2007 Range Rover Sport Model Year Details


2007 RR Sport off roadOverview
2007 Model Year Statistics
Powertrain
Chassis & Suspension
Exterior
Interior
Standard Features
Special Editions
Technical Specifications
Other
 

 


Photo:  2007 Range Rover Sport off road (Land Rover press photo)


Overview
Changes for 2007 included the addition of a Personal Telephone Integration System with Bluetooth ® capability as standard, one-touch operation for the front passenger’s power window, and a clock function added to the driver’s message center. SIRIUS satellite radio was now standard on the Supercharged V8. Customers who opted for the Supercharged model could choose between light Cherry or dark Oak wood accents, LUX or sporty Supercharged-unique leather upholstery, and optional Stormer 20-inch aluminum-alloy wheels. 

 

2007 Model Year Statistics

The manufacturer’s suggested retail price fort The Range Rover Sport HSE was $57,950 while the Range Rover Sport Supercharged had a 2007 MSRP of $71,250. Both prices included a $715 destination charge.

Powertrain:
No changes were made from the 2006 model year.


Chassis and Suspension:
07 RR Sport on the rocksNo changes from the 2006 model year.

Wheels & Tires:
19x9 inch wheels with 255/50R19 tires continued to be were standard on the HSE, while the Supercharged model came with 20x9.5 inch wheels and 255/45R20 tires.

Photo at right: 2007 RR Sport on the rocks showing suspension articulation (Land Rover press photo)


Exterior:

By the 2007 model year Bonatti Gray was replaced with Stornoway Gray, and Atacama Sand, Tonga Green, Cairns Blue and Legano Teal had disappeared from the color lineup. This left eight exterior colors on the HSE and six colors on the Supercharged model, as follows:

Arctic Frost (HSE only)
Rimini Red
Buckingham Blue
Java Black
Zermatt Silver
Chawton White
Stornoway Grey
Giverny Green (HSE only)


07 interior RR SportInterior:
The Personal Telephone Integration System with BlueTooth ® technology to accommodate the owner’s mobile phone in a console cradle became standard on both models, as did one-touch window operation for the front passenger. A clock function was added to the driver's message center.

The Aspen seat and carpet colors had disappeared from the list of choices, but the Ivory seat/Ebony carpet combination was available on both models instead of just the Supercharged. Thus the seat and carpet color choices were reduced from five to three, as follows:

Ebony seats/Ebony carpet
Alpaca seats/Alpaca carpet
Ivory seats/Ebony carpet (Supercharged only).

Photo at right: Land Rover press photo depicting Ivory/Ebony color combination in 2007 RR Sport.

The Supercharged model also offered a new choice between light Cherry or dark Oak wood accents, and LUX or sporty Supercharged-unique leather upholstery.

Audio & Navigation Equipment
No change from previous year except Sirius radio standard on Supercharged model.


Other Standard Features
2007 RR Sport controlsNo change from 2006. Main features continued as follows:

Comfort and Convenience

Safety & Security


Options:

 

Cold Climate Package (HSE only / Std. on S/C)

$1,300

Luxury Package (HSE only / Std. on S/C)

$3,000

Dynamic Response Package (HSE only / Std. on S/C)

$2,000

Individual Options

  • Electronically controlled infinitely variable locking rear differential (all models)

$500

  • DVD-based Rear Seat Entertainment system (all models)

$2,500

  • SIRIUS Satellite Radio – service not included (HSE only / Std. on S/C)

$400

  • Adaptive Cruise Control (S/C only)

$2,000

  • 20-inch aluminum-alloy Supercharged wheels and 275/40R20 radial tires (HSE only / Std. on S/C)

$4,000

  • 20-inch aluminum-alloy ‘Stormer’ wheels (S/C only)

$1,000

  • Lined Oak wood trim (S/C only)

no charge

  • LUX premium leather trimmed seats (S/C only)

no charge

 
2006 Model Year Range Rover Special Editions:



Technical Specifications
Unchanged from the 2006 model year. For full technical specs please see the 2006 RR Sport Technical Specs Page.

Other

Wading depth 700 mm (27.6 inches).
Ramp breakover angle (hi mode) 25 degrees

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