New entry-level 2013 Range Rover Evoque Pure introduced in US
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- 04:02 pm, October 03, 2012
The new entry-level model is priced about a Lakh of rupees less than the outgoing Evoque Pure.
The Range Rover Evoque is unarguably the most stunning looking off roader you can buy today and like every other Range Rover, it’s as good on road as its contemporary peers from Audi and BMW. But as they say, all good things do come at a price. The Evoque is a little steeply priced as compared to its German rivals.
Now though, in a bid to bridge down the gap, Range Rover has introduced a cut-price model of the Evoque. Called the 2013 Evoque Pure; this new entry-level model costs about a Lakh of rupees less than the 2012 base-spec Evoque.
The 2013 Evoque Pure loses out on a few creature comforts like the panoramic glass roof and the all-leather interiors though it still gets a new upholstery made with a combination of leather and as Range Rover calls it - Dinamica synthetic suede.
The new cut-price Pure model puts the Evoque closer to some of its rivals like the Audi Q5 and the BMW X3. However, it still is significantly more expensive than either of the two German SUVs.
First Published on 04:02 pm, October 03, 2012
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