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2015 Land Rover Range Rover Evoque

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2015 Range Rover Evoque Overview

The Range Rover Evoque stuffs Land Rover's legendary off-road capability and Range Rover's style into a subcompact SUV.Evoque's wide cabin means there's 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.Evoque's 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.

Evoque's 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.Evoque's off-road pedigree follows Land Rover's 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.
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2015 Range Rover Evoque Overview

The Range Rover Evoque stuffs Land Rover's legendary off-road capability and Range Rover's style into a subcompact SUV.Evoque's wide cabin means there's 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.Evoque's 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.

Evoque's 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.Evoque's off-road pedigree follows Land Rover's 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.Hide Full Review