Prices for the Range Rover Evoque will start from £27,955 for the two-wheel-drive diesel version
4 April 2011

The new Range Rover Evoque will cost from £27,955 for the two-wheel-drive diesel manual version, when it goes on sale in the UK at the beginning of September.

The Evoque will be available from launch in coupe and five-door body styles, and three trim levels, Pure, Prestige and Dynamic, marking a break with the company’s traditional names.

Three engine options are available: a 2.2-litre turbodiesel in 148bhp (150PS) or 187bhp (190PS) states of tune, and a 236bhp 2.0-litre turbocharged petrol unit.

Land Rover predicts that the more economical of the turbodiesels will emit less than 130g/km of CO2 in two-wheel drive manual form.

Read Steve Cropley's first drive review

The five-door Evoque is roomier than the coupe, with a 30mm higher roofline, but as an illustration of Land Rover’s strategy for the car the range-topping model will still be the coupe, at £44,320 for the Si4 Dynamic with six-speed auto and LUX pack.

 

Our Verdict

Range Rover Evoque

The Range Rover Evoque draws heavily on style as a selling point, but also possesses the substance to back it up

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