Jaguar Land Rover Honolulu is pleased to present for sale this stunning 2014 Land Rover Range Rover Sport 3.0L V6 Supercharged HSE as part of our hand-selected pre-owned lineup. This gorgeous example is finished in the Red exterior paint and Ebony/Cirrus. Other dealer added factory options include: CARFAX One-Owner. Clean CARFAX. Red 3.0L V6 Supercharged 8-Speed Automatic 4WDRecent Arrival!JN Group Where Your Experience MattersReviews:* The 2014 Range Rover Sport almost looks too good to be true, but rest assured itÃ¢ s a perfectly practical SUV and as pleasing to drive as it is to behold. Source: KBB.com* Refined road manners; powerful engines; available seven-passenger seating; true off-road capability. Source: Edmunds* The 2014 Range Rover Sport was designed and built for adventure. Its sleek lines, with aggressive sculpted contours, give this vehicle a strong yet utterly refined look. Whether it is a night in the city, a drive through the country, or an excursion far off the beaten path, the Range Rover Sport is at home anywhere. It has been put through its paces in the harshest of conditions, the roughest terrains, and extreme temperatures and can confidently get you just about wherever you need to go. The interior of the Range Rover Sport is the epitome of refinement. Luxurious and modern, it has the creature comforts to relax you, and the technology to make your drives even easier. The designers wanted to make a vehicle that was a drivers car. They achieved this through features like incredibly supportive front seats, the new Sports Command Driving Position, and a thicker yet smaller steering wheel. To provide power for the Sport, there are two engine choices available. The first option is the 3.0-Liter LR-V6. It has 340 Horsepower, goes from 0 to 60 mph in 6.9 seconds, and gets an EPA estimated 17 MPG City and 23 MPG Highway. The other choice is the 5.0-Liter LR-V8 supercharged engine, with 510 Horsepower. It can go from 0 to 60 mph in an astounding 5.0 seconds and gets an EPA estimated 14 MPG City and 19 MPG Highway. Both options come equipped with an 8-speed automatic transmission. Plus, you'll appreciate advances in safety and agility with its entirely aluminum body structure. The Range Rover Sport comes in four trims: SE, HSE, Supercharged, and Autobiography. The base model SE model comes generously equipped with such features as: Pushbutton start, Remote-Sensing Unlock, 8-Inch Touchscreen Display with Navigation System, Front and Rear Parking Sensors, and multi-mode selectable Terrain Response. Come drive the 2014 Range Rover Sport today! Adventure is calling your name. Source: The Manufacturer Summary
The Range Rover Sport is available in SE, HSE, Supercharged and Autobiography models. SE and HSE get a 340-horsepower supercharged V6, while Supercharged and Autobiography models step up to a 510-horsepower supercharged V8 engine. In either case, power is delivered through an 8-speed automatic transmission. Acceleration with either of these models is very quick, thanks especially to the weight loss-- just 6.9 seconds to 60 mph for the base engine. The 4-wheel drive system in the Range Rover Sport provides a bias toward the rear wheels, sending more power to them most of the time for a more stable on-the-road driving feel. It works in conjunction with a Torsen differential and single-speed transfer case, while a separate system with a 2-speed transfer case and low range is optional. An available Terrain Response 2 system lets the driver simply dial in different conditions and terrains such as snow, mud, sand, gravel or rocks and the all-wheel drive and electronic stability systems will automatically choose the best settings and torque distribution to traverse it smoothly and confidently. Separately, the stability system offers a Dynamic mode, oriented toward enthusiastic driving on the road. Beside the driver is a simplified, control layout, with a higher center console and more sophisticated, customizable displays. Highlights among in-dash interface options include a 12.3-inch TFT display, along with a separate 5-inch TFT display, as well as an 8-inch touch screen at the center of the dash for entertainment, navigation and other 'secondary' functions. When the stability control is in its Dynamic mode, the displays on that main TFT screen change to a red theme. Underpinning the Range Rover Sport is a 4-corner air suspension with variable ride height. It has several different ride heights, depending on the speed (the maximum clearance is only available up to 31 mph), and can adjust its height about seven inches. The suspension is made of aluminum and fully independent, with double wishbones in front and a multi-link setup in back. In all, the suspension allows more than ten inches of travel for both the front and rear travel--an asset for off-roading, where wheel articulation is important. Steering is an electric-assist rack-and-pinion system, while brakes are strong Brembo 4-wheel vented discs. The new Sport is just a couple of inches longer than the previous model, yet it has a wheelbase that's seven inches longer, allowing significant gains in back-seat space. Five can fit in the Range Rover Sport, although on both the SE and Supercharged models, there's a third-row seating option that expands total capacity to seven. Seating for five is standard on the Range Rover Sport, accommodating two comfortably in the first row and three in the second road; even the second row now included adjustability (it slides nearly four inches fore/aft) and climate settings. A third-row seat is available and adds seating for two more; the setup doesn't sacrifice any cargo space as it folds completely flat into the floor when not in use. To help improve fuel efficiency, the Range Rover Sport now gets Intelligent Stop/Start technology. This system automatically stops the engine when at a stoplight, restarting it instantaneously as soon as the brake is released. But much attention has also been paid to cabin quiet; the Sport has multiple levels of extra sound deadening to help keep the interior quiet well beyond the levels of a normal luxury vehicle. Acoustic laminated glass is used to keep out outside and wind noise, and special bushings for the suspension help avoid transmission of road noise inside. Safety features in the Range Rover Sport include frontal, side curtain and thorax bags, plus active front seat belts. A number of active-safety features are available in the Range Rover Sport and they might help avoid an accident entirely. Examples include Lane Blind Spot Monitoring, Departure Warning, Traffic Sign Recognition, Flank Guard, Automatic High Beam Assist, Closing Vehicle Sensing, Reverse Traffic Detection and Adaptive Cruise Control with Queue Assist. Adaptive cruise control is also available and it will brake automatically if it anticipates a collision. The more contemporary, elongated design of the Sport, with its clamshell hood and floating roof design, along with side fender vents, is easily distinguished from a distance, while LED lamps are now used for the headlight and taillight clusters. Red Brembo brake calipers signal the sportier intent of this model. And if you order the Black Package, you can eliminate all the chrome, for even more of a performance look. Range Rover points out that there are eleven interior color themes, four different aluminum interior finishes, three real wood veneers, three headliner colors, and three contrast roof colors, along with a total of 19 exterior hues. Wheel options range from 19 to 22 inches in a variety of designs. One key difference that the Range Rover Sport HSE offers over the SE is a standard Dual Moon Roof; but it also includes perforated leather upholstery, heated front seats, and additional trim. Outside of the engine upgrade, the Supercharged model gets adaptive damping, as well as steering-wheel paddle-shifters. At the top of the lineup, the Autobiography gets adaptive headlamps with Automatic High-Beam Assist, upgraded ventilated front seats, heated rear seats, a heated steering wheel, tri-zone climate control, a center-console cooler, most of the aforementioned active-safety items and a 1700-watt Meridian Signature Reference system with 23 speakers, including a subwoofer. It's part of a connectivity package that includes voice control, Bluetooth audio streaming (and hands-free calling), and full USB connectivity. One noteworthy option is a rear-seat entertainment system, 4-zone climate control, a 7700-lb tow package and soft door-close.