2017 Range Rover Sport vs 2017 BMW X6

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2017 Land Rover Range Rover Sport

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2017 BMW X6

The 2017 Range Rover Sport and the 2017 BMW X6 are both luxurious sport utility vehicles that can provide drivers in Biloxi, Mississippi with premium amenities, high tech features, and impressive performance. If that’s the kind of vehicle you’re looking for then you’ve got your work cut out for you, because both are exceptional models.

That said, there are some key differences that make the Range Rover Sport a better choice. Namely, it offers clear advantages when it comes to taking on all terrain conditions, and actual utility. Find out more about how the Range Rover Sport beats the BMW X6 here.

Powertrains and Performance

The first thing you should note about the BMW is that it doesn’t come with all-wheel drive standard. It gets rear-wheel drive, and you’ve got to pay more for the “xDrive” models to get all-wheel drive. The Range Rover Sport is equipped with full-time all-wheel drive with the advanced Terrain Response System in every single model. The Terrain Response System lets you dial in the traction, stability, throttle, and braking systems to meet your needs, whatever the conditions and situation call for.

Under the hoods of these two cars you’ll find similar engines in the base models. The Land Rover gets a 3.0L supercharged V6 that doles out a generous 340 hp and 332 lb-ft of torque. That’s more than the 3.0L inline six in the X6, which makes 300 hp and 300 lb-ft of torque. That should mean that the Range Rover will deliver more performance. It also offers more towing capacity, with a max trailer weight of 7,716 pounds. The X6 tops out at 6,000 pounds.

Comfort and Convenience

The latest Range Rover Sport also delivers more space in the cabin for both passengers and cargo. Inside the Range Rover Sport you’ll find up to 27.7 cubic feet of cargo space behind the rear seats, and up to 62.2 cubic feet of space with the second row folded, while the X6 tops out at 26.6 cubic feet and 59.7 cubic feet respectively. The Range Rover Sport also gives you more front and rear legroom, headroom, and shoulder room than the X6, so all passengers will be able to stretch out and relax.

Always Be a Winner in the 2017 Range Rover Sport

Drive the current 2017 Range Rover Sport today at Land Rover Gulf Coast. We are one of the leading local Destin and Biloxi area Land Rover dealers. Stop by Land Rover Gulf Coast at 1419 East I-65 Service Rd S South in Mobile, AL, or call us at 1 (844) 334-4108 today to learn more about the Range Rover Sport or any other Land Rover model.