The 2014 Range Rover Sport gets much better gas mileage than it did in its last iteration. The previous-generation Sport's EPA numbers checked in at 13/18 mpg, or 15 mpg combined.
Now, with a new aluminum architecture and a choice of drivetrains, the Sport exceeds those numbers by as much as 30 percent. With its new supercharged V-6, the Sport gets EPA ratings of 17 miles per gallon city, 23 miles per gallon highway, or 19 mpg combined. Upgrade to the supercharged V-8, and it's rated at 14/19 mpg, or 16 mpg combined.
Stop/start is included on either Sport drivetrain. Plug-in hybrid technology is coming to Land Rover, but since we're not on the short list for the plug-in hybrid diesel coming to the European Range Rover, it's unlikely to make it to our Sport, either.