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2019 Range Rover Evoque pricing revealed





Land Rover Australia has revealed full pricing and specification details for the new Range Rover Evoque, which lands in showrooms this weekend.

Until now, only the entry price of the second-generation version had been released in Australia: $62,670 for the petrol-powered P200.

New details show that figure will move as high as $94,290 for the flagship R-Dynamic HSE.

It seems Range Rover’s model hierarchy will be as complex as ever, with confirmation of 13 different grades from launch, spread across S, SE, HSE badges. In addition, the car-maker will continue to offer another 13 ‘Dynamic’ grades, which is essentially the equivalent of BMW’s M-Sport pack, or Audi’s S-Line pack – bringing a $2970 premium.

However, Land Rover Australia has said it plans on streamlining the Evoque range “in about six months” as part of a broader strategy to reduce complexity.

In the most basic trim, the Range Rover Evoque will come equipped with 18-inch alloy wheels with space-saver spare, 10-inch centre touchscreen with Apple CarPlay and Android Auto, sat-nav, Wi-Fi hotspot, push button start, reversing camera and front and rear parking sensors.

The options list is equally significant, asking buyers to fork out extra for items including head-up display ($1300), 360-degree surround camera ($410), keyless entry ($900) and locking wheel nuts ($100), among many others.

On the safety front, low speed autonomous emergency braking is standard, as is traffic sign recognition, adaptive speed limiter, the usual safety acronyms and full airbag coverage. Access to high speed AEB, adaptive cruise control and blind spot assist is made via an optional $1340 pack (standard on HSE grades).

Meanwhile, in off-roading terms, every Evoque is equipped with the car-maker’s much-vaunted Terrain Response 2 system and All Terrain Progress Control (ATPC).

Range Rover is offering six different engine options across the Evoque range, three petrol and three diesel. All are 2.0 litres in displacement and turbocharged.

The petrol offering comprises the 147kW/320Nm P200, 183kW/365Nm P250 and 221kW/400Nm P300, the latter of which uses Land Rover’s new 48-volt mild hybrid system.

The same mild hybrid set-up is standard across the diesel range, which includes: 110kW/380Nm D150, 132kW/430Nm D180 and 177kW/500Nm D240.

Fuel use across the Evoque line-up ranges between 5.7L/100 and 8.2L/100km depending on variant.

All Evoque models feature all-wheel drive and are tied solely to a nine-speed automatic transmission.

The Evoque is backed by a three-year/100,000km factory warranty in Australia, while a set five-year servicing pack will set petrol and diesel owners back $1500 respectively.

How much is the 2019 Range Rover Evoque?

Evoque S P200 – $62,670

Evoque S D150 – $64,640

Evoque S P250 – $66,840

Evoque S D180 – $67,040

Evoque SE P200 – $68,610

Evoque SE D150 – $70,580

Evoque SE P250 – $72,780

Evoque SE D180 – $72,980

Evoque SE P300 – $82,620

Evoque SE D240 – $83,190

Evoque HSE P300 – $89,850

Evoque HSE D240 – $90,420

*Prices exclude on-road costs, R-Dynamic pack adds $2970