New and used Range Rover Sports price in Ghana
The Range Rover Sport, a luxury mid-size SUV, is an offshoot of Land Rover’s storied Range Rover lineup. Since its inception, the Sport has been positioned as a more driver-focused and dynamic version of the traditional Range Rover, combining luxury with performance.
Below is the price of Range Rover Sport in Ghana
|Range Rover Sport 2013||220,000 cedis|
|Range Rover Sport 2014||330,000 cedis|
|Range Rover Sport 2015||460,000 cedis|
|Range Rover Sport 2016||500,000 cedis|
|Range Rover Sport 2017||600,000 cedis|
|Range Rover Sport 2018||790,000 cedis|
|Range Rover Sport 2019||850,000 cedis|
|Range Rover Sport 2020||990,000 cedis|
|Range Rover Sport 2021||1,130,000 cedis|
|Range Rover Sport 2022||1,300,000 cedis|
First Generation (L320; 2005–2013)
- The first generation was introduced in 2005. While it was based on the platform of the Land Rover Discovery (LR3 in North America), its design took heavy influence from the larger Range Rover. It featured a sportier profile with a raked windscreen and a shorter wheelbase.
- The interior was plush with premium materials, advanced infotainment systems, and luxurious finishes that were characteristic of the Range Rover lineage.
Second Generation (L494; 2013–present as of my last update)
- The L494 was unveiled in 2013 and brought a revolutionary design. Adopting aluminum-intensive construction, it shed a significant amount of weight compared to its predecessor.
- Visually, it adopted sleeker lines, a floating roof design, and a more modern front fascia. The interior also saw an overhaul with more tech-oriented features and enhanced luxury elements.
Throughout its history, the Range Rover Sport has been offered with a variety of engines, including petrol, diesel, and hybrid powertrains:
- Initially, engines included a 4.2 L supercharged petrol V8 and a 2.7 L turbodiesel V6. Later, a 5.0 L supercharged V8 and a 3.0 L turbodiesel V6 were added.
- 6-speed automatic transmissions were standard, with certain models later getting a 8-speed automatic.
- Engine options included the new Ingenium family of engines, with choices ranging from four-cylinder turbodiesels to supercharged V8 petrol engines.
- A plug-in hybrid variant, the P400e, combined a 2.0 L petrol engine with an electric motor.
- Most models feature an 8-speed automatic transmission.
Available Models and Their Released Dates
First Generation (L320)
- 2005: Range Rover Sport was introduced with 4.2 L supercharged petrol V8 and 2.7 L turbodiesel V6 options.
- 2009: The vehicle received a facelift, introducing the 5.0 L supercharged V8 and 3.0 L turbodiesel V6.
Second Generation (L494)
- 2013: The all-new second generation was unveiled.
- 2017: The Sport underwent a facelift, updating exterior design cues, introducing the Touch Pro Duo infotainment system, and adding the P400e plug-in hybrid variant.
Over the years, there were numerous special editions and performance variants like the SVR, adding to the depth and breadth of the Range Rover Sport’s lineup. As the automotive world evolves, so does the Range Rover Sport, continuously blending performance, luxury, and technology.