The Luxury Tank With A Plug | 2023 Range Rover Sport Plug In Hybrid Review

While we all wait excitedly for the first full (which must be coming soon), JLR has actually crafted the next finest thing: a plug in hybrid Variety Rover Sport with 51 miles of variety, DC quickly charging, AND a full-sized spare tire. If you're trying to find the supreme plug in companion for your 3,000 acre sheep ranch in the Scottish highlands, this is it. Likewise, if you're trying to find a high-end SUV everyday chauffeur with sufficient variety and faster charging, examine this infant out over a BMW X5 PHEV. Just be prepared to pay the "high-end tax" due to the fact that this Variety Rover begins over $100K for the PHEV model …

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00:00 Introduction
01:30 How huge is it?
03:53 All about the PHEV System
07:02 Seat convenience test
09:12 Interior introduction
14:16 How does it drive?
23:25 How much does it cost?


6 responses to “The Luxury Tank With A Plug | 2023 Range Rover Sport Plug In Hybrid Review”

  1. ALMX5DP Avatar

    Crazy it has the same battery size as a small battery Nissan Leaf.

  2. S Davis Avatar
    S Davis

    How do you make a Range Rover even less reliable?

  3. ScoobyFermentation Avatar

    I’ll take the “new” Cayenne Hybrid

  4. jojo0827 Avatar

    Hey Alex, I’m in the bay area, and was genuinely interested in one of these, but every dealer I visited said, Land Rover has completely canceled all allocations of both the Range Rover Sport and Range Rover plug in hybrids! None of them gave me an explanation, but said they’re even canceling orders placed last year. They also said they’re not even entertaining orders for next year… any clue whats going on?

  5. naveenthemachine Avatar

    Uh 14:32 some camera issues alex?
    18:57 20:28

  6. Call Response Avatar
    Call Response

    I know it’s a stretch, but how does this compare to a fully-loaded Mitsubishi Outlander PHEV? I can’t help but see similarities..

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