Range-Rover-Sport-auto-sales-statistics-EuropeMonthly and annual sales figures for the Range Rover Sport in Europe.

See how Range Rover Sport sales compare to the other models in the large premium suv segment. Also find Range Rover Sport US sales figures.

 

Land Rover
Range Rover Sport
2016
Land Rover
Range Rover Sport
2017
Land Rover
Range Rover Sport
2018
Land Rover
Range Rover Sport
2019
Land Rover
Range Rover Sport
2020
Land Rover
Range Rover Sport
2021
Land Rover
Range Rover Sport
2022
January 2.236 2.385 2.155 2.714 1.758 1.543 1.121
February 1.472 1.322 1.306 1.419 1.154 874 766
March 4.005 5.215 4.305 4.579 2.887 2.461
April 2.492 2.186 1.978 2.384 409 982
May 2.592 2.378 2.504 2.211 796 931
June 2.690 2.202 2.245 2.177 1.610 1.658 970
July 2.062 1.956 1.719 1.734 1.589 1.126 745
August 1.081 1.024 924 914 827 451
September 3.098 2.955 2.013 3.025 2.184 1.335
October 1.925 1.772 2.059 1.885 1.514 999
November 2.121 1.565 1.829 1.785 1.343 1.081
December 2.530 1.092 1.695 1.464 1.429 1.262

Land Rover
Range Rover Sport
2021 17.385
2020 17.500
2019 26.291
2018 24.732
2017 26.052
2016 28.304
2015 28.343
2014 25.779
2013 15.843
2012 15.850
2011 16.860
2010 18.036
2009 13.818
2008 17.632
2007 24.919
2006 25.025
2005 14.715

 

Previous generation:

2005-2013

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Use the dropdown at the top right of this page to find sales figures for any other car model sold in Europe since the early 2000’s.   Car sales statistics are from the following countries: Austria, Belgium, Cyprus, Czech Republic, Denmark, Estonia, Finland, France, Germany, Great Britain, Greece, Hungary, Iceland, Ireland, Italy, Latvia, Lithuania, Luxembourg, Netherlands, Norway, Poland, Portugal, Romania, Slovakia, Slovenia, Spain, Sweden, Switzerland. Sources: Manufacturers, ANDC, JATO Dynamics.

Land Rover
Range Rover Sport
2016
Land Rover
Range Rover Sport
2017
Land Rover
Range Rover Sport
2018
Land Rover
Range Rover Sport
2019
Land Rover
Range Rover Sport
2020
Land Rover
Range Rover Sport
2021
Land Rover
Range Rover Sport
2022
January 2.236 2.385 2.155 2.714 1.758 1.543 1.121
February 1.472 1.322 1.306 1.419 1.154 874 766
March 4.005 5.215 4.305 4.579 2.887 2.461
April 2.492 2.186 1.978 2.384 409 982
May 2.592 2.378 2.504 2.211 796 931
June 2.690 2.202 2.245 2.177 1.610 1.658 970
July 2.062 1.956 1.719 1.734 1.589 1.126 745
August 1.081 1.024 924 914 827 451
September 3.098 2.955 2.013 3.025 2.184 1.335
October 1.925 1.772 2.059 1.885 1.514 999
November 2.121 1.565 1.829 1.785 1.343 1.081
December 2.530 1.092 1.695 1.464 1.429 1.262

Land Rover
Range Rover Sport
2021 17.385
2020 17.500
2019 26.291
2018 24.732
2017 26.052
2016 28.304
2015 28.343
2014 25.779
2013 15.843
2012 15.850
2011 16.860
2010 18.036
2009 13.818
2008 17.632
2007 24.919
2006 25.025
2005 14.715
  1. Very pleased to see that since its launch in 2005 Range Rover Sport is now (1 st.Q. 2019) the 2nd best selling premium SUV in Europe, just behind BMW X5 and before Volvo XC90. Well deserved, since I bought this model in 2005 with the 2.7 l V6 Diesel engine, drove a totally repair free 150’000 km and changed it in December 2011 for the 3.0 l V6 Bitturbo Diesel model. Actually it has 120000 km and, again, no repairs at all.
    Judging from German car magazine publications and comparisons, this should be a loser – trailing, of course, all the German makes X5 (yes), the Q7, the Mercedes M-Class and GLE models, VW Touareg and Porsche Cayenne etc.(did not happen !).

    I hope this will continue after a “hard” Brexit. The quality of this car would deserve it – especially the model since 2013 with the alu body and now the smaller size turboengine with hybrid.

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