2012 Land Rover Range Rover Evoque Pure Plus 2dr SUV AWD (2.0L 4cyl Turbo 6A)
Prestige, fully loaded, 4-door:
This car manages to be playful, rugged and sexy at the same time. It feels incredibly fresh when inside, the cabin is airy and roomy, but it really drives like a much sportier, smaller car.
I love that this is an informal, off-road ready car that can take a beating, but oozes luxury and freshness.
Feels just right inside. Very high end core features. Incredibly modern - all other cars just seem stuck in the 90's compared to this one, maybe with the exception of the A7 and few others.
Size is perfect for city driving with a dash of highway driving on the side.
Park assist works well. Sound system is 8/10.
Handling is amazing.
Absolutely atrocious nav system. It is close to unusable. In fact the entire digital user interface is slow and unintuitive and also clunky and unattractive.
Trunk space a wee bit lacking.
Voice control is unusable. Video cameras, except backup cam, are not really useful I the real world.
I wish blind spot assist came standard, because the areas behind the side mirrors is a big mystery mostly.
Would love to see an S version.
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