The best-selling of the Land Rover bunch, the Range Rover Evoque, gets a long list of updates for its beautiful 2016 model that will leave luxury SUV enthusiast drooling.
The Land Rover Ranger Rover Evoque is already the best-selling car in the lineup, so it makes perfect sense that the carmaker would go above and beyond for its 2016 marquee version.
Notably, a new bumper boasts larger intakes in the corners, positioned seductively beneath the LED headlamps, complete with all-LED beams. A fine mesh grille merges with a crossbar grille to deliver a signature front end look that augments the hexagonal design that has made this SUV a household name
Buyers can choose from four trim levels, which include: SE, HSE Dynamic, and Autobiography. Trims like the HSE Dynamic laud a vented hood, rear spoiler and powered rear liftgate that is foot-controlled. In addition, three new and attractive designs for wheels are also available.
Inside you’ll find a new gauge cluster, updated seating with built-in massagers (front seats), and the signature Vintage Tan leather upholstery. Land Rover has also added a new and larger infotainment system that boasts an 8” interactive touchscreen with GPS, smartphone integration and HD and satellite radio, paired with a 17-speaker premium audio system and collision mitigation system. Under the hood is a 240-hp gasoline engine that has enough oomph to tackle any kind of terrain you might encounter, with a turbo-diesel option also available.
Indeed, it’s the finest-looking Evoque yet, and you can bet there are all sorts of dealer added options, packages and upgrades that await you (if you are all about decking your SUV out). While some may fret over the limited horsepower in the engine, it’s also more fuel efficient, getting 21 miles in the city and 31 on the highway.
With a starting price tag of about $41k, it’s honestly the most affordable Range Rover yet. Considering its gorgeous design and laundry list of luxurious features and amenities, it’s hard to top what’s being offered for the price you’ll pay. Of course, well-equipped, this number rises to about $53k, which is comparable to any high-end you Jeep you’d find.