Land Rover
Range Rover Evoque
2017
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Mark Vallet
Automotive Editor - August 23, 2016

Expert Rating

4.25 (Excellent)
MPG
21 City / 29 Highway

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2017 Land Rover Range Rover Evoque OVERVIEW

Since it’s introduction in 2011, the Range Rover Evoque has turned into a surprise best-seller for Land Rover with the company’s production line struggling to keep up with demand. The unique styling of the Evoque combined with luxury trims even on base level models has resulted in a 165 awards and a very dedicated group of fans.

What's New for 2017

The latest edition of the Range Rover Evoque is basically unchanged for the 2017 but there have been a few updates. An enhanced infotainment system that includes a 10.2-inch touchscreen with a customizable home screen allows the driver to use it like a smartphone or tablet, swiping and pinching to zoom the screen. This is option on most trim levels.

A red and black themed 'Ember' Limited Edition will be available for a short time this year. It comes with a Firenze Red roof that contrasts with the Santorini Black body color and front and rear tow eye covers.

Finally, the Range Rover Evoque is now available as a convertible with a top that can open or close in 18 seconds at speeds up to 30 miles per hour.

Customers will have some new colors to choose from this year as well with Aruba, Farallon Black, Carpathian Grey and Silicon Silver premium metallic paint finishes pushing the total number of color options up to 18.

Choosing Your Land Rover Range Rover Evoque

There are a number of trim levels as well as optional packages that allow you to trick out your Evoque just about any way you want it.

All trim levels come with a turbocharged 2-liter four-cylinder that makes 240 horsepower and 250 pound-feet of torque. It's mated to a nine-speed automatic transmission and standard four-wheel drive.

The five-door comes in five trim levels; the three-door coupe is only available as an SE Premium; the Convertible comes in two different trims.

Range Rover Evoque SE

This is the base model and starts at $41,800. It comes standard with a leather interior, an 8-inch touchscreen command center that handles the audio, GPS and entertainment systems. A downward lighting puddle projects an illuminated Range Rover Evoque graphic on the ground to light up your path and project a sense of luxury.

A number of optional packages are available, just a couple options include:

Tech Package: This package costs $2,000 and adds passive entry, Xenon headlights, fog lamps and an automatic high beam assistant.

Cold Weather: If you live in a cold climate, this is a must. Heated front and rear seats, a heated steering wheel and heated windshield wipers and washer jets will set you back $1,400.

Range Rover Evoque SE Premium

The SE Premium comes with all of the features of the SE but adds Xenon automatic headlights with power-wash, a glass panoramic roof, fog lights, a hands-free tailgate that opens with a kicking motion under the rear bumbper, and passive entry.

The Premium bumps the price up to $45,800. A driver assistance package costs $1,000 and adds blind spot monitoring with rear traffic detection as well as automatic high beam assist and a Homelink garage door opener.

The 3-door Coupe only comes in this trim level and is priced at $45,700.

Range Rover Evoque HSE

The HSE ups the luxury factor by adding 19-inch alloy wheels, heated 12-Way Oxford leather seats, and a 380-Watt Meridian 11-speaker sound system.

Configurable Interior Mood Lighting, which can be set to 10 different colors via a touchscreen gives the interior a nightclub feel. Blind spot monitor with closing vehicle sensing and reverse traffic detection also come standard. The HSE costs $51,000.

Optional equipment includes a Driver Assistance Plus package that projects a head-up display on the bottom of the windshield as well as adaptive headlights with automatic leveling and cornering. This package costs $2,700.

Range Rover Evoque HSE Dynamic

This sporty trim level comes with Dynamic body styling that is designed to give the Evoque a sporty and aggressive look. Black mirror caps, hood vents and textured aluminum trim finisher complete the look. A perforated Oxford leather steering wheel with audio controls and cruise control make the Dynamic a pleasure to drive.

The Dynamic starts at $54,200.

The Black Design package ups the cool factor with 20-inch alloy wheels, smoked-finish fog and headlights, clear-finish taillights, Santorini Black front and rear bumper guards, and black Range Rover lettering. This fabulous look will set you back $3,500 but is well worth the cost if you want to stand out on the street.

Range Rover Evoque Autobiography

This is the top-of-the-line for the five-door and it exudes luxury. It has a Dynamic body style with Autobiography additions, truly luxurious 14-Way/14-Way Oxford Leather electric memory seats and an Oxford leather steering wheel. The audio system is upgraded to a 17-Speaker, 825-watt Meridian unit, and the exterior benefits from 20-inch 5 split-spoke wheels.

The Autobiography bumps the price up to $62,500.

Evoque Convertible

The Evoque convertible comes in two trim levels.

SE Dynamic

The SE Dynamic Convertible comes with a Range Rover Dynamic body style, power-fold and heated door mirrors with memory functionality. Its 18-inch 7-spoke ‘Style 706’ wheels give it a modern sporty look and a 380W Meridian sound system with 10 speakers plus subwoofer keeps the sound thumping when you are cruising with the top down. The SE Dynamic is the cheapest convertible with a starting price of $52,000.

HSE Dynamic

The HSE Dynamic Convertible ups the price to $57,700 but you get quite a bang for the buck. Narvik Black accents, automatic Xenon headlights with LED Signature Lighting, 12-Way/12-Way Oxford leather electric memory seats a navigation system. Illuminated Range Rover Treadplates and configurable mood lighting add to the luxurious look and feel.

CarsDirect Tip

The HSE is a great choice for the five-door. It is packed full of convenience features and technology while offering a real sense of luxury at a reasonable price. When it comes to the convertible the SE Dynamic is a great choice—but if you are looking for a more rugged look and upscale amenities, the HSE Dynamic is the Evoque drop-top for you.

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