Range Rover Evoque or Porsche Cajun
With the news that Porsche has now confirmed that its new Cajun junior SUV will be built at its plant in Leipzig, we’ve lined up the German newcomer alongside its biggest rival, the new British-built Range Rover Evoque.
Range Rover Evoque
The Evoque hits showrooms this year, and is offered with a choice of two or four doors and two- or four-wheel drive. Like the Cajun, it represents the entry point for Land Rover’s luxury arm.
Those looks are revolutionary, too. Design boss Gerry McGovern describes its bulging arches and squat profile as “a modern and relevant execution of the familiar Range Rover design language”.
It’s the marque’s cleanest car ever. In front-wheel-drive, 150bhp 2.2-litre ed4 diesel guise, the Evoque should return 60mpg and emit 135g/km of CO2. Other engine options include a more powerful 187bhp diesel and a new 240bhp 2.0-litre petrol turbo – both 4WD only.
Prices are expected to start at around £30,000 for basic Pure models. However, buyers will be encouraged to select from a host of paint, trim and equipment options which should see the average price of an Evoque nudging £40k.
Cleanest Range Rover yet
Getting carried away with the options
Waiting lists – it’s bound to be popular
Not one for the purists
Read our first ride along in the Range Rover Evoque.
if you’re looking for something even more exclusive, Porsche has just the thing. The German firm is planning a baby brother to the Cayenne, and it will debut in concept form towards the end of the year before arriving in showrooms in late 2012.
Based on the Audi Q5, the Cajun will start at £40,000, but a range of options should ensure most variants cost nearer £50,000.
For the money, buyers will be rewarded with a driver-focused SUV designed with road driving in mind. In top 328bhp 3.0 TFSI V6 spec, the Cajun will cover 0-62mph in less than six seconds.
Like the Range Rover, the Porsche also gets adaptive dampers for top quality ride and handling. The Cajun will be four-wheel drive only and will come with the choice of either a six-speed manual gearbox or seven-speed PDK.
By Tom Phillips
16th March 2011
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03-24-2011 09:00 PM
Pretty interesting thread about Posrche Cajun. A Thursday statement from Porsche quelled conjecture that has been going around for some time. The company will be launching a 2013 U.S. version of the Cajun little SUV. Also, the car maker will unveil a diesel model of the Cayenne for the U.S. industry in 2012. Article source: Porsche Cajun and Cayenne diesel coming to States
I would not trade an EVOQUE to a Cajun, it is too MICKEY MOUSE for my taste, really.
Anyway, great information, thank you much,
We are neighboors!
I am just about 4 to 5 miles away and I have not seen ONE EVOQUE in the streets of NYC!
Where do you hide your EVOQUE!
Take care and have a great 2012.