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.
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.
* 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
Range Rover Evoque Landmark Edition
Range Rover Evoque Landmark Edition Review
The Evoque Landmark Edition is a total looker. It grabs a lot of attention wherever you take it and this SUV is a great choice for someone who is a fashion maniac. The interior is also well laid out while the Ingenium engine offers a good blend of performance and economy. Yes, this SUV does feel slightly outdated now so if you’re in the market looking to purchase an Evoque, we recommend you wait for a few months for the next generation model.