Depreciation of the value of the vehicles depends on many factors. While the depreciation rate of the mass segment vehicles is gradual, the price of the luxury vehicles can take a sharp fall within a few years. Here is a Land Rover Range Rover Evoque that is just 6 years old and is available for only Rs 28.5 lakhs, making it cheaper than the on-road price of a brand-new Toyota Fortuner.
The Range Rover Evoque seen in the video by My Country My Ride is in immaculate condition and there are no visible scratches on the body. The vehicle is owned by a single owner and it has 43,000 km on the odometer. It is finished in a dark blue shade with a dual-tone white roof. It also gets a panoramic moon roof. Additional details include zero depreciation insurance cover and original paint on all the body panels.
The SD4 engine powering this 2013 Land Rover Range Rover Evoque is a diesel engine. The 2.2-litre, four-cylinder engine produces a maximum power of 190 Bhp at 3,500 rpm and peak torque of 420 Nm. It gets an automatic 8-speed transmission as standard.
In 2013, Land Rover used to import the Evoque as Completely Built Units (CBU), which is why the vehicle carried a base price of around Rs 55 lakh in the Indian market. In 2015, Land Rover started assembling the vehicles back in India that helped the brand to cut the price of the car by around 7 lakhs. The exact variant of the is model is not known but at the time of the launch in 2011, the base version of the Evoque diesel carried a price tag of Rs 55.2 lakh while the top-end petrol version came with a sticker price of Rs 72.08 lakh. All prices on-road Mumbai.
Talking about the features, the vehicle gets memory-enabled electrically adjustable front seats, 11-speaker system from Meridian, cruise control, terrain response system, pop-up drive selector, paddle shifters, mood lighting and more.
This is the 2013 Range Rover Evoque powered by SDV4 diesel engine. The exact registration details of the vehicle are not known but it is likely to be registered in Delhi. It should be noted that the Delhi-NCR RTOs have been directed to not allow the renewal of registration of any diesel car that has completed 10 years. Same instructions are also given for the petrol vehicles that are 15 years old in the Delhi-NCR. In fact, when a diesel vehicle is close to complete ten years or a petrol vehicle is close to complete fifteen years of registration, the RTOs have started denying the issuance of transfer certificates, which makes it impossible to sell the vehicles to the other states. Also, in Delhi, such vehicles are not allowed irrespective of the state in which they are registered.