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Land Rover Range Rover Sport: zippy, powerful, and slim

The sport version of the 2014 Land Rover Range Rover has a powerful engine and is 800 pounds lighter than its predecessor. It's a standout option for those looking for sporty SUVs, Padgett says.

By Marty PadgettGuest blogger / July 11, 2013

A Range Rover Sport from Land Rover is displayed on stage after an unveiling at the New York International Auto Show in New York, New York, in March 2013.

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It's new for 2014, and though the Land Rover Range Rover Sport looks familiar, the scope of change it brings is pretty vast. A better off-roader than ever, it's also quicker than ever, more deft on pavement, and more finely rendered.

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