The modelRead full review
It may well be the Range Rover Evoque’s looks that piqued your interest, but it’s a fine car on more objective levels too. It’s good to drive, really posh inside and is even reasonably practical by class standards. Slow depreciation means you should get a lot of that investment back when you sell – and monthly PCP finance costs are surprisingly competitive. The icing on the cake is a plug-in version that offers seriously cheap company car costs.
The trimSee full equipment
Upgrade to S trim and you’ll get larger (18in) wheels, along with leather seats (or you can opt for cloth for free if you don't want leather) and power-folding door mirrors. This trim is our pick for the best value-to-toys ratio.
The engineSee full engine specs
The entry-level engine is a four-cylinder 2.0-litre diesel engine with 161bhp. In all-wheel drive guise, it will cover 0-60mph in 9.2secs. The front-wheel drive version does that sprint in 9.5secs and also comes with the option of a manual gearbox.
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