Range Rover Evoque Lease
The Range Rover Evoque lease puts you into the most modern and sexy vehicle to come out of the Luxury SUV segment. The best parts of the Evoque are the: dramatic styling, comfortable interior, versatility, and off-road capability if you ever need it.

2015 Range Rover Evoque Lease

$2,995 Due at Signing

(Excludes tax, title, license and registration fees.) Miles: 21,000

MSRP $41,100

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Payment Breakdown: Land Rover does not have many details about the Range Rover Evoque lease but we do know its a 3 year lease with payments of $419 per month for a total of $15,084. The downpayment of $2,995 does not include taxes, title, license and fees due at signing. There is a$0 security deposit.

End of lease: You will have paid out $18,079 over the life of the 36 month lease. That breaks down to $6026 per year to drive the Range Rover Evoque. Not Bad! You can purchase for $23k at end of lease.Mileage: You are allotted 30k miles over the 3 years or 833 per month or 10k per year. Anything after is $0.30 which is expensive compared to other luxury car leases.

Fine Print: Lease rates shown for Range Rover Evoque Pure 5 Door for customers with exceptional credit approved by a participating lender. All amounts shown are estimates, retailer sets actual amounts. Lessee responsible for insurance, maintenance, excess wear and excess mileage over 30,000 miles at $0.30 /mile. Based on MSRP of $42,040 (including destination and delivery) with a predicted residual value of $23,542 as of 11/1/13. Supplies are limited. Lessee has the option to purchase vehicle at lease end at price negotiated with retailer at signing.

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Evoque Details
The ultra-modern Range Rover Evoque is closely derived from the LRX concept that debuted around the world a few years ago. The Evoque is the smallest Range ever built and comes in both a 3-door and 5-door body style (includes the hatch). This Range Rover it seems was only built to satisfy those looking for the status boost of driving a luxury SUV but the truth is the Evoque is still as capable as ever when it comes to off-road prowess. The Land Rover Range Rover Evoque has a base price of just over $41k making it very affordable.The new Range Rover Evoque is a real sculpture on wheels. At 4.35m long, it is 42cm shorter than the Range Sport and a bit shorter too. This is, by far, the smallest model ever built by the brand. The brand message is clear: the Evoque is an urban vehicle, suitable mostly for long stretches of road but at least this little SUV will still be able to put its wheels in the mud if necessary. The Evoque does though have a couple of surprises up its sleeve.Available in three or five-door, the Evoque does not meet the standards which usually characterize a Land Rover SUV. The Vanishing line is clearly that of an aggressive cut (especially three doors, of course) and the beltline rises high which is a departure from the Land Rover box shape of years past. The accentuated black roof is also something unique to the Evoque. Chic and trendy, the Evoque also offers many customization options, either inside or outside. Rest with such freedom given to designers and template also compact, we say that the habitability must necessarily be limited. This is the case in the relatively three-door, five-door but is doing pretty good. Space is surprisingly plentiful and you will no doubt have enough room for a small family and their luggage.
From the factory, the Range Rover Evoque is richly equipped. The vehicle has everything you need for fun on the road and off. No matter the terrain, the Evoque’s off-road capabilities are real. With Terrain Response, simply select the desired mode (Normal/Gravel/Mud/Sand) and go. Let’s say there is a steep descent ahead; the car retains its stability thanks to the Hill Descent setting. The advanced Haldex 4WD system distributes torque between the ideal wheels. It’s easy, efficient and comfortable.

On the road, the suspension with variable damping Magnetic-Ride does wonders. One can even opt for the Dynamic mode (the dash lights turn red) Terrain Response to increase efficiency Road. The road driving habits feel excellent, with well-controlled body motions. There is no heavy feeling either, despite the 3615 lb. curb weight. The turbocharged 2.0 liter 4-cylinder is also the smallest engine put into a Land Rover. But the power is there with 240 HP and 251 lb-ft. of torque. The 6-speed transmission is perfect matched to the engine and the fuel economy figures are good at 20 MPG in the city and 28 MPG on the highway. The base price for the Range Rover Evoque is a good deal at $41k but you get the exclusivity of a capable luxury SUV in return.