Land Rovers have always been ideal for navigating snow-covered highways, desert terrain, uncharted forest territory or hauling the kids, and the company’s made sure in recent years that each model in their fleet achieves a pleasing level of swank, too, with accompanying stickers in the (relative) stratosphere. The Evoque is the smallest, lightest, most fuel-efficient Range Rover yet produced. To give you an example of its dimensions, it’s just a wee bit shorter than a Ford Focus, and features an all-new 240 horsepower 2.0 liter four-cylinder engine with a six-speed automatic transmission. A 4-cylinder in a Land Rover, you say? Isn’t that like trying to make a Thanksgiving dinner for 10 people using a toaster oven? Not in this case. With the Evoque’s turbocharger, you have the power you need when you need it and a far less gulpy engine at all other times.
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