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With anticipation surrounding the arrival of the new Range Rover Evoque nearing fever pitch, Copley Land Rover in Halifax has revealed pricing in the UK will start from under £30,000.

UK pricing starts from £27,955 for an eD4 ‘Pure’ 5-door model (equipped with 6 speed manual gearbox and two–wheel drive) or £28,950 in four–wheel drive form and from £44,320 for a top-of-the-range Si4 ‘Dynamic’ coupé (equipped with 6 Speed automatic gearbox and LUX pack).

Antony Kidger, Dealer Principal at Copley Land Rover, said: “The Evoque is destined to become a design classic – the equivalent of a timeless little black dress or tailored suit that exudes quality and confidence but doesn’t date.

“Owners will have the ability to tailor the look of their Evoque using one of three alternative design themes as a starting point and then personalising everything from wheels to interiors.”

The Range Rover Evoque is available with a wide choice of power trains – a 2.2 litre turbo diesel eD4 engine that delivers 150hp and less than 130g/km CO2 or a 190hp SD4 version which is expected to get from 0-60mph in 8.0 seconds. A new 2.0 litre direct injection petrol engine delivers 240hp and is expected to achieve a 0-60mph time of just 7.1 seconds.

Antony Kidger, added: “With a head-turning profile, a range of exterior colours, three contrasting roof treatments, seven alloy wheel designs and 16 contrasting interiors choices, as well as additional TECH and LUX packs, it’s not surprising that the Evoque has already won the Car Design News ‘Car Design of the Year’ award.

“It will be one of the hottest designs on the road when it arrives in September but if you can’t wait that long to see how one specified with your own personal touches looks and costs, you can try the new Evoque vehicle configurator at: Build and Price | Land Rover UK.”
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