The Range Rover Evoque still one of the greatest?
It has an incredible reputation for being one of the best SUV style vehicles on offer from Jaguar-Land Rover and the Range Rover Evoque is still proving to be just as successful today as it was when it first launched in 2011. Since then, the Evoque has held its own on the SUV market which is rapidly increasing its units on a monthly basis. The Evoque takes that perfect combination of power, luxury and the latest in modern day technology and makes them all work together very well. Land Rover will also look to keep this momentum going well into the future as they have also recently announced a brand new convertible version of the Evoque which was first shown to the world in concept form from the 2012 New York Motor Show. What special features and attributes have helped to bring the Evoque to the dance though and why should you decide to spend your money on this SUV over any other model on the market today?.
Key features and attributes of the Range Rover Evoque
Equipment levels are great for the Evoque as five trim levels are up for grabs starting with the Pure and ending with the range topper, the Autobiography. Both engines for the entry level model are two diesels. The Dynamic is offered with just the one diesel but you have to invest into the Dynamic Lux for a petrol unit which hits 135 miles per hour. The range topping Autobiography model however carries an SD4 matted to a standard six speed, manual gearbox but the option of a nine speed, automatic transmission system is also on the cards. Both a Coupe and five door versions of the car are also available to choose from.
Regarding the kind of extra equipment that Land Rover hand out stability control, hill start assistance,traction control,a push button start system,cruise control and Bluetooth connectivity are some great pieces of kit offered with entry level vehicles. Further down the line we see automatic windscreen wipers,xenon headlights, a tyre pressure monitoring system,a heated windscreen and a five inch TFT screen is also brought into play. A nine speed automatic transmission,ABS, traction control,heated rear seating and a heated steering wheel are all kit to be found in the range topper.
How does the Evoque compare to its rivals?
So regarding the rival competition that the Evoque faces,there is a very large number of SUV models on the road right now. Some of the biggest and best that come to mind include the Nissan Qashqai and the X3 from BMW. The Evoque begins its price range at £29,205. Prices vary depending on which trim level is chosen but you can expect prices to rise upwards to £49,805 for top of the range models.