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It may well be the 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. It’s one of the more expensive cars in the class, but slow depreciation means you should get a lot of that investment back when you sell – and monthly PCP finance costs are also surprisingly competitive. The icing on the cake is a plug-in version that offers seriously cheap company car costs.get the best price
The trimSee full equipment
Add R-Dynamic to S, SE or HSE trim and all you get extra is a sporty garnish. We wouldn’t bother.
The engineSee full engine specs
Smoother than the diesels and quicker than all of them, bar the most powerful D240, if you rev it hard – but prepare to spend a lot of time at the fuel pumps if you do. What it lacks, compared with even the lower-power diesels, is pulling power; if you tow a caravan or trailer do bear that in mind.
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