Range Rover Sport Traverses the Cliffs of Colorado's Black Bear Pass


Twenty five years after the Great Divide Expedition, a thousand-mile journey a fleet of Range Rovers took across Colorado's most difficult passage of the continental divide, journalist and filmmaker Bryn Mooser explores part of the same Colorado terrain with a Range Rover Sport in video series "The Road Less Travelled."

Led by Land Rover Driving Instructor Jim Swett, watch as Mooser (nervously) drives by the steep cliffs of the iconic Black Bear Pass with the Range Rover Sport:



The Range Rover Sport features a V8 5.0L engine with 510 hp, Terrain Response technology to optimize off-road performance by terrain type, Hill Start Assist technology, and an intelligent Four Wheel Drive System that turns off when not needed to conserve energy.

In addition to the Range Model Sport, the 2015 Range Rover Sport SVR offers some serious performance power, reaching a top speed of 162 mph.

Interested in a rugged SUV to keep you safe during winter? Be sure to check out our Range Rover Sport models, our Land Rover line-up, and our special offers at Land Rover Edison, on 38200 Grand River Avenue in Farmington Hills, MI.

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