Land Rover Range Rover Evoque

2016 Land Rover Range Rover Evoque

Sporting fresh styling for 2016, Range Rover Evoque is both beautiful and quirky, a design home run for Land Rover. Its a crossover SUV the size of the BMW X1, Mercedes GLA-Class and Audi Q3, although it has the style and luxury to compete against the BMW X4, Infiniti QX50 and others. The Evoque is unique, for its striking looks and offroad prowess.

Evoque comes as a four-door or a two-door coupe, both with hatchback liftgate.

And, in mid-2016, an Evoque convertible will be available as a 2017 model. Weve seen one in Australia, and it takes your breath away, for all it says.

For the here and now, the 2016 Range Rover Evoque gets refreshed with a new grille and bumper, new seats and door trim, new infotainment system with 8-inch touchscreen, and LED headlamps, the first on any Land Rover.

New for 2016 is All-Terrain Progress Control that maintains the crawling speed the driver sets on trails. Also new for 2016 are optional massage seats.

Evoque uses a punchy and peppy 240-horsepower, 2.0-liter turbocharged four-cylinder engine, with a 285-hp version available in one top model. Its handling is nimble and light. Its richly detailed inside. Its EPA-rated at 21/30 mpg City/Highway.

The Evoque might not look like the original Land Rovers that explored the Outback, but its for real.

Its got the Active Driveline system, with active differentials and torque vectoring. At 22 mph the Evoque goes from all-wheel drive to front-wheel drive, but can switch back in 300 milliseconds. Its got the Active Torque Biasing and Torque Vectoring, giving more power to the wheel that has the best grip.


2015 Land Rover Range Rover Evoque

The Range Rover Evoque stuffs Land Rovers legendary off-road capability and Range Rovers style into a subcompact SUV. Evoques wide cabin means theres plenty of space for driver and front-seat passenger, with room in the rear for two more. A turbocharged engine delivers a good balance between responsiveness and fuel economy, enhanced by a 9-speed automatic transmission. The diminutive exterior dimensions of the Range Rover Evoque make it easy to park and maneuver in the big city or off road.

For 2015, two new limited-edition Autobiography versions have been added to the lineup. Both include 20-inch forged alloy wheels and premium leather interior detailing. The
Autobiography uses the standard 240-hp engine; the Autobiography Dynamic gets a 2.0-liter turbocharged engine rated at 285 horsepower.

Also for 2015, Reverse Traffic Detection has been added to the Blind Spot Monitor, which comes standard on upper-level models. Perpendicular Park has been added to the available Advanced Park Assist system for 2015. A new convenience package includes Smart Key passive keyless entry and hard-disc navigation, with off-road navigation and intuitive voice control.

The 2015 Range Rover Evoque is in the same class as the BMW X1, Mercedes-Benz GLA-Class, and Audi Q3. These subcompact sport-utility vehicles are smaller than compact SUVs such as the BMW X3, Mercedes-Benz GLK-Class, Audi Q5, Acura RDX, and Volvo XC60.

Evoque is wider than most compact and subcompact SUVs, however, resulting in a broad cabin and appearance. Evoques width and low roofline contribute to its athletic look and aggressive stance.

Though quite small, Evoque delivers cargo versatility with a hatchback design. Fold the rear seatbacks forward and cargo capacity expands to a useful 51 cubic feet. Small size makes the subcompact SUVs easy to park.

The Range Rover Evoque comes in two body styles: a five-door and a three-door coupe. The five-door is more practical and less expensive, and vastly more popular, though both are essentially the same size. The paint palette includes hues and two-tone schemes of sufficient variety to make Mini Cooper owners jealous.

Evoque employs a 2.0-liter turbocharged four-cylinder engine allied with a 9-speed automatic transmission. The engine is rated for 240 horsepower and 250 pound-feet of torque. We found the turbocharged engine works very well, with performance similar to a Range Rover V6. The 9-speed automatic, which includes paddle shifters for manual operation, kicks down quickly for passing, and it delivers respectable acceleration. Expect 0-60 mph in the low-7-second range.

Evoques low mass and sophisticated powerplant add up to a decent power-to-weight ratio and respectable EPA fuel-economy ratings: 21/30 mpg City/Highway.

Evoque stands out in its class for its off-road capability. With a sophisticated Terrain Response system, all-wheel drive, good ground clearance, and a short wheelbase, the Evoque can tackle tough off-road terrain. Most Evoque competitors have no off-road pretensions whatsoever, though they can handle primitive roads. Evoques off-road pedigree follows Land Rovers tradition of go-anywhere proficiency and broad capability.

Range Rover Evoque models offer a Park Exit feature to get you out of parallel parking spots, adaptive cruise control with forward warning and collision mitigation braking, and an active driveline that does not use all-wheel drive at speeds above 22 mph unless needed.


2014 Land Rover Range Rover Evoque

Land Rover's Range Rover Evoque delivers luxury, utility and reasonable fuel economy in a stylish, compact package. Evoque brings Land Rover off-road capability to a subcompact SUV. Its wide cabin means plenty of space for those in front with space in the rear for two more. Its turbocharged engine delivers a good balance between responsiveness and fuel economy, enhanced by a new 9-speed automatic.

Evoque plays in the same league as the BMW X1, Mercedes-Benz GLA-Class and the impending Audi Q3. These subcompact sport-utility vehicles are smaller than compact SUVs such as the BMW X3, Mercedes-Benz GLK-Class, Audi Q5, Infiniti EX35, Acura RDX, Volvo XC60 and Lexus NX.

Evoque is wider than most of the compact and subcompact SUVs, however, resulting in a broad cabin and appearance: Evoque's width and low roofline contributes to its athletic look and aggressive stance.

Though quite small, Evoque delivers cargo versatility with a hatchback design. Fold the rear seatbacks forward and cargo capacity expands to a useful 51 cubic feet, giving the Range Rover Evoque 6-percent more cargo room than a BMW X1. Their small size makes the subcompact SUVs easy to park.

Interior appointments in the little Range Rover are luxurious, comparable to those from Mercedes, Lexus, BMW, and Audi, though more stylish. Evoque's interior manages room for four passengers. All the compact and subcompact SUVs have seatbelts for five passengers, but none of them provide anything approaching comfort for a center rear seat occupant and the Evoque is no exception.

The Range Rover Evoque comes in two body styles, a five-door and a three-door coupe. The original show car was the coupe, a body style not offered by any competitor. The four-door is more practical and less expensive and for those reasons vastly more popular, though both are essentially the same size. The paint palette includes hues and two-tone schemes of sufficient variety to make Mini Cooper owners jealous.

Evoque employs a 2.0-liter turbocharged four-cylinder engine allied with a 9-speed automatic transmission. The engine is rated for 240 horsepower and 250 pound-feet of torque. We found it works very well, with performance similar to a Range Rover V6. The 9-speed automatic, which includes paddle shifters for manual operation, kicks down quickly for passing, and it delivers respectable acceleration performance. Expect 0 to 60 mph in the low-7-second range.

Evoque's small size, low mass and small, sophisticated powerplant add up to a decent power-to-weight ratio and respectable EPA fuel-economy ratings: 21/30 mpg City/Highway, up slightly from last year.

Evoque stands out in its class for its off-road capability. With a sophisticated Terrain Response system, all-wheel drive, good ground clearance, and a short wheelbase, the Evoque can tackle tough off-road terrain. Most of the others in this class have no off-road pretensions whatsoever, though they can handle primitive roads. Evoque's off-road capability follows Land Rover's tradition of go-anywhere proficiency and broad capability, an area of performance its competitors lack.

Evoque was launched as a 2012 model. For 2013, a new base model called Pure was added. 2014 Range Rover Evoque models offer a new Park Exit feature to get you out of parallel parking spots, adaptive cruise control with forward warning and collision mitigation braking, a 9-speed automatic, and an active driveline that does not use all-wheel drive at speeds above 22 mph unless needed.


2013 Land Rover Range Rover Evoque

Land Rover's Range Rover Evoque delivers luxury, utility and reasonable fuel economy in a stylish, compact package. Evoque brings Land Rover's legendary off-road capability to a subcompact SUV. Its wide cabin means plenty of space for those in front with good space in the rear for two more. Its turbocharged engine delivers a good balance between responsiveness and fuel economy thanks to Evoque's relative light weight.

Evoque is similar in size to the BMW X1 and European-market Audi Q3 that comprise a new class of premium subcompact sport-utility vehicles. These subcompact SUVs are smaller than the compact SUVs such as the BMW X3, Mercedes-Benz GLK-Class, Audi Q5, and Acura RDX.

Evoque is wider than all of these, however, a substantial 3.3 inches wider than the BMW X3, for example. As a result, there's more elbow room inside. And it looks great: Evoque's width and low roofline, the lowest in the class, contributes to its athletic look and aggressive stance.

Though relatively small, Evoque delivers cargo versatility with a hatchback design. Fold the rear seatbacks forward and cargo capacity expands to a useful 51 cubic feet, allowing the Range Rover Evoque to carry more cargo than can be put in a BMW X1.

Interior appointments are luxurious, comparable to those from Mercedes, BMW, and Audi. Evoque's interior measures up well in terms of roominess for four passengers. All the compact and subcompact SUVs are rated for five passengers, but none of them provide anything approaching comfort for a center rear seat occupant and the Evoque is no exception.

The Range Rover Evoque comes in two body styles, a five-door and a three-door coupe. The original show car was the coupe, a body style not offered by any competitor. The four-door is the more practical and for that reason much more popular model, though both are essentially the same size.

Evoque employs a 2.0-liter turbocharged four-cylinder engine allied with a 6-speed automatic transmission. The engine is rated for 240 horsepower and 250 pound-feet of torque. We found it works very well. It pulls smoothly and has very little throttle lag. The 6-speed automatic, which includes paddle shifters for manual operation, kicks down quickly for passing, and it delivers respectable acceleration performance. Land Rover quotes a 0 to 60 mph time of 7.1 seconds.

Evoque's small size and light weight (by class standards) adds up to a decent power-to-weight ratio and respectable fuel economy ratings: 20/28 mpg City/Highway.

Evoque stands out in its class for its off-road capability. With a sophisticated Terrain Response system, a full-time four-wheel drive system, good ground clearance, and a short wheelbase, the Evoque can tackle some pretty tough off-road terrain. Most of the others in this class have no off-road pretensions whatsoever, though they can handle primitive roads. Evoque's off-road capability sustains Land Rover's tradition of exceptional go-anywhere proficiency, an area of performance that its competitors lack.

Evoque was launched as a 2012 model. For 2013, Evoque adds a new base model called Pure. 2013 Range Rover Evoque models also offer a new Park Assist automated parking feature, off-road navigation information, and a new black Land Rover logo in the grille. The contrasting roof color can also be selected as a stand-alone option on 2013 Evoque models.

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