1 Apr 2015
Range Rover added its Ingenium diesel engine to its entry level Evoque range in September 2016, taking the opportunity to align the mid-size SUV’s model line-up with its full-sized stablemates at the same time.
Gone were the Dynamic and Prestige grades, replaced with more familiar SE, HSE, HSE Dynamic and Autobiography monikers. The entry-level Pure line-up remained intact.
A raft of minor exterior and interior changes accompanied the mid-life facelift, including adaptive LED headlights, new seats and styling changes inside and out.
Prices changed slightly across the 14-variant range, with the entry level manual-only front-wheel-drive Pure three-door costing $500 more.