Land Rover Range Rover Sport Leasing
About Range Rover Sport Leasing
If you choose Range Rover Sport Leasing, there are a wide choice of engines, but petrol P250 or p300 are great all-rounders.
After many years of Range Rover Sport leasing, we think the high-torque, SDV6 diesel continues to be a strong contender, especially for personal leasing where CO2 is less of an issue.
For Business Leasing, clients that wish to pay a lower benefit-in-kind should consider the P400e Plugin Hybrid. With competitive monthly costs & reduced exhaust emissions, it’s the most tax-efficient Range Rover Sport Lease currently available.
It just wouldn’t be a Range Rover Sport, that’s RRS for short, without the trim levels of HSE, HSE-Dynamic & Autobiography.
The latest SVR is also the fastest ever Range Rover Sport to lease from Land Rover’s Special Operations department.
We often ask clients, why they decided to lease their Range Rover Sport instead of buying one outright? Their answer “we leased a Range Rover Sport because of a simple once per month rental, low initial payments & at the end of the contract we just give back the keys”.
Returning the Range Rover Sport when the lease deal comes to an end, this all part of the contract. What are you waiting for?
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Yes, you can. As standard, there’s seating for five people but clients needing an additional two can upgrade a Range Rover Sport Lease to include 7-seats, a no-brainer because it’s available across most of the HSE, HSE Dynamic & Autobiography Dynamic trim levels.
From our experience, ‘3rd-row seating’ turns your luxury Range Rover Sport Lease into a practical way to transport seven people but comforting to know that at the touch of a button, when the 6th & 7th seats aren’t in use, they automatically fold away into the load area floor.
So, going for a 7-seat Range Rover Sport Lease won’t compromise your day-to-days or load carrying capabilities & the best news yet, all of this practicality is attainable with just a relatively small increase to monthly rental.
For business, leasing a Range Rover Sport with Contract Hire makes sound financial sense. Driving the latest model year, changing the Sport more often & without a worry in regards to future resale values in years to come are further reasons why a business should be considering a leasing a Range Rover Sport.
In the unfortunate circumstance an employee leaves without notice & the Range Rover Sport is no longer required a simple one-off termination charge can be paid to return the vehicle early plus an option to include a fixed price maintenance package that removes a risk of the unforeseen & a strain on business cash-flow, just at the wrong time.
The cost of leasing a Range Rover Sport is going to be influenced by several different factors. Generally speaking, take the lease over a more extended period & don’t overestimate on the annual mileage if you want two streetwise ways to keep monthly costs down.
The lowest cost way to lease a Range Rover Sport would usually be with a Contract Hire agreement based over four or even five years, with flexible initial payments to reduce your monthly outgoings, that’s if you’d prefer to pay more upfront. Please check out our latest Range Rover Sport Leasing & Contract Hire offers to see a wide variety of monthly rentals & different terms.
Optional extras enhance the ‘spec’ & enjoyment you’ll get from a Range Rover Sport Lease, but yes, they do attract an additional cost. It’s true, the standard specification for an entry-level Range Rover Sport HSE Lease is extremely good, but they’re still are plenty of functional, family-friendly & hi-tech upgrades tempting you into making the deal hi-spec.
For a quick estimation, divide the cost of each extra across the term of the lease to give an idea on price but it’s not always that straight forward! So, if you have a Range Rover Sport Lease specification in mind & want to know exactly how much those ‘nice to have’ extras are going to cost then request a bespoke quotation directly from our website, it’s quick, easy & comes without obligation.
In our opinion, Si4 Petrol is a neat engine that sounds great & has plenty of oomph.
In previous years, if you wanted to lease a Range Rover Sport HSE, then an SDV6 diesel engine was probably the go-to but the latest 4-cylinder, turbocharged petrol Si4 engine certainly has more than enough power to make leasing a Range Rover Sport HSE very enjoyable.
If you aren’t sure or just stuck on diesel then its clear cut – go for the SDV6 on lease.
There’s also the SDV8, a beast of an engine with monstrous torque but because the V8 carries another 260 KG of weight, you’ll find the point to point acceleration isn’t much more impressive.
When the larger engine comes into its own would be when motorway cruising or on European adventures so we’d say if it has to be a diesel Range Rover Sport Lease, an SDV8 is perhaps reserved only for those where value for money is of secondary importance.
Yes. With Morgan Highfield & Land all of the Range Rover Sport leasing deals we offer are for the supply of new Land Rovers & include a comprehensive manufacturer warranty from Land Rover.
In the unlikely event, your Range Rover Sport encounters a mechanical fault, or you feel something isn’t quite right then take your Range Rover Sport to an approved Land Rover retailer for inspection. For additional peace of mind, why not consider leasing your Range Rover Sport with maintenance?
No, not currently.
While leasing a Range Rover Sport P400e could be a smart move the powertrain is PHEV, so plug-in-hybrid & not exclusively a battery electric-powered vehicle. P400e is a modern fusion of both combustion petrol engine & short range of hybrid drive electric motor with a claimed range of just to 30 miles from Land Rover.
We’d probably say the electric reach is somewhat optimistic, so clients looking at full, battery electric vehicle wouldn’t find a P400e lease that suitable for anything more than the very shortest of journeys.
Leasing a Range Rover Sport P400e could be a great ideal, certainly by removing the risks of ownership but it’s probably fair to say the P400e Hybrid variant isn’t going to be a perfect match for everyone. The benefits of the P400e are easy to spot, Hybrid power, greener credentials & for business users with less company car tax – it’s just when you look a little closer than the downsides could become more of a problem.
Its load area space is compromised as a consequence of packing in all the batteries (have to go somewhere!), the boot floor is also higher which makes loading in all your gear more of a challenge. It’s important to remember, a Range Rover Sport wasn’t designed to be an electric vehicle, so there are limitations on optional equipment, not being able to order a deployable tow bar or those 7-seats might also put you right off.
Finally, for most clients proceeding with a Range Rover Sport Lease, it’s all about driving a larger SUV that’s very much sporty & fun.
So adding in all the extra weight of the P400e Hybrid drivetrain takes the shine off the legendary Range Rover Sport ride, also compromises fuel efficiency & becomes a chore when you quickly run out of charge.
Go for a Range Rover Sport HSE Dynamic Lease if you or business wants a sporty appearance, increased off-road capability & more refinement on the interior as part of the deal.
Larger alloy wheels give your Range Rover Sport HSE Dynamic Lease a more sporting look.
Terrain Response 2 with a twin-speed gearbox mean you can tackle just about any conditions & a version of the interior leather that extends across the door roll top & cockpit dashboard add an air of grandeur to the cabin.
It’s going to be a tough decision, but because we are Land Rover Lease Experts, we’ll help you find the right solution.
If you like the idea of painted black alloy wheels & stealthy badging, you’ll be pleased to hear both are popular choices for clients leasing a new Range Rover Sport.
From the off, essential to note trim parts you might have seen on a photo or brochure aren’t always standard fitment & often you’ll need to pay a higher monthly cost to upgrade.
So, if you’ve made up your mind, a choice of 21” & larger 22” painted black wheels for the HSE Dynamic trim level awaits & it has to be said, both of the split-spoke designs do look stunning.
You might even have been leaning towards leasing the Autobiography Dynamic, if so you’ll only have to pay an upgrade cost for the more giant rims but to give your Range Rover Sport Lease ‘the’ wow factor why not go for the Carbon Fibre Exterior pack?
If you do, then your Autobiography Dynamic Sport Lease will most certainly stand out from the crowd with high gloss bonnet vents, mirror caps & tailgate finishers all crafted from a beautiful carbon weave.
There’s no doubt, leasing a Range Rover Sport bags you one of the most exciting SUV’s on the market but if it’s our choice, we’d take the Si4 HSE & here’s how we’d ‘spec’ it up. Loire Blue with Ivory Windsor, 21” inch Diamond Turned Rims, heated steering wheel & soft door close.
Why? It’s a fabulous Land Rover colour. The deep, vibrant dark metallic blue, soft close is a classy touch (& isn’t that expensive) & what’s not to like about those rims?!
The petrol engines cater best for the needs of an average mileage & are generally great value on a longer Contract Hire deal. This way there’s more time to enjoy the lease & get to know your Range Rover Sport.
Privacy glass, auto-dimming mirrors & a surround camera system are usually ‘must-haves’ for both business & personal clients leasing a Range Rover Sport.
We’d also recommend the split-folding rear seat with load-through, really useful for those awkward items like fishing rods or trips to the local DIY shed! Land Rover’s Head-Up display is a cool feature, but then you didn’t want to go crazy?
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