What are the pros and cons
By: Lalita on 14 january 2015
On comparing the pros and cons of the SUV, the pros seem to outweigh the cons. The pros include advanced safety features like ABS, EBD, BA, traction control, terrain response system, airbags etc., superior comfort seating with adequate leg space inside the cabin, robust looking dynamic looks and a high ground clearance of 278mm. The cons include high maintenance cost, lower fuel economy, especially in the petrol run trims, and no panoramic sunroof in the base variant.
The amazing SUV is not free from cons so here I have listed some of the most common pros and cons of this car.
• Advanced safety features such as ABS, BA, EBD, Traction control, Airbags, Terrain response system, and so on.
• Higher comfort
• Enough leg space inside the cabin
• Stunning looks
• High cost of ownership
• High maintenance cost
• Lower fuel economy
• Lack of panoramic sunroof
According to me this car has more pros than cons. The pros are as follows adequate leg and cabin space for the passenger travelling in the car and advanced safety features equipped like ABS, airbags, terrain support system etc. Speaking about the cons the maintenance cost of the car is a bit high and lower fuel economy other than this is the best luxurious and spacious SUV I have ever experienced.
I also believe on looks as when we are spending that amount of money to buy a car then its natural, we will expect everything from the car. As you get inside you will feel the luxury that would attract any buyer. So for me car should also look great and I am happy with this Land Rover car as it fulfils my hunger of a beautiful car. Only con it has high maintenance cost.
I think the car is the top contender in its segment with maximum pros. The leather seats are amazing and provide maximum comfort. It is the perfect blend of beauty and performance. The engine is very powerful and produces 390 horsepower. Engine is powered by 6 speed automatic transmission, V8 engine and wheel drive. Areas of concern are high fuel economy, lack of panoramic view and high maintenance cost for the buyer.
The Sport uses the same aluminium construction as the full-fat Range Rover, meaning it’s far lighter than its predecessor: around 400kg model-for-model, in fact. Though predictably ballistic on road, the Sport can do the business off tarmac as well but at the same time its maintenance is quite expensive. It’s a feast to watch someone driving this car but at the same time it can cost so much to maintain that feast.
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