A short while ago, Range Rover had only two models. The Range Rover, and the Range Rover Sport. Which meant that your design on which car to purchase was relatively simple, and largely dictated by the price.
Now however the British car manufacturer have expanded their car offering. This could become confusing to some, and it can be hard to distinguish between an entry level model and the top end model.
Current Car List & Range Rover Prices
Range Rover Evoque Price £31,295
Range Rover Velar Price £45,260
Range Rover Sport Price £64,725
Range Rover Price £83,655
Range Rover Evoque – The Entry-Level
Currently, within its four main models, the Evoque is the entry level car. Priced at just over £31,000, the Evoque appeals to those who want to buy in to the Range Rover family and ethos without the large expense of the bigger models.
Range Rover Velar – The Stylish Choice
The Velar is targeted to the buyer who is looking for a stylish SUV. It has a more distinctly styled look when compared to the other models in the family, and fits nicely in to the gap between the Evoque and the Sport models.
Targeted to take on competition such as the BMW X4 and Porsche Macan, the Range Rover Velar price starts from just over £45,000.
Range Rover Sport – The Drivers Car
The Sport model is the most dynamic car across the whole offering. It’s a little smaller than the flagship model allowing it to corner more dynamically and pull harder, despite having the same engine and power output.
Being smaller, the Range Rover Sport price is a touch cheaper than the flagship model, starting from £64,725. This is the car that we would purchase (and we have done in the past).
Range Rover – The Ultimate SUV
The flagship model is the epitome of class, style and luxury. This is the car to purchase if you are looking to make a statement. It boasts the best engine, the best interior spec list, and is the largest model across the whole collection.
Prices for the flagship Range Rover start from £83,655 making it the most expensive model by almost £20,000.