Become a host
  • How Turo works
  • Insurance & protection
  • Carculator
  • Host tools
  • Become a host
Log inSign up
Vehicle Image

1 of 9

Land Rover Range Rover Sport 2015

SE

4.82

(39 trips)

Pickup & return location
Enter a delivery address

Distance included

Day

200 mi

Week

1400 mi

Month

6000 mi

Insurance & Protection

Insurance via Travelers

Land Rover Range Rover Sport 2015

SE

4.82

(39 trips)

20 MPG

Gas (Premium)

4 doors

5 seats

Hosted by

Antoine

5.0

Antoine

All-Star Host

111 tripsJoined Aug 2017

Typically responds in 21 minutes

All-Star Hosts like Antoine are the top-rated and most experienced hosts on Turo.

Antoine has completed training on enhanced cleaning and disinfection practices.

Description

Since its launch in the mid-2000s, the Land Rover Range Rover Sport has acted as the shorter, sexier companion to the bigger Rangie. From the very start, its performance has been surprising--but in the early days its cabin was a little too cozy. That changed for the 2014 model year, when the Range Rover Sport adopted the architecture of the latest Range Rover, in the process getting more attractive, more capable, and more efficient all in one fell swoop, while retaining and improving on that SUV-uncharacteristic on-road performance. For 2015, Land Rover takes the Rover Sport to the next level with an all-out performance version dubbed SVR. The company says the SVR is the fastest Land Rover that has ever been sold. The science and engineering devoted to making the second-generation Range Rover Sport lighter and more nimble comes down to one word: aluminum. The Range Rover Sport migrated from its old steel body and chassis to an aluminum unibody like the one on the latest Range Rover. As a result, the Sport dropped about 800 pounds, putting most variants under 5,000 pounds, while picking up scads of drivetrain and handling tech that thrusts it more convincingly into the small set of sporty SUVs that really, truly live up to that confusing duality. In essence the Sport's a slice off the Range Rover, but there's plenty of stylistic influence from the smaller Evoque, especially in its profile. The look is almost pure Range Rover from the doors forward, save for a slimmer nose and winged headlamps. The roofline drops with the drama of the Evoque, with the Sport's styling culminating in an abbreviated tail clearly inspired by the compact ute. The cabin is pure Range Rover, calm and architectural, drawn to play up pure stretches of leather and aluminum, and filtered clean of buttons and switches as much as possible. The Sport's cabin has never looked better, and the latest model's extra room in almost all dimensions solves one of the least happy aspects of the first-generation version, though the second-row seat isn't quite as supportive as the Range Rover's. These are the sacrifices. New features for the 2014 model included so-called "5+2" third-row seating, allowing occasional transport of up to seven people, with full-time seating for five. You won't want to be back there if you can say your ABCs, though, trust us. The split between drivetrains divides the Sport into nicely done and awesomely hot camps, with the 2015 SVR adding a heretofore unthinkable third notch above that. A 340-horsepower, 3.0-liter supercharged V-6 engine is the base engine, delivering a nice 90-degree V-6 snarl and sub-7-second acceleration to 60 mph, in tandem with a sweet paddle-shifted ZF eight-speed automatic. The supercharged V-8 comes from a different planet entirely, one maybe with a timeshare in the American South: In standard form, it barks out 510 horsepower with NASCAR authority, ripping off 5-second runs to 60 mph. And new for 2015, an SVR version of that engine puts out an immense 550 hp and 502 lb-ft of torque that gets fed to upgraded mechanicals. With either of the standard powertrains, the Sport's ride/handling worldview tilts firmly to sport. The bigger Range Rover specializes in coddling while the Sport's air dampers and variable-ratio steering quicken up the pace. The V-8's Dynamic setting dials out much of the innate lean and scrub dictated by its height and weight. It's much closer now to the benchmarks set by the uber-utes from Germany. We expect the SVR will not just lean toward sport but be firmly planted there, with its upgraded chassis, firmer suspension tuning, meaty 21-inch wheels and tires, and myriad other tweaks that are aimed at making it a rocket of an SUV.

Features

Must be 21+ to book

Automatic transmission

AUX input

Backup camera

Blind spot warning

Bluetooth

GPS

Heated seats

Keyless entry

Long-term car

USB charger

USB input

Extras (2)

Add optional Extras to your trip at checkout.

Child safety seat

$25/trip1 available

Prepaid refuel

Save time, make drop-off a breeze, and avoid additional fees by adding this Extra, which allows you to return my car at any fuel level. Price includes up to a full tank of gas.

$70/trip

Ratings and reviews

4.82

(28 ratings)

Reviews

Tresurea N.

TresureaApr 5, 2022

This vehicle was nice but there is a safety issue. The front windshield has a huge crack that goes from the middle of the glass to the drivers side of the windshield. As a host he was polite and on time, no issue with the host at all but this is something that needs to be addressed before being rented out again.

Antoine's response

You ended the trip early and when I picked up the car you and your bf was apologizing to me about the brick that was thrown through my window. You also gave me a fake police report. Then you never responded or paid for the window after you acknowledged it was your fault. I would never rent to you again.

Turo

TuroFeb 5, 2022

The host cancelled this trip 14 minutes before it started. This message was automatically posted by Turo.

Antoine's response

Trip was booked one hour before start time

Tereasa B.

TereasaDec 14, 2021

Antoine was very responsive! We loved the Range Rover, it’s a very nice car!

Antoine's response

Thank you Tereasa!

GENORACE R.

GENORACEDec 13, 2021

It was a wonderful experience very good service . I recommend Antoine Nelson to any and everyone for your rental needs . His service is immaculate.

Antoine's response

Thanks Genorace!

Kelly P.

KellyOct 17, 2021

Great car, very clean, owner very easy and accommodating. Supper first experience

Antoine's response

Thank you Kelly!

Vehicle Image

1 of 9

Land Rover Range Rover Sport 2015

SE

4.82

(39 trips)

20 MPG

Gas (Premium)

4 doors

5 seats

Hosted by

Antoine

5.0

Antoine

All-Star Host

111 tripsJoined Aug 2017

Typically responds in 21 minutes

All-Star Hosts like Antoine are the top-rated and most experienced hosts on Turo.

Antoine has completed training on enhanced cleaning and disinfection practices.

Description

Since its launch in the mid-2000s, the Land Rover Range Rover Sport has acted as the shorter, sexier companion to the bigger Rangie. From the very start, its performance has been surprising--but in the early days its cabin was a little too cozy. That changed for the 2014 model year, when the Range Rover Sport adopted the architecture of the latest Range Rover, in the process getting more attractive, more capable, and more efficient all in one fell swoop, while retaining and improving on that SUV-uncharacteristic on-road performance. For 2015, Land Rover takes the Rover Sport to the next level with an all-out performance version dubbed SVR. The company says the SVR is the fastest Land Rover that has ever been sold. The science and engineering devoted to making the second-generation Range Rover Sport lighter and more nimble comes down to one word: aluminum. The Range Rover Sport migrated from its old steel body and chassis to an aluminum unibody like the one on the latest Range Rover. As a result, the Sport dropped about 800 pounds, putting most variants under 5,000 pounds, while picking up scads of drivetrain and handling tech that thrusts it more convincingly into the small set of sporty SUVs that really, truly live up to that confusing duality. In essence the Sport's a slice off the Range Rover, but there's plenty of stylistic influence from the smaller Evoque, especially in its profile. The look is almost pure Range Rover from the doors forward, save for a slimmer nose and winged headlamps. The roofline drops with the drama of the Evoque, with the Sport's styling culminating in an abbreviated tail clearly inspired by the compact ute. The cabin is pure Range Rover, calm and architectural, drawn to play up pure stretches of leather and aluminum, and filtered clean of buttons and switches as much as possible. The Sport's cabin has never looked better, and the latest model's extra room in almost all dimensions solves one of the least happy aspects of the first-generation version, though the second-row seat isn't quite as supportive as the Range Rover's. These are the sacrifices. New features for the 2014 model included so-called "5+2" third-row seating, allowing occasional transport of up to seven people, with full-time seating for five. You won't want to be back there if you can say your ABCs, though, trust us. The split between drivetrains divides the Sport into nicely done and awesomely hot camps, with the 2015 SVR adding a heretofore unthinkable third notch above that. A 340-horsepower, 3.0-liter supercharged V-6 engine is the base engine, delivering a nice 90-degree V-6 snarl and sub-7-second acceleration to 60 mph, in tandem with a sweet paddle-shifted ZF eight-speed automatic. The supercharged V-8 comes from a different planet entirely, one maybe with a timeshare in the American South: In standard form, it barks out 510 horsepower with NASCAR authority, ripping off 5-second runs to 60 mph. And new for 2015, an SVR version of that engine puts out an immense 550 hp and 502 lb-ft of torque that gets fed to upgraded mechanicals. With either of the standard powertrains, the Sport's ride/handling worldview tilts firmly to sport. The bigger Range Rover specializes in coddling while the Sport's air dampers and variable-ratio steering quicken up the pace. The V-8's Dynamic setting dials out much of the innate lean and scrub dictated by its height and weight. It's much closer now to the benchmarks set by the uber-utes from Germany. We expect the SVR will not just lean toward sport but be firmly planted there, with its upgraded chassis, firmer suspension tuning, meaty 21-inch wheels and tires, and myriad other tweaks that are aimed at making it a rocket of an SUV.

Features

Must be 21+ to book

Automatic transmission

AUX input

Backup camera

Blind spot warning

Bluetooth

GPS

Heated seats

Keyless entry

Long-term car

USB charger

USB input

Extras

Add optional Extras to your trip at checkout.

Child safety seat

$25/trip1 available

Prepaid refuel

Save time, make drop-off a breeze, and avoid additional fees by adding this Extra, which allows you to return my car at any fuel level. Price includes up to a full tank of gas.

$70/trip

Ratings and reviews

4.82

(28 ratings)

Reviews

Tresurea N.

TresureaApr 5, 2022

This vehicle was nice but there is a safety issue. The front windshield has a huge crack that goes from the middle of the glass to the drivers side of the windshield. As a host he was polite and on time, no issue with the host at all but this is something that needs to be addressed before being rented out again.

Antoine's response

You ended the trip early and when I picked up the car you and your bf was apologizing to me about the brick that was thrown through my window. You also gave me a fake police report. Then you never responded or paid for the window after you acknowledged it was your fault. I would never rent to you again.

Turo

TuroFeb 5, 2022

The host cancelled this trip 14 minutes before it started. This message was automatically posted by Turo.

Antoine's response

Trip was booked one hour before start time

Tereasa B.

TereasaDec 14, 2021

Antoine was very responsive! We loved the Range Rover, it’s a very nice car!

Antoine's response

Thank you Tereasa!

GENORACE R.

GENORACEDec 13, 2021

It was a wonderful experience very good service . I recommend Antoine Nelson to any and everyone for your rental needs . His service is immaculate.

Antoine's response

Thanks Genorace!

Kelly P.

KellyOct 17, 2021

Great car, very clean, owner very easy and accommodating. Supper first experience

Antoine's response

Thank you Kelly!

Pickup & return location
Enter a delivery address

Distance included

Day

200 mi

Week

1400 mi

Month

6000 mi

Insurance & Protection

Insurance via Travelers

Home ➜ SUV rental alternatives ➜ United States - Pennsauken Township, NJ

Turo

  • About
  • Team
  • Policies
  • Careers
  • Press
  • OpenRoad
  • Turo shop
  • App Store
  • Google Play

Explore

  • ©2022 Turo
  • Terms
  • Privacy
  • Sitemap