Wheel Base
2745 mm
Front Track (mm)
1785
Rear Track (mm)
1612
Kerb weight
2455 KG
Max trailer Weight (Kg)
3070

Technical Information

Engine Configuration
V engine
Engine Type
Front, longitudinal
Fuel Delivery
Diesel Commonrail
Front Suspension
Pneumatic elastic element
Rear Suspension
Pneumatic elastic element
Front Brakes
Ventilated discs
Rear Brakes
Disc
Steering
Steering rack
Power
190 bhp

Handsome, agile, powerful, image

Reliability, V8 thirst, limited range

Our Rating 4.1/5
  • Performance
  • Style & Design
  • Ride & Handling
  • Interior
  • Refinement
  • Safety & Security
  • Space & Practicality
  • Running Costs
  • Equipment
  • Engine Specs

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Land Rover Range Rover Sport ( 2006)

81/100
our score
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Pros
  • Styling & Design

    Beauty & Function

  • Engine Specifications

    Superb engines

  • Performance

    All are quick

  • Ride & Handling

    Superb dynamics

  • Interior & Ergonomics

    Excellent layout

  • Space & Practicality

    Proper space for 5

  • Safety

    Top spec

  • Value & Running Costs

    Not bad value

  • Quality & Refinement

    Lovely plastic/ride

  • Equipment

    Decent spec

  • Summary

    Handsome, agile, powerful, image

Cons
  • Styling & Design

    Needs big wheels

  • Engine Specifications

    Small range

  • Performance

    Diesel slow to 100

  • Ride & Handling

    No paddle shift

  • Interior & Ergonomics

    Annoying displays

  • Space & Practicality

    Tailgate/boot

  • Safety

    No fogs for S?

  • Value & Running Costs

    Expensive to run

  • Quality & Refinement

    Tales of woe

  • Equipment

    ‘Alpaca’ leather

  • Summary

    Reliability, V8 thirst, limited range

Style & Design
9/10

The differences between the Range Rover & Range Rover Sport aren’t obvious unless you park them side-by-side. The Sport is sexier than its bigger brother, thanks to its lower roof-line, more rakish rear window and meaner stance. The detailing is superb, too, so it looks every inch a quality machine.

Performance
8/10

The V6 diesel feels quicker than its 12.7sec 0-100km/h time & 193km/h top speed suggests but the V8 diesel stomps it for pace: 9.2secs & 209 km/h. The petrol V8 was only marginally faste but is 50% thirstier. The SC V8 is insanely rapid and savagely fuel hungry - 7.5secs, 225km/h & 15.9l/100 km.

Ride & Handling
9/10

The Sport is on a dynamic par with the BMW X5 and Porsche Cayenne but its better off-road than either. The steering is sharp, there’s almost no body roll and the brakes are much improved over early models. The ride quality is sporty but it’s still capable of covering vast distances with ease.

Interior & Ergonomics
9/10

The Range Rover Sport’s interior shares much of its components with the Discovery but the controls are laid out more intuitively and it has better seats. Only the slightly mis-placed electric window switches and rather basic stereo and trip computer displays irk.

Quality & Refinement
7/10

The Range Rover Sport seems, for the most part, to be very well made from very high quality materials. The have been known to be cranky, though, with electrical and hydraulic maladies affecting a number of cars. Refinement is top notch, though, despite the sporty ride.

Safety
9/10

The S comes with ESP, front, side & curtain airbags, cruise control, ISOFIX child seat mounts & three 3-point rear seatbelts & headrests. The SE adds foglamps, park aids, bi-Xenon headlamps, auto lights & wipers. 4.4 HSE adds active cruise. SC adds active ride, adaptive lights & Brembo brakes.

Space & Practicality
7/10

The Sport is a proper five-seater, i.e. it actually offers enough space for five adults, though getting all the luggage in might prove to be a bit of a challenge. The cabin is awash with useful storage spaces also, though we do lament the lack of a drop-down tailgate.

Value & Running Costs
7/10

Compared to the likes of the X5 & Cayenne, the Range Rover Sport isn’t bad value at all. It’s only about 10 grand more than a Discovery but looks and feels a lot more expensive. Running costs are high, even for the 10.2l/100km TDV6. The V8s are eye-water and won’t hold their value as well either.

Equipment
8/10

S has 17” alloys, cruise & climate, power windows & mirrors, remote locks, leather steering, CD, AWD & air ride. SE adds 18” alloys, park aids, Xenon lights, foglamps, auto wipers & lights. HSE adds 19” alloys, Sat Nav, memory seats & premium audio. SC adds 20” alloys, active ride & Brembo brakes.

Engine Specifications
8/10

Three engines are offered in the Sport, a 190hp, 440Nm 2.7-litre V6 diesel, a barking made 390hp, 550Nm supercharged 4.2 V8 and an awesome 272hp, 640 Nm V8 diesel. The V6 diesel is a fine engine but the V8s suit the Sport better. As of 2007, the 300hp 4.4-litre V8 petrol is no longer offered.

The Range Rover Sport is not new to us at new car. We’ve long been fans of the baby Ranger but the weak link has always been what lurks under the bonnet. Up to now we had to make do with a variety of capable but overworked six-cylinder diesels or obscenely thirsty V8 petrols but now, finally, it’s got the perfect powerplant courtesy of PAG's new 3.6-litre V8 turbo diesel. Its power output is an impressive 272hp but its torque figure is a mind-warping 640Nm which means that the diesel Sport isn't just nimble, it's kick in the kidneys quick these days.

Stomp on the throttle at a standstill and the Sport will heap off the line and power its way up through the slick six-speed gearbox all the way to its 209km/h top speed, passing 100km/h in just 9.2 seconds, some three second sooner than the TDV6 version. Traction isn't a problem thanks to its impressive AWD drive system (with standard air suspension and terrain response system in TDV8 models) so it never feels skittish under acceleration or speed, while the big V8 makes a cultured and purposeful road under full-load and is barely audible the rest of the time. Simply put, it's a superb union of excellent engine and outstanding machine.

Available in top spec HSE guise only, the Range Rover TDV8 is simply one of the most luxurious and upscale vehicles on the road today. The high-quality materials and the thoughtful, sports-watch styling of the dashboard make it feel very special inside, while the lofty driving position and sumptuously comfortable seats make it a delightful place to be, even if you're stuck in traffic, inching along.

Although it's not cheap at around a hundred grand, the Range Rover Sport TDV8 isn't the bank-siphoning money-pit the V8 petrol model is, returning a realistic average economy figure of around 11 litres/100km. That means that while it might cost you around €100 to fill it you could get up to 500 km between fills, which isn't bad for a 2.7 tonne beast.

As much as we liked the Range Rover Sport before, when fitted with the new turbo-diesel V8 our feelings start to border on down-on-one-knee adoration. The Sport was always a beautiful and decadent machine with an astonishing range of abilities from serious bog trotting to continent-crossing cruising but with the new TDV8 it’s now got the perfect mix of refined power and common sense as well.

Engine: 3.6-litre V8 turbo diesel, 272 hp, 640 Nm
Transmission: 6-speed automatic
Acceleration: 0–100 km/h: 9.2 seconds
Top speed: 209 km/h
Economy: 11.1 L/100 km
CO2: 294 g/km
Boot Capacity: 958 litres
Weight: 2675 kg
Base Price: €99,980
Price as tested: €102,960
Verdict: Powerful, refined, beautiful, sumbtuous, elegant, sublime. Our favourite of all the luxury cars on sale today.

5 Stars

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