The Range Rover Sport P400e has been on sale for two years now so a small number of them are appearing on the second hand market. For a 2018 car with around 15,000 miles on the clock, you can expect to pay around £55,000 depending on the seller. With that kind of depreciation, opting for a used example may be a better option than forking out around £20,000 more for a brand new P400e.
Don’t get confused with the earlier Range Rover Sport Hybrid built between 2014 and 2017. Called the SDV6 HEV it was a conventional hybrid and used a 3.0-litre V6 diesel engine. These can be tempting on the used market as they are more than half the price of a brand new P400e and offer better mpg on the motorway. But they aren’t as smooth or well engineered as the P400e and can’t be plugged in so they can’t offer the benefits in running costs which makes the P400e so tempting to so many.