Some rivals are better to drive, but the Range Rover Evoque has the image, equipment and residual values that premium SUV buyers expect.read the full model review
Our favourite trim gets everything that’s standard on the SE, but adds sat-nav, a heated windscreen, an electrically adjustable passenger seat, interior and exterior styling tweaks, and xenon (instead of halogen) headlights. Better still, it keeps the price from straying too far into the territory of bigger and better rivals.
This is the lower-powered of the two available versions of the 2.0-litre diesel, and is only available with front-wheel drive and a six-speed manual gearbox. The claimed emissions and economy are very competitive with other efficiency oriented SUVs. However, performance is a bit sluggish so we’d recommend the more powerful TD4.