Land Rover announces its sizzling spring sale
We've broken down the detail to give you seven of the hottest offers
7. Range Rover Evoque
Starting off with the most accessible model of the lot. The Range Rover Evoque is built in the manufacturer's Halewood plant on Merseyside. It’s been on sale since 2011 but since it was updated in 2018, the Evoque has become the class-leading Premium Small SUV. By the end of 2019, over 883,000 models had been sold globally and that number is expected to have climbed considerably since then thanks to continuous tweaks and improvements. The current Evoque is on sale from £32,100 and in hybrid form can return a staggering 141 mpg when driven sensibly. Of course, the interior is suitably plush but buyers will also appreciate the 591 litres of boot space available, which is an awful lot for a car in this segment. Right now, Land Rover is offering up to £1,000 as a deposit contribution on new Evoque models bought before the 8th of March - so if you’re in the market you need to get your name down ASAP!
6. Land Rover Discovery Sport
The second most accessible model in the showroom is the Land Rover Discovery Sport. Think of this as a more sprightly alternative to the dominating Discovery. The Disco-Sport still has excellent off-road capability and a lot of luggage space (963 litres with the seats folded down!) but its a bit more versatile than it’s larger sibling, the Discovery. The compact dimensions allow it to balance the adventurous journeys in the countryside with the more monotonous chores in suburbia. Perfect the outdoors families among us. There’s actually a new model of the Discovery Sport for 2021, and it comes with a more luxurious interior with soft-touch materials replacing scratchy plastics, as well as technological improvements too. Don’t worry, the 2021 model only starts from £5 more than the 2020 model at £31,915 - which is excellent value. Right now as part of the Land Rover Spring Sale, the Discovery Sport is available with up to £5,250 as a deposit contribution when purchased directly from a Land Rover dealership.
5. Range Rover Velar
When the Velar was first released in 2017, it was hard to see where the model fits in the lineup. Somewhere between a Sport and an Evoque, we were told. 4 years later and it’s hard to think why the Velar took so long to come around. Think of this as a more flamboyant, stylish and elegant bridge between the compact Evoque and the substantial Range Rover Sport. The Velar is a beautiful looking thing and as of 2021, it is available with a hybrid powertrain that allows owners to reach up to 130.2 mpg while emitting just 49g/km of CO2. Don’t go thinking that the striking roofline and elegant curves have hampered practicality. The Velar still comes with a massive 748 litres of luggage capacity, which dwarfs anything available from like-for-like rivals. As part of the Spring Sale Range Rover are offering a healthy £6.750 deposit contribution against the purchase of a brand new Velar, bridging down the £46,110 starting price significantly.
4. Land Rover Defender
The Defender is back and it’s more impactful than ever. While purists may have turned their noses up at the new model, we’ve quickly warmed to it. Is this the greatest off-road vehicle on the market? Potentially. We’ve fallen in love with its military-grade styling and the fact it embodies a swiss army knife on wheels. The ‘go anywhere, do anything’ attitude of the old Defender lives on, and is more pronounced than ever before with the latest model. This is a 7 seater that is ready to tackle whatever you throw at it - and we respect that a lot. There are several models and specifications available too, so we’re sure you’ll find one to suit what you’re after. The 90 model starts from a very reasonable £43,625 with the 110 from £45,315. As you’d expect there are countless options and spec to add or remove, so you’ll have to put an afternoon aside to read through the brochure to explore those details. Sadly the Defender isn’t included in the current Land Rover Spring sale because it’s brand new and, frankly, it’s already extremely well priced.
3. Land Rover Discovery
The Discovery has always been the real utilitarian in the Land Rover lineup. It boasts the size, comfort and substance of the full-fat Range Rover, while also possessing the determination and bravery of the Defender. This latest iteration has only been on sale for a couple of years but Land Rover are happy to offer £3,500 as a contribution toward the deposit on certain deals as part of their Spring Sale. This makes the £53,090 start price more digestible for growing families who need a large SUV with 7 seats and a willingness to take on as many tasks as you throw at it. Buyers will also like that the Discovery has a boot capacity of 1,137 litres - which extends to a Transit-van-like 2,406 litres with the seats down flat.
2. Range Rover Sport
I think a lot of us have sadly realised that we aren’t ever going to become Premier League footballers representing our childhood clubs. However owning a Range Rover Sport is, arguably, the best way of pretending. There’s a reason that the rich and famous all drive these luxury SUVs. The performance, technology, style and capability is unrivalled. There are excellent alternatives across the market, but none quite have the same draw as the Range Rover Sport. For 2021 the P400e model is now one of the most economical luxury SUVs on the market too, with a maximum mpg of 88.3 mpg while emitting just 73g/km of CO2. While we wait for a fully electric model which will be with us in due course, that’s nice and efficient for now. The Range Rover Sport starts from £64,645 but, as you’d expect, comes with a huge list of optional extras, then of course there is the £101,850 SVR model that tops the range with a 5.0-litre V8 Supercharged engine.
Right now you can get a deposit contribution of up to £7,000 off a new range Rover Sport as part of their spring sale. A welcomed discount if you’re in the market, but this deal is due to expire on the 8th of March so hurry!
1. Range Rover
And last but not least is the full-sized Range Rover. The Big Mac of SUVs. The Range Rover needs no real introduction from us - you must know what you’re getting by now. A large, luxurious powerhouse with a wealth of creature comforts and a range of big powerful engines to choose from. Land Rover themselves are calling it ‘The epitome of refined capability.’ What more could you want in life? The Range Rover is available with the greatest discount of them all, with up to £8,000 off as a deposit contribution, which is almost 10% of the £83,465 starting price. The new Range Rover is on sale now and the 2021 model is slightly cheaper than the 2020 model, and it will do up to 84.8 mpg when driven sensibly - but probably not while utilising all 900 litres of luggage space…
If you like what you see, these deals won’t be around for long, so request a call back from your local dealership today to get the ball rolling on securing your next Land Rover! What are you waiting for?