Land Rover Range Rover Evoque Car Lease
Launched in 2011, the Evoque became one of the best-selling Range Rovers worldwide. After a serious upgrade, the latest second-generation now offers more space, an improved design and more tech. What’s more, you can drive this sought-after SUV for less. Discover our best Land Rover Evoque lease deals available today.
Recently refreshed in 2018 to incorporate Land Rover's new design language, the Evoque is definitely the best version yet. The new 5-door carries nothing over from the previous generation other than the name, allowing Land Rover to improve the already hugely successful Evoque in all areas.
Design features brought over from the Velar include a new headlight style and retracting door handles. They completely renewed the interior too, with triple displays for infotainment, plus climate control and an interactive driver unit to boot.
In the mid to high tier range, the Evoque offers more off-roading options with four-wheel-drive models, giving you ultimate grip and control when needed. Even better, this car can also disengage drive to the rear wheels to save fuel when the Evoque can easily cope with just two.
Other improvements have been made to the chassis and handling to give a more surefooted feel on the road when the road gets twisty. There is a choice between petrol and diesel engines, manual or automatic gearbox and all automatic versions come with mild-hybrid technology.
Whichever Range Rover Evoque lease deal you choose, at Leasing Options you'll be getting the best possible price thanks to our Price Match Promise. And, if you require any assistance, our friendly customer service team are always on hand to answer any questions you may have.
land-rover range rover evoque Review
Land Rover’s small SUV with stylish looks, that’s not afraid of getting muddy off-road.
This SUV rides high but feels nimble when the road becomes twisty, with minimal lean in the corners. On smooth motorways it's stable and the light steering is welcomed around tighter city streets. When the road gets muddy, all bar the entry-level Evoque gets four-wheel drive and it’s as capable as any other Land Rover.
On the inside the cabin is stylish but minimalistic, with soft-touch materials throughout. The dashboard is dominated by the 10" Touchscreen infotainment system, including Apple CarPlay and Android Auto.
As with all Land Rovers, it’s a natural off-road and it is hands-down better than its rivals, with a 600mm wading depth.
Boot space is 475 litres and square in space, allowing packing suitcases and larger items with ease. Equally, there is no load lip to contend with and there is some underfloor storage too. The back seats have a folding configuration of 40:20:40 which can expand the boot capacity to 1.156 litres, with enough length to load a bike in wheels attached.