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The Range Rover Evoque Landmark Edition gets a ton of safety equipment

Safety and After Sales Service – The Range Rover Evoque Landmark Edition gets multiple airbags, ISOFIX child seat mounts, Tyre Pressure Monitoring System, ABS with EBD and EBA, Hill Descent Control, Dynamic Stability Control and Traction Control system. Although the after sales experience of the British carmaker has been decent, the network isn’t as widespread as the German trios.

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Almost at the end of its life-cycle, the current Evoque still remains a tempting SUV to lay your hands on

Verdict – If you’re in the market for a luxury compact SUV, the Range Rover Evoque would, of course, be on your list but should you look at the Landmark Edition? Based on the SE trim, the Landmark Edition loses out on some gizmos but if you’re getting a good deal or discount, then the Landmark Edition is worth going for. However, the second-generation Evoque will soon be launched in India and if you’re willing to wait, honestly, the wait is going to be worth it as the new model looks extremely promising.

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The Range Rover Evoque isn’t about just show and no go, it can manage some off-road as well

What’s Cool

* Ageless design, big attention magnet!
* Compact footprint
* InControl Touch Pro infotainment system is engaging to use
* Refined diesel motor
* Balanced ride and handling

What’s Not So Cool

* Some features missing in the Landmark Edition
* Cramped rear seat space

Alternatives: – Mercedes GLE, Audi Q5, BMW X3, Volvo XC60, Land Rover Discovery Sport, Jaguar F-Pace, Lexus NX 300h

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SUVs are all about exploring the unknown

Testers’ Note:

“Having driven multiple variants of the Evoque in the past, I felt quite familiar with the Landmark Edition. Yes, the blue colour stands out and what is surprising is that even after so many years the Evoque’s design doesn’t feel boring. The SUV is quite good to drive and it is very capable off the road too, which I experienced recently during the Above and Beyond Tour. I feel the next generation Evoque is going to be super exciting if the pictures and specs are anything to go by, but as for the current generation I’d pick the convertible!” – Parth Gohil, Associate Editor, MotorBeam.

Further Reading
Range Rover Evoque Off-Road Experience
Range Rover Evoque Convertible Review
Range Rover Evoque Review

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