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 |  Feb 19 2014, 3:45 PM

7. Range Rover Sport Supercharged - 5.0 seconds


Like the Land Rover brand but want something sportier? The Range Rover Sport can also be had with the same supercharged engine as the standard Range Rover, offering 510 hp and 461 lb-ft of torque in a more stylish and affordable package. That means for $79,100 you get to have a faster SUV, hitting 60 mph in 5.0 seconds flat, while getting better fuel economy at 17 mpg city, 23 mpg highway.

SEE ALSO: 2014 Range Rover Sport Review

  • Csmith

    Why only include the 0-60 times? I think the 1/4 mile might be a better test overall instead of just the quick sprint, otherwise I thought the article was great.

  • MattieS

    Maybe they’re thinking in the span of red light to red light. . . . .

  • ColoradotoCali

    The X6 M is the fastest SUV – 0 to 60 in 4 seconds…not sure how you got your numbers on the Porsches

  • STI Turbo

    most cars here are european, and no one uses 1/4 mile times as benchmarks in europe so brands do not release this data.

  • worldbfree4me

    Nice, but there is no way I’d pay that for a Jeep. So, I suppose that Audi and the BMW present the best value proposition at least until the Porsche Maccan arrives!

  • Twinkledoodle

    why not? great interior and fast. best value out of these SUVs

  • Justin Wallace

    The fastest SUV is the Nissan Juke-R….

  • mcooper

    What about the fx50 at 5.0 seconds

  • Lame

    It’s distressing to see so many cars on a list of SUVs. Hardly any of these are actually Sport Utility Vehicles. Some of them appear to be the size of COMPACT cars.

  • frank

    I can’t believe the Toyota FJ didn’t make this list. They are incredibly quick.

  • Boris

    I’ve timed my slightly modified QX70S at 4.8

  • Bill

    Where is the Porsche Macan Turbo with the Sport Chrono package? It’s rated at 4.4 seconds, and should just sort of be made into the RS Q5…

  • Dino A

    Was the ML 63 AMG with the performance package or not? If not, i have destroyed every cayenne S i have ever raced…. this is before i put my Renntech chip in… after that its not even fair, i can take 911′s…

  • bcl187

    Put the HellCat Supercharge in the Grand Cherokee..it’ll smoke all of them. When Chrysler (jeep) starts supercharging or turbocharging their Vehicals…Game Over…hellcat engine 6.2 600+hp 600+ lb of torque ..not even Germans can screw with it. U gotta give Jeep it’s probs for the 6.4..the top five were either turbo or supercharged…once Chrysler starts bringing in the HellCat Enginr..again game over for all. I driven the new SRT GC…it’s handled and goes like a beast!

  • Mohammad Patrick Ročka

    I just got rid of my Jeep Grand Cherokee and replaced it with a Subaru Forester and an Audi Q5 and I could not be happier.
    My Subaru kicks but in quality, reliability, safety and off roading AWD
    My Audi Q5 TDI with over 400 ft/lbs of Torque and over 30 mpg out powers and out accelerates almost anything chrysler could even dream of.
    Jeep has good power & great off roading but quality, reliability and durability as well as safety all suck. Stupid issues like the A/C, the heater and stupid power windows falling into the doors because of the use of cheap plastic components all ruined the Jeep and chrysler brand to make me give up on all chrysler products after having owned 5 chryslers, from every decade since the 50′s except one.
    1. 1956 Plymouth Savoy w/ push button transmission
    2. 1973 Plymouth Fury III
    3. 1985 Dodge B150 Cargo Van
    4. 1997 Chrysler
    5. 2002 Jeep Grand Cherokee

    oh and the notorious electrical issues that every chrysler will eventually have, sad, sad sad.

  • Nick

    There is a world of difference between a Cayenne S and a Cayenne Turbo S…about 130 horsepower to start.

  • NannerAirCraft

    Can’t wait for the Tesla Model X with dual motors to beat all of these cars probably with a less than 4 sec 0-60 time.