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Never again for a Land Rover

by from Ft Lauderdale, FL on January 21, 2015

I had to have the 2014 Evoque. Purchased in August 2014, has been in the shop for engine/transmission problems and no cure in sight. I would never recommend this vehicle or company. Beautiful vehicle,...
I had to have the 2014 Evoque. Purchased in August 2014, has been in the shop for engine/transmission problems and no cure in sight. I would never recommend this vehicle or company. Beautiful vehicle, but that is it.
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Uses car for Work

Does not recommend this car

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Finally Got Mine.

by from Portland, Oregon on April 25, 2014

I've loved Range Rovers for years and decided last year that I would buy one after visualizing and praying since November last year and seeing it during the SuperBowl when my husband fell for it and l...
I've loved Range Rovers for years and decided last year that I would buy one after visualizing and praying since November last year and seeing it during the SuperBowl when my husband fell for it and loved the design (remember the burnt orange car with the dog and the lost scarf?). We test drove this at the dealership and ended up buying it on the spot. In fact, we'd just signed the paperwork before a couple who'd seen it earlier returned to purchase it. Since it's just the two of us at home now I drive it mostly around town and short trips and it's perfect for me. Comfortable, stylish and classy. I like the fact that you don't see a million of them on the road like we did with the Toyota Rav4 I had prior(though a great Moms car) but there are two in my neighborhood including mine yet we are in a class by ourselves and heads certainly turn when you drive by. I only wished I'd known about the Plus version to get that great looking Panoramic roof. This is Definitely the last car I'll ever buy, barring winning the Lottery.
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Not Just a Sporty Mom Car

by from Columbia, SC on May 28, 2013

who needs a minivan when you can zip around in the Range Rover Evoque, have room for kids and groceries, and have a smooth ride. It's not the boring ole SUV because even the base model has the bells a...
who needs a minivan when you can zip around in the Range Rover Evoque, have room for kids and groceries, and have a smooth ride. It's not the boring ole SUV because even the base model has the bells and whistles. I love the dash and center console design. All of the buttons and knobs are easy to reach. most needed controls are on the steering wheel. The backup camera is a must, as well as the one touch rear door opening. The wheel base offers a close-to-road ride and the large tires hug the road. We recently took it through some forest trails on a camping trip and the different AWD programs showed how it can perform off road as well as on road. As soon as I saw this car last year I knew it would be my next car. Fortunately I loved it more after test driving it a few times. Now I gotta find some cool accessories to personalize it.
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Dream Car Come True

by from San Digo Acura on May 10, 2016

The Evoque has been my dream car from the first day they hit the street. This car has met my expectations. I recently had the cabin filter changed which was $23.00 bucks by the way, and was given a ...
The Evoque has been my dream car from the first day they hit the street. This car has met my expectations. I recently had the cabin filter changed which was $23.00 bucks by the way, and was given a rental SUV. It was horrible, I was back at the dealer an hour later and waited for my car to be done. Luckily it was not an overnight job. Love this car, love the getup and go, the smooth yet tight ride, and so on.
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very nice

by from fort st john bc on January 13, 2015

seen one in town and fell in love with it, test drove/purchased one with the dynamic trim and it was even better then I had imagined. its not a sports car but it handles well for a crossover and at ti...
seen one in town and fell in love with it, test drove/purchased one with the dynamic trim and it was even better then I had imagined. its not a sports car but it handles well for a crossover and at times feels sporty. gas mileage is low due partly to a very small gas tank but its not why I bought it, or I would own a civic. I have alittle over 10000kms on it but I have enjoyed every one, having seen very few like it in my travels is just an added bonus, very nice suv IMO.
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My First Range Rover

by from Chicago, IL. on December 31, 2015

After years of my mouth dropping to the ground in awe every time a Range Rover passed by me on the street, I finally bit the bullet and purchased a brand new Santorini Black Evoque Pure Premium in Oct...
After years of my mouth dropping to the ground in awe every time a Range Rover passed by me on the street, I finally bit the bullet and purchased a brand new Santorini Black Evoque Pure Premium in October 2013. When I first bought my Evoque, I was hard pressed to find a feature that disappointed me. Arguably one of the best looking SUV's on the road, it handles impressively, had a killer panoramic moonroof (which doesn't open, unfortunately - but I knew this when I got the car), the xenon headlights and fog lamps were the best I had ever seen, and the comfort of the seats surpassed those of the Lexus I owned prior. However, while about a year and a half later my opinion that the Evoque is a leader in it's class hasn't changed, there are some pretty large ticket items that Land Rover needs to work on to retain its technology-inclined clientele. My biggest complain (which should be no surprise to anyone who has ever been behind the wheel of a Land Rover product) is it's nav system. Not only is it egregiously slow, but the voice command feature is will lead you to receive your AARP card in the mail sooner than it takes to enter a full address. To enter a destination using this feature, you need to go through a dozen steps that epitomize redundancy. Try entering an address the old-fashioned way and you'll realize it took so long that now you are running late for an appointment. Once you do complete the 1400 steps it takes to enter your destination and start your route, give yourself plenty of time to arrive as the Rover nav system will more likely than not take you on detours as if you have all the time in the world. My advice - stick to voice guidance on your smart phone and leave the navigation system be. You should also expect for your backup camera to render itself completely dysfunctional at about 3500 miles, surprising both you and the little old lady behind your vehicle that you don't see while reversing because the camera is completely frozen and without it you'll be hard-pressed to see anything around you. Contrary to Rover's claims of achieving fuel efficiency rates of 20 city, 28 highway, at 10 thousand miles I have yet to see my average surpass 16.3. This is especially disappointing considering I averaged 15.7 with my '05 Grand Cherokee with a 5.7-liter Hemi. The Evoque does have a good amount of positive attributes too though. For one, it handles phenomenally in the snow, especially in snow mode. Front and rear passenger seats are spacious and comfortable, even with five average sized adults during long distance journeys. When driving this car definitely gets attention. I had my rims powder-coated a high gloss black and it turns heads even more than with the chrome rims I had on it before. The trim finishes inside are nice - black leather, titanium silver accents, turn-knob shifter, large navigation screen, good sound system and the heated windshield is an amazing feature in the winter (I threw away my snow brush!...but then I realized I needed it to clean the other windows - oops!). The blind spots take a while to get used to, but once you do it's easy to feel one with the car. Pros: turns heads, great lighting for vision at night, good acceleration, nice finishes, handles great in the snow. Cons: poor gas mileage, creaks and rattles at 9500 miles, deplorable navigation system, sometimes difficult to maneuver on the highway, horrendous treatment in service department at dealerships, transmission ill matched with vehicle.
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Style, comfort & affordability

by from West Hollywood on July 18, 2013

While I've driven cars most people around me loved in the past, this is by far my favorite so far. I absolutely love the full glass roof. It's available on the Pure PLUS and I recommend seeing it bef...
While I've driven cars most people around me loved in the past, this is by far my favorite so far. I absolutely love the full glass roof. It's available on the Pure PLUS and I recommend seeing it before purchasing any other model.
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What a great crossover!

by from Denver, CO on November 8, 2013

the best category to put this car in is a Crossover, in fact the first crossover ever from the legendary land rover and they hit the nail right on the head, everything in this car is meticulously thou...
the best category to put this car in is a Crossover, in fact the first crossover ever from the legendary land rover and they hit the nail right on the head, everything in this car is meticulously thought of and perfected cosmetically and functionally. I was driving the 2 door version on a road trip at night the dashboard and the interior the comfort and ride made me forget that I was actually driving it honestly felt that I was flying an airplane. the Meridian sound system is hands down the best I have heard in a car made my 10 hour ride as enjoyable as it could get. the 2 door version is definitely the winner between the two models, I believe the original prototype was a coupe and they later added the 4 door model for functionality but I think that was a big mistake the whole style of the car is ruined by the second set of doors so if you don't absolutely need the second door I recommend buying the 2 door, you will still have a second raw seat that has even more head clearance! and the look of the coupe is just gorgeous I get looks and comments from everyone that notice it and it does get noticed a lot.
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Evoque

by from Phoenix on May 15, 2014

great car has a few quirks like not being able to switch to digital speedometer (which is available on all Evoques except the United States for 2013. It's great driving and great looking. interterior ...
great car has a few quirks like not being able to switch to digital speedometer (which is available on all Evoques except the United States for 2013. It's great driving and great looking. interterior on the Dynamic trim level is superior. 825 watts stereo is great also.
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I HATE MY EVOQUE

by from New Orleans, LA on February 17, 2014

This car looks great standing still. The sound system is great, the seats firm and comfortable, the ride decent, great gadgets - high beam assist works like a wizard - I'm an engineer and the ability ...
This car looks great standing still. The sound system is great, the seats firm and comfortable, the ride decent, great gadgets - high beam assist works like a wizard - I'm an engineer and the ability for the car to figure out when to turn on and off the high beams is quite cool. HOWEVER, I get similar mpg to my 4.2 liter V-8 BMW X-5 (about 2-3 mpg more), but with a gutless 4 cylinder. At a standstill, you floor it, count to two, then the car starts accelerating. Under 3000 rpm you get nothing. At 3000 rpm, the turbo kicks in and gives you too much. It's really an issue in traffic. At 30 mph in moderate traffic, you barely give it a little gas and it drops what feels like two gears, hits 3000 rpm, snaps your head back, you get off the gas, tap the break, and start over. It is enough to make me hate driving it. I believe Land Rover realized this, as well as the horrible gas mileage, and put a 9 speed in the 2014. It's sticker is 30 mpg highway instead of 28. After shelling out mid 60's for the Dynamic version, I find myself regretting the commitment I made. I called Land Rover to see if they would take it back, and they said it is operating as designed, so no. The head mechanic at the dealership explained to me there is way too much piping between the turbo and the engine, making the turbo lag worse. I have been driving on the gravel/snow program, which reduces the hard downshifts, but decreases acceleration as well. I have never owned a vehicle I paid more for, and also hated it any more than this one. Shame on Land Rover/Tata for selling such a poorly designed vehicle.
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Does not recommend this car

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