Land Rover Offers Reliability And Class

by Laura Gallagher

The Evoque model, as seen on Land Rover Dallas dealer's floors is meant to be a competitor for the Audi Q3 RS. The firm's sales have increased substantially since the Evoque crossover appeared on the market. This led the British brand to work more seriously on the different versions of this model, in order to attract additional customers.

The technical characteristics of the SUV will not be changed. It would be given the same selection of engines which are available at the moment. The gasoline HSE and Autobiography Sport may be equipped with 5.0-liter, V8 engine with 510 hp and 625 Nm.

Both versions are combined with a 6-speed automatic transmission. Its sprint time from 0 to 100 kilometers per hour with this gasoline engine takes 5.9 seconds and average gas consumption is 14.9 liters. For all the diesel fans, it comes with the familiar V6 with 3.0-liters of displacement that generates 255 hp and 600 Nm. With this engine, the luxury SUV accelerates from 0 to 100 kph in 8.5 seconds and consumes an average of 8.8 l.

The news for the model is that the machine shall be available in four official colors. All cars shall be delivered to customers with alloy rims, while the top models will be equipped with brakes by Brembo. New are also the color combinations in the interior, where most of the details will be made of veneer and carbon fiber.

The appearance of the new Evoque version would be distinguished by larger wheels, a new body-kit and a suspension lowered by 10 mm. The predictions of the experts have come true and the Evoque has become a real hit in this class. The vehicle is sold with 3 and 5 door options.

Beside the difference in the number of doors, you will be able to notice a different front wind shield and the top of the vehicle is not the same, either. The roof of the 5 door version is higher, for more room in the interior. This is a very popular vehicle for Land Rover Dallas dealers at the moment and it will be on the market for a long time.

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