The Range Rover Evoque can add another achievement on its already straining trophy case.
In the recent People’s Wheels awards, 2011 model-year Evoques proved to be the top achiever when it came to retaining their value. Two years down the line, these cars still retained almost 81 percent of their original retail price.
According to information supplied by pricing and value specialists, Transunion, a 2011 Range Rover Evoque 2,2 SD4 Dynamic turbodiesel will sell for 80.82 percent of what it retailed for two years ago and the turbopetrol 2,0 Si4 is just a fraction of a percent behind its stablemate with a score of 80.81 percent.
“Building a reputation in the pre-owned market is no easy task and we’re delighted that the Range Rover Evoque has performed so well in the People’s Wheels awards, adding great resale value to its already impressive skills set,” says Peter Biven, Brand and Communications Director at Jaguar Land Rover South Africa.