Best used Range Rover Sport finance deals and offers

Like the idea of a luxurious Range Rover Sport but think it's too pricey? Think again, as it's more affordable used than you might think

Chris Rosamond
Mar 31, 2021

The Range Rover Sport has been hugely successful model for Land Rover since the introduction of the first model in 2005, which is great news for those looking for a used car, as there are loads of pre-owned models to choose from.

Even better news is that the current second-generation version was launched in 2013 and a replacement isn’t due until 2022, so if you get a used version now it will look up-to-date for a while to come. An upgraded media system was introduced in 2016, and so you might want to go for a post-2016 model to take advantage of this, if you can afford one.

The Range Rover Sport was designed to offer fans of the full-size Range Rover a cheaper entry point, without losing too much of that car's presence and upmarket feel. It’s only cheaper relatively speaking of course, and compared to many other luxury SUVs the Range Rover Sport remains a luxury option with a price tag to match its upmarket status.

Rivals for the Range Rover Sport include the Audi Q7, BMW X5 and Volvo XC90, used versions of which are all available on BuyaCar with huge savings available compared to the new prices. As well as prestige and performance, they all offer the possibility of seven seats, which is another one of the Range Rover Sport’s selling points.

The seven-seater Range Rover Sport, however, is pretty cramped in the optional rearmost row. If you’re not really bothered about the extra flexibility of having seats for seven then the Sport’s five-seat rivals include models like the BMW X6, Mercedes GLE and Porsche Cayenne. If you want a Range Rover, but would prefer something a little smaller, the newer Velar model launched in 2017 may be worth considering too.

As with any luxury model, while you can save a packet going used, it's worth remembering that running costs are likely to remain higher than with cars that cost less when new. Maintenance, fuel consumption and insurance bills can all hit you hard in the wallet if you're on a tight budget.

If you're after the most affordable way to access a Range Rover Sport, check out the Personal Contract Purchase (PCP) finance deals available. These involve paying a deposit upfront (though this can be as low as £0 in some cases), followed by a series of monthly payments and then a large optional final payment that you only make if you want to own the car at the end of the contract. If not you simply hand the car back with nothing more to pay - provided you've kept the car in good condition and stuck to the pre-agreed mileage limit.

Range Rover Sport deals

The new Range Rover Sport lineup covers a wide range of specifications, from the entry-level HSE diesel to the rapid 5.0-litre petrol SVR model. New prices range from around £65,000 for the HSE, while a high-specification Autobiography Dynamic costs from £86,000 and the high-performance SVR Carbon Edition weighs in at £115,000 before you add any optional extras.

Fear not, though. There's no need to pay such high prices to get your hands on a Range Rover Sport. We have 2016 models from around £34,000, with 2016 SVR models from around £60,000 - so buying used can save you serious money.

Meanwhile, if you're looking to pay monthly, then you could get a Sport from as little as £450* per month - not much for such a large and luxurious machine. That figure assumes a £3,500 deposit, a four-year contract and an optional final payment of around £17,000 that you only pay if you want to take ownership of the car at the end of the contract.

Which Range Rover Sport deal is best for you?

As mentioned, there’s a wide range of specifications and engine performance available from the Range Rover Sport range, so we’ve covered the individual trim levels in more detail below.

All the cars in the Sport lineup share their basic characteristics though, and the fact there’s only a single five-door body style makes life relatively simple. You do need to decide whether you want five or seven seats, but the truth is that there are relatively few Sports sold with the extra row, which limits your choice when getting a used car.

If you do want seven seats, therefore, selecting this on the BuyaCar search tool will quickly narrow down your car search. If you have a definite seven-seater requirement, you may also want to consider a people carrier or a supersized SUV. The Volvo XC90, for instance, offers decent space across all seven seats, making it a sensible choice for those who often carry seven adults.

The engine choices have changed somewhat over the years - even for the current model - with the entry-level 2.0-litre diesel being dropped in recent years, along with the most powerful 4.4-litre diesel. While the former offered decent economy and was pretty quiet, it doesn’t have much muscle. If value is more important to you than power, however, a used version could be worth considering. The old 4.4-litre diesel, meanwhile, has plenty of muscle, but is reasonably economical too, so could be a wise option for those who want to tow heavy loads. 

Nowadays, diesel buyers are given the choice of two 3.0-litre diesels with 300hp or 350hp, plug-in or mild hybrid options both with around 400hp, and the range-topping supercharged petrol V8 with 525hp or 575hp in the SVR. All versions feature a smooth-shifting eight-speed automatic gearbox, but if you want to use your Range Rover Sport off road it’s worth having the clever Terrain Response selectable drive system that’s standard on HSE Dynamic models and above, which helps you to get the most from the four-wheel drive system.

On the road, all Sport models are relatively agile if not overtly sporty, apart from the SVR which offers seriously fast performance - and fuel bills to match. The Sport is very comfortable to travel in, so is great for long distances, with the softest ride quality on lower-spec models with the smaller 20-inch wheels - as these put less metal and more rubber between you and the road. Luxurious interior specifications include full leather seats and a pair of touchscreens giving the car a contemporary, high-tech feel.

Range Rover Sport HSE deals

It may be the entry-level, but the Range Rover Sport is pretty lavishly equipped in HSE spec, and it looks good, too, with 20-inch alloy wheels and Matrix LED headlights - which give you the best possible view of the road ahead without dazzling oncoming drivers - plus fog lights on latest models. Inside the cars get high-quality Windsor leather interior trim, plus 16-way adjustable heated memory seats up front, and heated seats for rear passengers too.

There’s two-zone climate control, a high quality Meridian sound system, and an interactive driver display with the Touch Pro Duo twin-screen media system. The equipment list also includes a rear-view camera, front and rear parking sensors and cruise control.

There’s also a Range Rover Sport HSE Silver special edition which is worth looking out for. It adds a panoramic glass roof, privacy glass, larger 21-inch alloys, a heated steering wheel and Surround Sound audio upgrade to the standard HSE specs.

Nearly new Range Rover Sport HSE

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Range Rover Sport HSE
Used Range Rover Sport HSE

BuyaCar prices from £34,501
Monthly finance from £413*

Range Rover Sport HSE Dynamic deals

The Range Rover Sport HSE Dynamic is a slightly snazzier looking HSE which gets larger 21-inch alloy wheels in a gloss sparkle finish, ambient interior lighting and shiny metal pedals to give you a sportier feel.

There’s also a HSE Dynamic Black special edition that includes more popular options including a black exterior trim pack with tinted windows and the panoramic glass roof, as well as eye-grabbing 22-inch alloy wheels with a glossy black finish. The black theme extends inside with dark seats and headlining, and black trim veneers.

Nearly new Range Rover Sport HSE Dynamic

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Range Rover Sport HSE Dynamic
Used Range Rover Sport HSE Dynamic

BuyaCar prices from £39,999
Monthly finance from £537*

Range Rover Sport HST deals

The Range Rover Sport HST trim dollops on more luxury, and is recognisable from the outside by a carbon fibre exterior trim pack matched with a black contrast panoramic roof and tinted windows, plus gloss black 21-inch alloys.

Inside there’s a three-zone climate control system, surround sound audio upgrade and a heated suede steering wheel. HST spec also includes a Drive Pack with Blind Spot Monitor, Traffic Sign Recognition and Adaptive Speed Limiter.

Nearly new Range Rover Sport HST

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Range Rover Sport HST
Used Range Rover Sport HST

BuyaCar prices from £75,008
Monthly finance from £1,034*

Range Rover Sport Autobiography Dynamic deals

The pinnacle of Range Rover Sport luxury comes in the form of the Autobiography Dynamic, which is fitted out to a truly opulent standard.

Outside it’s likely to feature 22-inch gloss silver wheels and a black contrast sliding panoramic glass roof, while the interior features upgraded semi-aniline leather for an even more plush feel, and 22-way adjustment for the heated and cooled front seats.

Nearly new Range Rover Sport Autobiography Dynamic

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Range Rover Sport Autobiography Dynamic
Used Range Rover Sport Autobiography Dynamic

BuyaCar prices from £42,499
Monthly finance from £577*

Range Rover Sport SVR deals

One for extroverts and performance fans, the 575hp supercharged 'V8' motor is the only engine option in the Range Rover Sport SVR, and you can spot one from its Pixel LED headlights, contrasting black roof, quad tailpipes and lowered sports suspension. It also gets its own style of 21-inch alloy wheels, while the interior is trimmed to Autobiography spec but with special SVR sports seats.

The SVR Carbon special edition has bigger 22-inch alloys, plus a carbon-fibre bonnet and exterior trim pack, for maximum visual appeal to go with the SVR’s extreme performance.

Nearly new Range Rover Sport SVR

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Range Rover Sport SVR
Used Range Rover Sport SVR

BuyaCar prices from £66,500
Monthly finance from £981*

*Representative PCP finance - Ford Fiesta:

48 monthly payments of £192
Deposit: £0
Mileage limit: 8,000 per year
Optional final payment to buy car: £2,923
Total amount payable to buy car: £11,926
Total cost of credit: £2,426
Amount borrowed: £9,500
APR: 9.9%

BuyaCar is a credit broker, not a lender. Our rates start from 6.9% APR. The rate you are offered will depend on your individual circumstances.


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