Range Rover Evoque Convertible SUV (2016-2019) - MPG, running costs & CO2
The Range Rover Evoque Convertible is significantly more expensive to buy and run than other versions
The Evoque Convertible isn’t available with the most economical engine from the three and five-door Evoque. Most buyers will choose the 2.0-litre diesel, badged Td4. With the 178bhp diesel engine in that model, the Evoque Convertible is capable of an official average of 49.6mpg – around 8mpg worse than the fixed-roof versions. Similarly, CO2 emissions climb from 129 to 149g/km.
Choose the 237bhp 2.0-litre ‘Si4’ petrol engine and predictably running costs climb further. Land Rover claims an official fuel consumption figure of 34.4mpg, while CO2 emissions are 185g/km barrier.
After the first year’s CO2-weighted payment (generally included in the on-the-road price) all Evoque Convertibles attract road tax of £140 a year, plus an additional surcharge of £310 a year for five years thanks to the car’s £40,000-plus list price. The surcharge applies the first five times you tax the car and brings the total yearly bill during that period to £450.
The Td4 Evoque Convertible is in group 41 and the petrol version is likely to be rated similarly, which is slightly higher than the equivalent three or five-door Evoque.
Land Rover offers a three-year/60,000-mile warranty on all its models, which is on par with Audi, but BMW offers an unlimited-mileage policy.
The Range Rover Evoque Convertible’s service interval is set at every 21,000 miles.