Land Rover first launched the Evoque crossover SUV back in 2011 and it created waves across the world due to its refreshing design among other things. An Indian spec version was launched here sometime later and it became a decent seller. Launched under the Range Rover series of vehicles, the Evoque came across as the perfect choice for those who wanted a premium and head-turning SUV without the unnecessary bulk they usually come with. However, buying a new Range Rover Evoque now will make you poorer by at least Rs. 60 lakhs which makes it out of reach for most people. But you can now own a Range Rover Evoque SUV for the price of the top-end MG Hector.
That’s right as the Land Rover Range Rover Evoque featured here today is just 7 years old and is available for only Rs 20.75 lakhs, making it almost the same as the on-road price of a brand-new MG Hector. The 2012 model Range Rover Evoque seen in the images seems to have been maintained pretty well as there are no visible scratches on the body. The vehicle is up for sale at Rs. 20.75 lakhs and has an odometer reading of around 70,000 km. It is finished in white with blacked-out pillars and comes with a panoramic moon roof.
This Range Rover Evoque SUV is powered by the SD4 diesel engine which is a 2.2-litre, four-cylinder unit. This engine produces a maximum power of 190 Bhp at 3,500 rpm along with a peak torque of 420 Nm and comes mated to an automatic 8-speed transmission as standard. The seller has not specified the number of owners this vehicle has seen and hence that needs to be verified from the seller before you shell out your money over it.
The interiors of this Evoque are quite luxurious as well as modern. The brushed metallic trims across the dashboard give it a premium feel while dollops of leather across the cabin further enhance the look. As for 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 much more. The cabin also features a large panoramic sunroof which lends an airy feel to the cabin. The centrally placed touchscreen infotainment system is quite responsive and easy to use.
All in all, this Land Rover Range Rover Evoque SUV is a pretty decent deal for anyone who wants to buy a luxury SUV for personal use but doesn’t want to spend a fortuner over it. The presence of the Land Rover badge is an added plus for buyer.