In the civilized world, the Range Rover Evoque demonstrates a poise and level of ride and handling much more akin to a polished sports
sedan. Body motions are...
... measured and predictable, the steering firm and communicative and the power from the turbocharged 2.0-liter engine abundant. The 9-speed automatic seems like a bit of overkill, but it does help return impressive fuel economy when cruising along at 70, 75 or 80 mph. Off-road, we were impressed at just how well our Evoque SUV handled mud, deep rutted back roads and slippery inclines. One or more wheels always seemed to find traction, and the competent suspension managed to absorb the brutal impacts that surpassed the Evoque’s 8.3 inches of ground clearance. The system may lack the locking differentials and low range of its more expensive stablemates, but against its direct competitors the 2015 Evoque is as good or better.