The seventh generation of this premium saloon was a clear winner when Fleet News’ readers were asked to choose their favourite new company car of 2019.
Range Rover’s Evoque has become the first premium compact SUV to offer an RDE2-compliant engine – meaning drivers can avoid paying the 4% benefit-in-kind tax diesel supplement.
Eye-catching looks, true Range Rover luxury and RDE2 engines, mean Evoque's success story looks set to continue for some time yet.
The Range Rover Evoque will be available with hybrid-electric engines for the first time.
Available to order in November 2018, the second generation Evoque is priced from £31,600 and available with petrol, diesel and hybrid engines.
Land Rover will scale back production of Discovery Sport and Range Rover Evoque models this year, but lead times will not be affected.
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