Land Rover Range Rover Sport Recalls & Reliability
There have been no safety recalls issued from NHTSA.
Our reliability score is based on the J.D. Power and Associates Vehicle Dependability Study (VDS) rating or, if unavailable, the J.D. Power Predicted Reliability rating.
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1These scores come from consumer ratings of their vehicles after three years of ownership.
- Among The Best
- Better Than Most
- About Average
- The Rest
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The Range Rover Sport is covered by a four-year/50,000-mile basic warranty.
While not necessarily indicative of overall or long-term quality, a few reviewers note their quality observations. Cars.com says that "seams and gaps were all consistent and I didn't see any obvious fitment issues or loose covers." However, the notes some problems with their test vehicle: "First, the electronic parking brake engaged itself and would not release. I left the SUV sitting in my driveway for a few hours and when I started it again, the brake was no longer engaged, but the dashboard warned me of an 'engine fault,' and the V8's idle was rough and uneven. I enjoyed the Range Rover Sport when it was driveable, but its unreliability was shocking."