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Don't know if anyone posted it yet but looks like they are stop making the coupes this year??? Why??? I love my coupe.. I see that the convertible is a coupe... I was going to trade up my 2013 coupe that I've had since 2012.. Looks like that's not possible ?
 

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I believe you are right about the coupe production ending. We have a MY13 coupe, and there is still nothing on the road that looks as good, IMHO.
When we ordered our coupe in December 2012, I asked the salesman how many coupes they sold compared to the 4 door model. He said that the
vast majority of Evoques sold were the 4 door model. I think the majority of folks want a four door SUV, or car. I have never owned a four door car:)
As a teen, my friends and I thought only "old" people drove four door cars:D.
 

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I believe you are right about the coupe production ending. We have a MY13 coupe, and there is still nothing on the road that looks as good, IMHO.
When we ordered our coupe in December 2012, I asked the salesman how many coupes they sold compared to the 4 door model. He said that the
vast majority of Evoques sold were the 4 door model. I think the majority of folks want a four door SUV, or car. I have never owned a four door car

As a teen, my friends and I thought only "old" people drove four door cars
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Omg YES. I have a 2001 mustang gt coupe that I LOVE.. It needs a new engine but I still am holding on to it!!! I HATE they aren't doing the coupe anymore. I think it's so dumb that the only way to get a new coupe is to get the convertible.. Bummer.. I totally agree the evoque coupe is gorgeous and the best looking suv out there.. Wish they would reconsider for 2019.. Wonder who would we contact? Land Rover headquarters?
 

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I think it was purely a business decision, by the bean counters. Sadly, the sales numbers just weren't high enough to justify keeping the coupe in production:(.
 

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I think it was purely a business decision, by the bean counters. Sadly, the sales numbers just weren't high enough to justify keeping the coupe in production<img src="http://www.evoqueforums.net/forum/images/smilies/frown.png" border="0" alt="" title="Frown" class="inlineimg" />.
? That's what I was afraid of
 
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