2006 Scion xA and 2000 Oldsmobile Bravada, the Evoque gets mileage that falls between the two so it averages out. Paying for one insurance, even on the new pricey Evoque, is still lower than double paying insurance on the two older cars. I had two cars because I have to get to work even if the roads aren't plowed yet out here, but I liked driving the small, nimble, efficient Scion xA 10 months out of the year. Now I have one vehicle that does both, is shorter than the Bravada, wider and more stable, handles sporty, frees up lots of space in the garage, and has lots and lots of toys. There are other luxury SUVs out there, but either not as capable, or too big and gas thirsty for my tastes. I like powerful/capable efficiency.