The Range Rover Evoque is Land Rover's most successful ever model and it's easy to see why. It's not quite a cut-price range Rover, but a lot of the tech, capability and style have been crammed inside this compact SUV. The Evoque has been around since 2011 and only seen minor updates since then, but it remains smooth to drive, comfortable to sit in and has never been cheaper to run thanks to the addition of JLR's new Ingenium diesel engines. Refinement has also taken a step up and equipped with the nine-speed automatic gearbox, there are few more luxurious compact SUVs out there. Just be careful with the options as the price can quickly add up. The Range Rover Evoque wowed crowds when it went on sale back in 2011 and it only takes one look to understand how it still turns heads today. We voted it as our favourite compact SUV in the 2013 Auto Express New Car Awards, praising its blend of style, performance, economy and off-road ability. Available both as a conventional five-door and sleeker three-door, there are few cars in this price bracket that can match the Evoque for sheer kerb-appeal. The newer BMW X4 and Porsche Macan come close, but cars like the Audi Q5 and Volvo XC60 look dull in comparison.
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