Range Rover Sport 2019 is 4.3 Million Pesos And I Will Still Buy It

Even more sporty and performing, always with the utmost attention to safety: Range Rover Sport enriches its range with a new 3.09 SDV6 diesel engine with 249 hp and new driver assistance devices, for a driving experience at the highest levels .

The new twin-turbo 3.0-liter SDV6 249 hp diesel replaces the previously-listed 3.0-liter TDV6 and, in addition to the diesel option, the efficient P400 Plug-in Hybrid (PHEV) presented last year, with 51 km of autonomy with only electric propulsion.

With these latest changes, the luxury SUV branded Land Rover is not only more exciting to drive but also safer, despite its equipment already seemed more than rich.

Now, in fact, the Adaptive Cruise Control with Stop and Go has also been added to the safety package: "this device ensures that the vehicle maintains the safety distance and that it has the necessary space if the vehicle in front stops suddenly, restarting automatically if the stop does not exceed three seconds ", they specify from the parent company.

The system is available alongside the Adaptive Cruise Control with Steering Assist which "helps to keep the vehicle in the middle of its lane, turning slightly, with the driver's hands on the steering wheel.

This technology uses lane markings or, in the absence of this, the position of the vehicle in front.

Lane change, or braking, deactivate the system ".

Finally, the last gem: the High-speed Emergency Braking that reduces the risk of collision by braking in case an obstacle is detected at the front.

"These changes are based on the fact that the Range Rover Sport is the luxury SUV Performance. With a more efficient range of engines, new safety technologies and state-of-the-art lighting devices, this is a vehicle that demands to be driven, "concludes Nick Collins, Vehicle Line Director of Jaguar Land Rover.

The Range Rover Sport has a price list starting from 4,302,741.77 Philippine Peso and can be configured online on the official website.

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