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
This is the cheapest trim, and is the one to go for provided you’re not set on having sat-nav, as it comes with more than just the essential kit. Heated leather seats, dual-zone climate control, 18in alloy wheels, automatic lights and wipers, a multi-function steering wheel and front rear parking sensors are all thrown in. You also get Bluetooth, a DAB radio, a USB socket, an eight-speaker sound system, and an 8.0in colour touchscreen through which all the infotainment features are controlled. Sat-nav is a reasonably priced option.
The most popular choice, this 2.0-litre diesel engine has a bit more power than the entry-level ED4 and also gets four-wheel drive as standard. It can be had with a six-speed manual gearbox or an optional nine-speed automatic. Performance is adequate but similarly powerful rivals offer better acceleration.