Review

Range Rover Evoque SUV

The Range Rover Evoque gives the luxury feel of a more traditional Range Rover SUV, but adds cool looks, car-like handling and a trendy image to the normal car's long list of attributes. Buyers can choose between the cooler looking three-door model and the more practical five-door car, while rivals stretch from the cheaper MINI Paceman right through to the desirable Audi Q5 and BMW X3.

Engine options include a 2.0-litre petrol engine or a choice of two 2.2-litre diesels. The least powerful diesel only comes with two-wheel drive, which means it returns excellent fuel economy, but also limits its off-road ability.

Land Rover offers the Evoque with five trim levels – Pure, Pure Tech, Dynamic, Dyanamic Lux, and Autobiography. All models come with alloy wheels, a leather interior, climate control, an eight-inch touchscreen, and a premium stereo. No matter which model you go for, the Evoque arguably feels more luxurious inside than its rivals from BMW and Audi.