2015 Land Rover Range Rover Evoque

Up to 21 MPG city / 30 MPG hwy
$41,100 - $60,000

When Land Rover debuted the Evoque in 2011, it caught more flashbulbs than Padma Lakshmi wearing a slit dress to a movie premiere. Its supremely sexy design transformed our idea of what a crossover could look like, and it's proven to be a huge breakout hit for LR. The 2013 edition doesn't mess with the formula, continuing to drive and feel like a coupe while still having a spacious front cabin, decent storage space, more-than-adequate off-road capabilities, and reasonable gas mileage, given the circumstances. Not only that, it's introduced a new, slightly more basic interior trim model, called Pure, that actually reduces the price $2,000 from the previous year's model. Still, this is a fashionable car in every sense, from its trim-hipped design to a cabin full of mid-range luxury amenities. While it certainly can handle off-roading, equipped with LR's full Terrain Response system, the Evoque really exists for zippy highway or city driving. It's a sportslike machine than can get you through tough situations in a pinch. Assuming it can hold up over time, the Evoque will be remembered affectionately for decades to come. See more... See Less

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Reviews and Ratings
Overall Rating
Pros Cons
Overall exterior styling is great Navigation system is terrible. literally there are free iphone apps that are better.
Ride / driving stability is over the top! Side view - hard to see over shoulder when pulling out
Probably the most comfortable vehicle i have ever owned When you start from a stop, it hesitates then has a kick
Styling - most distinctive in class When you lock car - should also lock glove box and center console
Fuel efficiency - would not have purchased from this manufacturer otherwise Extend rear slightly to get more rear leg room & trunk storage.
Exterior design/ style always turns heads! Poor gear selection in order to maximize mpg
Great speed & pick-up, especially for a 4 cylinder! Road handling - steering is too sensitive over 60 mph
Sound system - superb quality at all volumes Engine / transmission - fuel economy lower than expected.
Driver experience - cockpit feel - control & luxury - technology Comfort, ride, driver seat adjustment, glare on windshield
Sporty / aggressive exterior appearance Lines in windshield and shift issues in 6th gear