For 2018, the 3-door Evoque is dropped from the lineup and two new gasoline turbocharged 4-cylinder engines are added. Although both new engines have the same 2.0-liter displacement, one is a high-output version with 286 horsepower. Auto-dimming exterior mirrors are made standard on HSE and higher trims, and a new Landmark Edition trim is added. See the 2018 Land Rover Range Rover Evoque models for sale near you
While we like the low price, the Evoque SE lacks a couple of features that luxury buyers want, namely a power lift gate and a panoramic sunroof. We recommend stepping up to either the Evoque SE Premium or HSE Dynamic. We prefer the practicality of the 5-door model, but if the convertible fits your lifestyle, the SE Dynamic would be our choice.
The 2018 Land Rover Range Rover Evoque comes in two body styles and six trims. The 5-door model is offered as the SE, SE Premium, HSE, HSE Dynamic, Autobiography and Landmark Edition, while the convertible comes in only two trims: SE Dynamic and HSE Dynamic.
The Evoque SE ($42,795) features a turbocharged 2.0-liter engine, Terrain Response driver-selectable all-wheel drive, rain-sensing wipers, power-folding and heated side mirrors, keyless entry and starting, 18-inch wheels, perforated leather seating, dual-zone automatic climate control, an 8-way power front seat with 4-way power lumbar control, All-Terrain Progress Control, front and rear parking sensors, a rear backup camera, 8-in touchscreen audio with InControl Plus navigation, Bluetooth and a USB/iPod interface.
The Evoque SE Premium (5-door, $46,895) adds bi-xenon headlights with LED surrounds and power washers, front fog lights, a gesture-activated lift gate, a fixed-glass panel roof, driver's-seat memory and InControl apps.
The Evoque Landmark Edition ($49,395) adds to the SE Premium features 19-in gloss dark gray finished wheels, graphite colored hood louvers and grill surround, dynamic body styling, a dark tinted fixed moonroof and unique exterior paint options.
The Evoque SE Dynamic convertible ($53,095) includes a power-folding top, heated side mirrors with memory, a 10.2-in touchscreen, 18-in wheels and an 11-speaker, 380-watt Meridian sound system.
The Evoque HSE ($52,095) adds 19-in wheels, automatic high-beam assist, Oxford leather seating, heated front seats, InControl Touch Pro with navigation and a 10.2-in touchscreen, 11-speaker 380-watt Meridian sound system, configurable mood lighting and a blind spot monitoring system with rear-cross traffic alert.
The Evoque HSE Dynamic ($55,295) offers the same features as the HSE, but with more exterior and interior trim and color choices, Adaptive Dynamics with Dynamic Mode, illuminated tread plates, an aero rear flip spoiler and bright exhaust finishers.
The Evoque HSE Dynamic convertible ($58,795) adds the same features as the 5-door, minus the panoramic sunroof and spoiler. It also includes 12-way oxford leather front seats, InControl Pro with navigation and Narvik Black accents.
The Evoque Autobiography ($63,595) adds a full Oxford leather interior, 14-way heated and massaging front seats, an 825-watt 17-speaker Meridian audio system, heated rear seats and steering wheel, autonomous emergency braking, lane-keep assist, 20-in wheels and a unique Autobiography exterior treatment.
Option packages for the Range Rover Evoque include the Cold Climate package (a heated windshield, a heated steering wheel, heated front and rear seats and heated windshield-washer jets) and the Driver Assistance package (a blind spot monitoring system with a closing-vehicle sensor, automatic high beams and rear cross-traffic alert). The HSE Driver Assistance package adds the Surround View camera and parallel and perpendicular park assist, while the Driver Assistance Plus package brings a head-up display and LED adaptive front lighting. The HSE Dynamic Driver Assistance Plus Package adds autonomous emergency braking and adaptive cruise control, and the Luxury Seating package adds heated and ventilated front seats with adjustable side bolsters, heated rear outboard seating, a heated steering wheel and heated windshield washers.
Options include a rear-seat entertainment system, 4G Wi-Fi, 825-watt Meridian audio and upgraded interior and exterior trim.
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|Drivetrain||4 Years/50,000 Miles|
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2018 Volvo XC60 -- Starting at around $43,000, the all-new XC60 is powered by a choice of either turbocharged or turbocharged and supercharged 4-cylinder engines. With striking body lines, the same or better hp rating and an 8-speed automatic gearbox, the XC60 is a strong competitor to the Evoque.
2018 BMW X5 -- The X5 can be fitted with a 2.0-liter turbocharged inline 4-cylinder, a 3.0-liter turbocharged inline 6-cylinder, a 4.4-liter V8 or a 3.0-liter turbodiesel engines, all paired with an 8-speed automatic transmission. The interior of the X5 might not be as stunning as the Evoque's, but it is slightly larger and more livable.
2018 Audi Q5 -- The base Q5's turbocharged 2.0-liter inline 4-cylinder engine only makes 220 hp. An available supercharged V6 packs 272 hp, but fuel economy suffers. Audi's world-renowned quattro all-wheel-drive system is also standard.
2018 Acura RDX -- The RDX costs less than the Range Rover Evoque and has better resale values and a standard V6 engine with more power.
Used Porsche Cayenne -- A 2012-2016 Porsche Cayenne offers more power and options, as well as better performance.