No Range Rover comes cheaply, and our test car—finished in Indus Silver—had an MSRP of $50,895 including destination. You can buy one closer to the Evoque's $41,100 base price if you eliminate extra-cost options like these:
- Pure Plus Package ($3,000): We consider this option essential since it includes beautifully finished leather upholstery and a panoramic glass roof that delighted everyone who rode in the car.
- Pure Premium Package ($4,600): Technological extras like navigation, a surround camera system and adaptive xenon headlights are nice, but part of a pricey package that could be skipped if it helps keep the Evoque in your price range.
- Climate Comfort Package ($1,300): You don't have to live in an especially cold climate to appreciate heat for the front and rear seats, windshield, steering wheel and washer jets.