Top 5 Features of the Range Rover Evoque
As the smallest offering from Land Rover, the Range Rover Evoque sees luxury presented in its most compact and smartest form. Since its release in September 2011, the Evoque has been an ever-growing sight on our roads, accounting for a third of the brand’s total sales, and it’s no surprise – we’ve put together this exclusive article for the top 5 features of the mini Range Rover.
Size and Design
The most noticeable feature of the Range Rover Evoque is of course its size, but good things good in small packages as the luxury compact SUV defines magnificence in the same way as its larger siblings. What’s more, the premium interior sees twin-needle stitched leather helping you cruise in comfort, and a choice of aluminium and wood veneers are offered to help create your ideal space.
The Evoque is distinctive by design, offering you many possibilities to personalise your vehicle and match your style by choosing from a wide variety of colours and options.
A Range Rover at Heart
Despite its size, the signature Range Rover feel is far from lost. Not only does the Evoque provide a sensational drive, but the signature feel of Range Rover is engrained in every inch of magnificence. HSE Dynamic models have optional 14-way electric front seats with memory and massage functions available, whilst enhanced Configurable Ambient Interior Lighting sets the right tone and comes as standard.
Much like it’s larger siblings, the Evoque holds that unmistakable Range Rover presence we have always loved. Its stunning drive is nothing short of what you’d expect from a Range Rover, taking mile after mile in its stride. The entry-level front-wheel drive version of the Range Rover Evoque may not have its more expensive 4x4 siblings' off-road bragging rights, but with a lower price, lighter weight, better economy and emissions and more nimble handling, it has an awful lot going for it and, for many, will be the more pragmatic choice.
Compact luxury comes at a compact price as the Evoque’s entry-level model starting at £30,760, making it one of the most affordable in the Land Rover line-up. Although the entry-level front-wheel dirve version of the Range Rover Evoque may not have its more expensive 4x4 siblings off-road bragging rights, its lower price, lighter weight, better economy and more nimble handling, it has an awful lot going for it and, for many, will be the more pragmatic choice...
It has a range of Body Types
The Range Rover Evoque has a range of body styles available:
The standard, and most popular body type is the Evoque’s 5-door hatchback version, offering a more spacious ride for both driver and passengers:
In a more sport-like offering of the Evoque, you also have the option for a 3-Door Coup�:
For something adaptable to all seasons, take a look at the Range Rover Evoque Convertible, allowing you to soak up the joys of summer but stay warm in the winter.
It’s fair to say that the Evoque offers it all. It's a fashionable, yet capable proposition that has fundamentally changed the premium compact SUV market and rivals now have to contend with an evolved version that features a more efficient range of engines, extra technology and even, uniquely in this sector, the option of a Convertible body style. As a result, if you want an SUV of this kind, this is still the one to beat.
For more information on the Range Rover Evoque and to book a test drive, visit our Range Rover Evoque model page.