Range Rover Evoque Review
Check Out Our 2013 Range Rover Evoque Review
Updated September 1, 2018
A 2013 Range Rover Evoque Review
This Range Rover is the one that we’ve been seeing for years as a concept. And for years I have stated that this vehicle looked like it could not face a dirt road. The vehicle looks great but as far as when it comes to Range Rover’s I don’t picture a sleek and aerodynamic small SUV but then again there’s that mistake called the LR2 that somehow seems to be part of the Land Rover name. To me the 2013 Range Rover Evoque review is that it looks like it should be sporting a Jaguar brand more than a Range Rover but it makes sense as Range Rover has become a staple for luxury SUVs. During the debut of the Land Rover Evoque we watched as the vehicle was shown off like an article of designer fashion and was taken to some fabulous parties in order to mingle with a who’s who of who cares whilst any male individual is looking for an SUV that could commute as well as go off-road and on the weekends, was simply overlooked. So even if the Range Rover Evoque a formidable off-road vehicle we won’t see too many burly men driving these.
2013 Range Rover Evoque Review Time
The Range Rover Evoque comes in both three door and five door versions looks very sleek by design. The power source comes from a Ford Ecoboost turbo 2.0 L that delivers 240 hp and 251 lb-ft of torque. Like any other vehicle without a twin scroll Turbo charger it will have a limited delay on throttle response. The good news is that this Range Rover Evoque mpg and hp is good as it can still move as it gets from 0 to 60 in around 7 seconds and can deliver nearly 30 miles per gallon on the highway. The interior styling of our Range Rover Evoque review vehicle was impressive as it still reminds you of a full-size Range Rover as it offers trim pieces such as stainless steel and soft leather. For technological amenities you get a touch screen 8 inch monitor that offers side and rearview cameras as it is very hard to see out of this vehicle because of its windows are designed to provide more form than function. The massive glass roof makes for an incredible skylight feature for inside keeping the cabin lit with natural light. The suspension setup on a magnetic ride makes for an impressive overall ride comfort and can handle some decent off road and at high speeds.
2013 Range Rover Evoque Review Bottom Line
The Range Rover Evoque price starts out at $44,000 and for that price I believe this vehicle still too much. Not by much but I still think it should be around for $5000 cheaper. The good news is that you probably have horrible resale value just like every other Range Rover therefore you should be able to pick up one for cheap in just a few years. And as for what Jody of the 2013 Range Rover Evoque I think it’s much better than any other small Land Rover. So that should turn to be a good vehicle for long-term ownership. The Evoque also doesn’t have the old Land Rover air suspension that was a total nightmare for owners. So in conclusion my 2013 Range Rover Evoque review states that you should buy a previously leased one in 24 to 36 months time. Send us your Range Rover Evoque Review by writing to us in the comment section below.
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