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For The front wheel drive Range Rover Evoque 2.2 eD4 150 Prestige loses none of the Evoque’s stunning looks and, as well as being cheaper to buy, it’s a good deal easier on fuel than its 4WD sibling.
Against It doesn’t feel nearly as assured or as comfortable as the four-wheel-drive models. Additionally, it’s neither as practical, nor as good to drive, as a BMW X3.
The Range Rover Evoque 2.2 eD4 150 Prestige is not as good to drive as the four-wheel drive Evoque, but it’s a good deal kinder on the pocket and the environment. Given the choice, we’d still pay the extra for the 4x4.
Land Rover took more than 18,000 orders for the Range Rover Evoque before the car started trundling down the production line at Halewood - that gives you some idea of how sought after this car is, and this popularity means rock-solid residual values.
Like all Land Rovers, the Evoque comes with a three-year unlimited mileage warranty and a six-year anti-corrosion warranty. You also get a three-year roadside assistance package.
If you're planning on raiding the options list, we'd recommend you do what 9 out of 10 Evoque buyers will do, and add the panoramic roof. It adds a lot more light to the otherwise dark and gloomy cabin.
My wife took delivery of her new Evoque just two weeks ago and I've taken the opportunity to drive it on a few occasions. The car is surprisingly…
I have had the Evoque for five months now and covered just over 3000 miles. Most of the driving has been in the city but all of it has been good. I…
I have had the car for over six months, agree with everythingwhcih has been said, the only thing to add is that I have had a noise vibration coming…
Have had the car for 2 months and my initial impressions are very positive Positives Good looking car thyat attracts a lot of attention and…
The Range Rover Evoque 2.2 SD4 190 Pure is our favourite version of the Evoque because it strikes the best balance between performance and affordability, as well as style and practicality.