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I view the Evoque as an advancement of a new concept of efficiency, sportiness from a line of known off-road able vehicles. I'm thinking it may be a few years before other marks will catch up to niche created by the introduction of the Evoque. With this in mind, the great initial interest continuing forward, and a reliable mechanical/build quality, I think there's a decent chance this vehicle will outshine its brethren models in resale value in the near future.

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I view the Evoque as an advancement of a new concept of efficiency, sportiness from a line of known off-road able vehicles. I'm thinking it may be a few years before other marks will catch up to niche created by the introduction of the Evoque. With this in mind, the great initial interest continuing forward, and a reliable mechanical/build quality, I think there's a decent chance this vehicle will outshine its brethren models in resale value in the near future.

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Here's hoping!! The on-line computers at kelley blue book have it following suit with the previous LR/RR's. Is this due to reliability/durability, or is it because owners of LR/RR's want the newest thing out there and devalue their old ones?



 
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