What is the difference between the Range Rover HSE vs SE? Essentially, the HSE offers Englewood drivers more standard features and more engine options, while being somewhat more expensive. The 2021 Range Rover Sport HSE starts at $78,500 MSRP, while the Range Rover Sport SE starts at $69,500 MSRP. You can find both models in our new Range Rover Sport inventory.
If you upgrade from SE to HSE, you’ll receive luxuries like hands-free liftgate access and a panoramic moonroof. You’ll also have three powertrain options to choose from, rather than one. (Dimensions, however, will remain more or less constant!) Keep reading to compare the 2021 Range Rover Sport SE vs. HSE Silver Edition in detail before coming to our dealership and seeing both models in person.
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The Range Rover Sport SE comes equipped with two 10-inch touchscreens, Apple CarPlay™, Android Auto™, grained leather upholstery, a power liftgate, an Interactive Driver Display, air suspension, and a range of other features. That’s everything a Saddle River area driver would expect from a luxurious Range Rover SUV in this price range. On the other hand, moving down the line can get you much more.
When you upgrading to the Range Rover Sport HSE Silver Edition, you gain each of the following amenities:
Additionally, several optional features become available at this trim level. Drivers can upgrade the HSE Silver Edition with ventilated rear outboard seats, a 23-speaker Meridian™ Sound System, hands-free parking assistance, or a rear entertainment system. You’ll be able to find a new Range Rover Sport with all the features you’re searching for at Land Rover Paramus.
What does HSE stand for on Land Rover models? HSE stands for ”High Specification Equipment”–and that should provide a clue to this model’s unique appeal. On the other hand, SE stands for Standard Equipment. You’ve seen what separates the two trim levels, so you shouldn’t be surprised by this answer.
The base-level Range Rover Sport SE only has one powertrain option: the 3.0L P360 i6 MHEV. It offers 355 hp, which will be more than enough for many Ridgewood drivers. If you aren’t satisfied with that, upgrade to the HSE Silver Edition. You’ll have access to three engine options to choose from:
The availability of diesel and plug-in hybrid powertrains is one major difference between the Range Rover Sport HSE Silver Edition and the Range Rover Sport SE. Both offer excellent fuel economy, with the plug-in hybrid variant even offering an all-electric range of up to 19 miles.
The Range Rover Sport SE and HSE Silver Edition models are just a couple of your options. For a closer look at the range of available trims, start a conversation with us today. If you’re also looking at the latest model year, compare the 2022 Range Rover vs. Range Rover Sport to learn more.
You can perform your own comparison of the Range Rover Sport SE vs. HSE Silver Edition by coming to Land Rover Paramus and taking each for a test drive. Contact us, and we’ll find a time that works for you. Check our new vehicle specials as well, and save on either model.