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2016 Range Rover Evoque TD4 180 SE review

I bought this car because my commute to and from work is 166kms return, so I wanted a comfortable economical ride with the visibility that you only get from an SUV. I wanted something stylish, and as I am in my late 50’s I could afford something a little more special than I have had in the past...

2015 Range Rover Evoque TD4 180 SE review

I bought the car for its style, economy and practicality. It has proven to be extremely smooth, quiet and comfortable. The TD4 180 provides ample performance, the only 'complaint' is the lag. It’s just a bit too slow to respond at times, but once it’s on song it’s a delight. Some of the technology leaves a bit to be desired...

2017 Range Rover Velar D300 S AWD review

After owning an Evoque TD4 150SE and getting used to the AWD concept, I decided to update to the Velar. It is more practical over long distances with the 3.0-litre V6 and superb air suspension, along with the added practicality of more room luggage-wise. The model is not so basic, yet has a few added features that make the vehicle more user-friendly, such as blind-spot monitoring...

2013 Range Rover Evoque Sd4 Dynamic Review

The Land Rover LRX concept released in 2008 was a cut through statement concept car design in a practical body – almost faithfully sent straight to production as the 2011 Range Rover Evoque. Few other production cars of the past decade have absolutely nailed the concept car aesthetic and sheer desirability with quite the same precision...

2012 Range Rover Vogue Luxury Tdv8 Review

It is said - not entirely in jest - that a Range Rover isn't a car. It's a hobby. Nevertheless, notwithstanding Land Rover's less than stellar reputation for reliability, I had coveted one for decades. By 2010 I realised that if I didn't bite the bullet soon, I'd be getting too old and sensible...

2014 Range Rover Evoque Si4 Pure Review

I have owned this car for almost 2 years, with 25,000 miles on it. I ordered it from the factory in the coupe style. I got some of the driver assistant features, blind spot, and cameras but opted to not get the navigation (who needs that when you have google maps)In the beginning I was unsure whether I made a wise choice, the vehicle is very limited on storage space and I found it difficult to juggle my wife's luggage on a long road trip...

2012 Range Rover Vogue Luxury Tdv8 Review

It is said - not entirely in jest - that a Range Rover isn't a car. It's a hobby. Nevertheless, notwithstanding Land Rover's less than stellar reputation for reliability, I had coveted one for decades. By 2010 I realised that if I didn't bite the bullet soon, I'd be getting too old and sensible...

2014 Range Rover Evoque Review

Unlike other Range Rovers on the market the Evoque puts style and form ahead of practicality, but that isn't necessarily a bad thing and with its brash exterior the Evoque arrives with a unique presence wherever it goes...

2015 Range Rover Evoque Review

As a so called car nut, it's sometimes hard to form an objective opinion on cars which offer function over feeling. Cars with more ‘fluff' than ‘puff' don't really ignite my man fire. I see a Ferrari and I melt. I see an Aston and I gasp. I see a ‘Great Wall' and I usually give it the same look I give a toilet brush – I understand your purpose but I'm disgusted that people use you...

2014 Range Rover Evoque Td4 Pure Review

I bought evoque TD4 pure in feb 2014. what attracted to me was it looks. but was actually quiet surprised by its performance when i took it off road to fraser island.it responded really well and oh boy I was thoroughly happy I made the right choice Rangie’s 11-speaker Meridian system is superb, Evoque is quieter and feels punchier, and in its sport mode the nine-speeder has a gear for every occasion, and knows when to use each one of them...

2015 Range Rover Sport Svr Review

I have to say that the SVR is one of the most incredible pieces of machinery. No only is it the most powerful Ranger Rover ever, it somehow manages to transform all the power and pace into a normal day-to-day car. I bought this SVR as a gift for my wife for our anniversary. so far and to this very day not one thing has come up that has caused us to raise a eyebrow...

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