The new Range Rover Sport is good, but good enough to beat the more road-focused Porsche Cayenne Turbo? Steve Sutcliffe finds out.
It's not surprising the Porsche was faster, better power to weight ratio and sports tyres compared to the all-weather tyres on the Range Rover. The differences would be less if you put the optional all-weather tyres on the Cayenne.
Speaking of options, the RRS at this level is highly specified and the options list is quite short. Compare that to the Cayenne turbo where there are something like 150 options to choose from, all ready to kill your resale value. Not only that, but the Porsche is something like £7k more expensive to start with. The options I have chosen for my RRS add only £3k to the list price, £750 of which is a 5 year service package. Configuring the Cayenne turbo to be like for like adds more than £20k.
By the way Steve, it's time you learned how to pronounce the name of the white car. It's not "Porsh", it's "Por-sha", but I guess you already know that.
I would prefer the range rover as its breathtakingly quick, especially with supercharging ,excellent front seats , and luxury interior is matched by luxury features.
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