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The 2016 Range Rover Sport has recently been subjected to a deceleration test, with the British SUV showing disappointing results that can have serious consequences in an emergency situation.

 The Range Rover Sport was compared to the 2016 Volvo XC90 and the 2016 Audi Q7 by the Swedish team over at Teknikens Värld, with Land Rover's machine falling way behind its competitors.

 Those of you who are familiar with automotive numbers know that the average stopping distance from 100 km/h (62 mph) sits at around 36-37 meters (118-121 feet). Do keep in mind we are not talking about performance vehicles with oversized stoppers here.

The Range Rover Sport required 42 meters (138 feet)  to come to a halt. As for the competitors we mentioned, the Swedish SUV needed 36 meters (the leader of the pack), while the German vehicle took 36.4 meters (119 feet) to complete the task.



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