Hefty premium for Evoque queue-jumpers

  • 15% premium for new Evoque
  • Dealers selling 61-plate cars
  • More than £5000 over list price
You can avoid the waiting list and get your hands on the new Range Rover Evoque for its September 8 launch, but it'll cost you a hefty premium,

With dealers quoting six-month delivery times for new orders, buyers desperate to get into an Evoque will have to spend 15% on top of the car's list price.

Independent garages are pre-selling 61-plate cars ahead of the car going on sale next month. The cheapest Evoque we found was a 2.2 SD4 Prestige at just under £43,000. That makes it £5500 more than its £37,380 list price, including options.

However, we also found an optimistic private buyer looking to pre-sell their car before it's delivered. At just under £50,000 the 2.2 SD4 Prestige 5dr appears to be £6600 over list price

The handful of cars already on classified and auction websites are all pre-ordered vehicles and include both petrol and diesel models, with three-door coupes and-five door versions available.

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