SD4 Dynamic 5dr

  • Overall verdict5/5
  • What it's like to drive5/5
  • Running costs4/5
  • Quality5/5
  • Average MPG30 mpg

Having experienced Mercedes, BMW's and Audis, The Evoque stands held and shoulders above these generic brands. The car ticks all the boxes, especially in London, its big inside but small on the outside, making it easy to park. The interior is incredible, easily on a par with much more expensive vehicles and again the handling defies logic, being such a tall car, it handles as well as any hot hatch.

scott harris, October 30th 2013

TD4 Pure 5dr

  • Overall verdict4/5
  • What it's like to drive5/5
  • Running costs4/5
  • Quality4/5
  • Average MPG40 mpg

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 was new to the brand having driven various BMW's , Audi's and the odd Lexus in the past. The service at Range Rover was excellent, way better than the appalling Audi garage in Glasgow. The car is excellent to drive on the school to office run everyday. The driving position is excellent, the engine is a good size for the car, test drove a quashqai and it nearly died on a hill near our house, all the kit in the car works just as it should is all in easy reach. Only had one long run to Aberdeen since I got the car. In appalling driving conditions with unbelievable amounts of surface water it handled it effortlessly. All round it's a fantastic car, one minor niggle, when its below freezing the panoramic roof squeaks, that's it, nothing else to worry about.

Fraser Motion, Strathclyde, March 3rd 2013

SD4 Prestige 3dr

  • Overall verdict5/5
  • What it's like to drive5/5
  • Running costs4/5
  • Quality5/5
  • Average MPG0 mpg

Thought I would write up a review admit it is only base on an hours test drive on a Range Rover Eqoque Unleashed day at Nottingham.35 Evoques in 3 and 5 door styles in five colours they had at the event looked awesome and people by the roadside and in cars gawping and taking photos so yes it realy does look great and not a car if you wan't to blend in the background.I drove the auto in fact they were all autos there and is was very nicely manufactured and felt well made and sturdy the interior was a pleasant place to be the seats and head restraints very comfortable steering nicely balanced breaks brill and very refined and quiet .I floored it when I could and it flew rather well.The door mirrors are huge but when you get in the drivers seat you know why it more than makes up for the small rear window and the passengers even notice they can have an all round view .Suspension was nice.I noticed I got 31mpg over 16 miles of town traffic , due to roadworks and thrashing it a little when I could so should get the mpg it is supposed to I hope.the boot is a good size considering the length of the car .I think it is a bit tight for 3 adults in the back of either for long journeys but fine for local outings but great for 2 adults or 3 smaller kids.probably the Pure is the best value like everything else these test cars were top specs and then 3 to 6 k of extras on top which is Β£46k getting neearer to the asport at Β£55k without the extras they are about Β£39k in auto sd form.

simon threapleton, August 26th 2011

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