The 2002 Land Rover Range Rover Evoque lineup gains an HST model with increased power and sporty design elements. Newly standard equipment includes heated front seats, a power liftgate, and wireless device charging. The Range Rover Evoque received its last major update in 2020.
Choosing Your Range Rover Evoque
The Range Rover Evoque now comes in six trim levels: S, R-Dynamic S, SE, R-Dynamic SE, and HST. Pricing starts at $44,825 including destination and climbs to $55,900 for the new HST.
All models are powered by a turbocharged 2.0-liter four-cylinder engine. A high-out version with a mild hybrid assist is exclusive to the HST.
Both engines are joined by a nine-speed automatic transmission and four-wheel drive with terrain selection. The Evoque can tow up to 3,698 pounds.
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Passenger and Cargo Capacity
Standard driver-assist technology includes lane-keeping assist, front and rear parking sensors, a driver alertness monitor, and automatic emergency braking. The Driver Assist Pack ($1,950) for the S and HST trims adds blind-spot monitoring with rear cross-traffic alert, safe exit assist, and adaptive cruise control. Adaptive headlights with automatic high beams are standard on the HST and cost $1,100 on the S trims. All of these features are standard on the SE models.
A surround-view camera is an $800 standalone option for all trims.
The Evoque's standard infotainment system includes a 10-inch touchscreen, navigation, six speakers, two USB ports, HD and satellite radio, wireless device charging with a signal booster, and Apple CarPlay and Android Auto compatibility. The SE trims also feature a 10-inch lower touchscreen with non-infotainment controls.
A 12-speaker Meridian sound system is standard on the HST and available on the other trims for $350. A 14-speaker Meridian surround-sound system can be added to any Evoque for $800.
The S starts out with leather upholstery, heated 12-way power front seats, proximity key access, an auto-dimming rearview mirror, automatic wipers, rear fog lights, LED headlights and taillights, and 18-inch silver wheels. The $800 Convenience Pack adds a hands-free power liftgate, a power-adjustable steering wheel, a cargo net, and Activity Key (a water- and shock-proof wristwatch that functions as a key fob). Heated rear seats and driver memory settings are bundled for $760.
There's also a Cold Climate Pack ($650) with a heated steering wheel and heated windshield and headlight washers. The Dynamic Handling Pack equips the S with an adaptive suspension system, red brake calipers, and paddle shifters for $1,550.
Buyers can top off the S with a contrasting black roof ($600), a fixed panoramic roof ($1,300), or a panoramic roof with front sliding panel ($1,800).
The R-Dynamic S gives the S a sporty design theme that includes body-color exterior trim with copper accents, a black grille, and chrome door sills. The interior features a perforated leather-wrapped steering wheel, a black headliner, dark aluminum trim, metal pedal covers, and standard paddle shifters.
The SE builds on the S with signature LED headlights and taillights, 20-inch wheels, and the aforementioned safety and connectivity upgrades. Major option packages are shared with the S.
The R-Dynamic SE combines the SE's higher equipment level with the R-Dynamic appearance features.
The HST gets the 296-hp engine, plus red brake calibers, black exterior trim, 20-inch gloss black wheels, paddle shifters, and the sliding panoramic roof as standard. Other equipment and packages are similar to the S.
The 2002 Range Rover Evoque SE provides enough standard equipment to justify its price premium over the S. Since the R-Dynamic treatment is wholly cosmetic, we recommend going for the HST if you're interested in actual performance.