Land Rover Range Rover Evoque 2023
The Evoque, like other Land Rover product, is a supremely elegant vehicle. The new Evoque employs new technology, like flush door handles that extend past the body work when the car is unlocked, now common on Jaguar Land Rover vehicles.
Like the outside, the Evoque’s cabin looks very familiar. Cabin materials are very plush. Seating is comfortable up front, but the rear seat is mounted a bit low for adults and legroom is more adequate than generous for a car this size. Cargo capacity is impressive.
Power stems from two versions of JLR’s 2L turbo four. The base variant produces 246 horsepower, with the hybrid, which uses a 48 volt electrical system and a strap-on belt starter generator unit, develops 296 total system horsepower. The sole transmission offered with either powertrain is a nine-speed automatic.
Driven briefly by the APA, the 2L turbo four emits slightly gravelly noises at low speeds but produces stirring sounds as revs reach the redline. Power delivery is linear, strong and enthusiastic at any speed. The nine-speed automatic transmission is carefully mated to the engine and delivers smooth upshifts and reacts quickly to requests from the driver. Steering is nicely weighted, quick and precise and the wheel itself is a delight to hold. Braking is strong with a reassuring pedal feel. The Evoque combines a firmly resilient ride, without a hint of harshness, with very confident handling. With small windows, visibility is not ideal.
With L.E.D. headlights, heated power front seats, a heated steering wheel, a lane-keep assist system and front and rear parking sonar, the base SE is nicely equipped. The SE R-Dynamic adds an exterior body kit and alloy cabin trim and pedals, but is overpriced. The Bronze Edition is reasonably priced if you like the look. The P300 HST is good value when you consider its additional equipment and the more powerful engine.
Not rated. Insufficient data on this model. Average reliability predicted during the warranty period. Short powertrain warranty.
Last update: June 27, 2023
Engine2L-4 T (246 HP)*, 2L-4 T H (296 HP)
Fuel consumptionCity: 11.9L/100 km Road: 8.8L/100 km
Drive LayoutAll-wheel drive
Body StyleMicro SUVs & Crossovers
What’s new this year?
Model range shuffled, with the SE becoming the base model for 2023. Adaptive cruise control is now standard on all trims as is the Meridian-brand sound system.
What dealers pay: $ 22 222
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