Smaller cars know who is in charge when they see a Land Rover approach. Dexterous, rigid and domineering is the Range Rover Evoque. Released back in 2008, the Evoque has become a runaway success story and a £1bn investment for Land Rover.
Research, development, design, advanced technology engineering and manufacturing has gone into the architecture, body style and emission reduction of the vehicle.
Over the years, the model variants have become older, wiser and more clued up when it comes to saving fuel and running efficiently.
From the Land Rover Range Rover Evoques that we have available, all with an appreciable driving position, which one rules the roost for you? We’ve weighed up the pros and cons below.
A key difference between the original Range Rover Evoque and the eD4 model when it was introduced was that it lost 75kg in weight. With less junk in the trunk, the car emits 11g less CO2 than its predecessor, and fuel efficiency shoots up from 49.6mpg to 56.5pmpg.
Due to its taut waistline, steering is direct, light and linear, which makes for a spirited drive, and the six-speed box has a positive action that makes changes satisfying.
Since it’s a two-wheel-drive, it doesn’t deal with steep hill climbs or mixed grip levels quite as well as what the four-wheel-drive Evoque does, but it’s still adequately disciplined.
You can lease the Range Rover Evoque 2.2 eD4 Pure for £377.80 per month.
Keeping tech in check is the SE version of the Land Range Rover Evoque.
The SE model trim has a sportier feel overall. With grained leather seats, a brunel grille surround, anthracite side sills and the Drag Torque Control (DTC), the Range Rover Evoque is certainly more athletic than the Range Rover Evoque 2.2 eD4 Pure.
Shall we have a look at the models we have?
The quick as a flash essence of the trendy TD4 SE model trim is exhibited in the 121mph top speed of the vehicle, and the fact it reaches 0-62 in 9.1 seconds.
With 18” alloy wheels, a smooth engine that delivers 45.6mpg and an intelligent-all-wheel-drive-system, the TD4 variant of the model was one of the first SUVs with built-in cutting-edge stop/start technology in the world.
The stop-start set-up is part of Land Rover’s e_Terrain strategy, which brings together hybrid engines and other technologies to create cars that have less environmental impact. When traffic becomes problematic and the engine is stopped, there are genuine benefits for refinement, as well as economy.
Another model with SE technology that we have available for lease is the Land Rover Range Rover Evoque 2.0 eD4 SE SW.
With a 2.0 litre engine, it’s a bit cheaper than the 2.2 litre Evoque. For just £344.59 per month, you still get all the same safety features as the standard eD4, but the engine means that mpg drop to 48.7.
Safety features include Hill Start Assist and Electronic Traction Control, and Dynamic Stability Control (DSC) works by constantly monitoring the vehicles attitude and comparing it to the drivers intended direction.
You can view our offer on this particular model here.
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