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2013 Land Rover Range Rover Evoque


City 20 MPG Hwy 28 MPG

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Overall Rating:
3.5 (out of 5)
Value 3.3
Exterior 4.6
Interior 4.4
Comfort 4.3
Performance 3.7
Reliability 3.3
Using this car as is since 2 years. Zero issues

by Vish from Canton, MI | June 18, 2020

It meets all of my wife's travel needs. 4 X 4 works great in snow, looks amazing. Reason for selling- Moving to Seattle. Else would NOT have sold this at all :)

My first car I've ever bought

by AlexR from Pollock | March 06, 2020

Amazing car from one of the best companies for a fair price. Wasn't disappointed. You get what you pay for. Luxurious and fun to show off.

Most Unreliable Car I Have Ever Owned

by Loobyloo from Northumberland | February 11, 2020

Unreliable, within the last year alone steering rack failure, Haldex coupling pump failure, central locking failure, turbocharger failure. 1 owner from new (me), full Landrover service history. 70,000 miles, 14 plate.

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2013 Land Rover Range Rover Evoque Overview

Introduced last year, the Range Rover Evoque marks a shift of sorts for Land Rover. The automaker is known primarily in the U.S. for building boxy, capable SUVs, but the Evoque is a decidedly sportier and sleeker luxury crossover aimed at models like the BMW X3, Audi Q5 and Volvo XC60. The Evoque is offered in two- and four-door body styles.

The Evoque is wide and low-slung — something many Land Rovers aren't — but its front-end styling still makes it instantly recognizable as a Land Rover. Available exterior features include a panoramic moonroof, xenon adaptive headlights, power liftgate, heated windshield, and contrasting roof colors.

Like in Land Rover's high-dollar Range Rover, the design of the Evoque's center console gives the impression that it's extending into the upper reaches of the dashboard. Premium materials are used, and there's a twist-knob gear selector instead of a traditional shifter. Available interior features include 8-inch touch-screen, navigation system with off-road guidance, dual-zone automatic air conditioning, premium Meridian stereo, and a Surround Camera System with five cameras.

The Evoque is powered by a 240-horsepower, turbocharged 2.0-liter four-cylinder that teams with a six-speed automatic transmission. Mechanical features include permanent all-wheel drive and Terrain Response technology that provides enhanced off-road capability.

Safety features include antilock brakes, electronic stability system with Roll Stability Control, corner Brake Control for greater braking stability when cornering, side-impact and side curtain airbags, and front knee airbags.