How Does the 2020 Range Rover Evoque Compare to the Competition?

Without a doubt, the Range Rover brand is synonymous with both capability and luxury. But the luxury SUV space is stacked with capable contenders, and finding the right model is a matter of understanding exactly what you're looking for. With it's blend of high-end luxury and off-road capability, the 2020 Range Rover Evoque stands out from the crowd as the all-around leader of luxury SUVs, and Land Rover Nashville has done some digging to back it up.


Range Rover Evoque vs. Volvo XC40

When comparing the smallest Range Rover model with the smallest Volvo SUV, you'll find that advanced technology is where the Evoque truly stands on it's own. For starters, you'll find that built-in navigation is standard on the Range Rover Evoque, while you'll have to upgrade your XC40 to get it. The same is true for keyless ignition and parking assistance.

Under the hood, the Evoque is the clear winner with a 246-horsepower engine that puts out 269 pound-feet of torque in the base model. Even the top-spec XC40 can't keep up as it produces 248 horsepower and 258 pound-feet of torque.

Luxury once again goes to the Range Rover Evoque, where leather seats are the standard across the lineup. In the Volvo you'll find faux-leather or cloth seats instead, and both models make heated seats optional.

Range Rover Evoque Vs. Audi Q3

If you're considering an Audi Q3 in the Nashville area, perhaps the Range Rover Evoque might be a better option. Once again standard built-in navigation puts the Range Rover ahead of the Audi in the standard features category, and it doesn't end there. Parking assistance in the Evoque makes it easy to get in and out of tight spaces, while you'll have to pay extra for that feature in the Q3.

The Audi does take a slight edge in that heated seats are standard, where they are optional on the Range Rover Evoque. However, the Evoque takes the crown right back by offering ventilated seats where no Audi Q3 model can be fitted with such an option.

In the power department, the Evoque once again pulls ahead, quite literally. Thanks to a 2.0-liter turbocharged four-cylinder engine that makes 246 horsepower and 269 pound-feet of torque to the Audi's 228 horsepower and 258 pound-feet of torque, the Evoque will walk away from the Audi when the lights turn green. Both models are fitted with all-wheel drive as standard, but the Evoque uses a nine-speed transmission as opposed to the eight-speed used in the Audi Q3.


Range Rover Evoque vs. Mercedes-Benz GLA

If you love the premium feel of real leather seats, the Range Rover Evoque offers them as a standard feature. Meanwhile, the Mercedes-Benz starts with Leatherette upholstery.

That powerful Range Rover Evoque engine is once again it's party piece, as it's 246 horsepower and 269 pound-feet of torque put it far and away above the 208-horsepower Mercedes-Benz model. And when things get slippery, the Evoque offers all-wheel drive as standard while the GLA only uses front-wheel drive in its base trim.

Range Rover Evoque vs. BMW X1

Perhaps the stiffest competition for the Range Rover Evoque, the BMW X1 matches it with standard keyless ignition, built-in navigation, and parking assistance. Where the Evoque begins to pull ahead is with the standard leather upholstery and available cooled seats, neither of which can be said for the BMW model. In addition, no BMW X1 model comes with a sunroof, while you can opt for a power panoramic sunroof with a new Range Rover Evoque. Finally, the standard all-wheel drive of the Evoque gives it more capability without having to jump up the trim level offerings.

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So there you have it, if you're looking for the luxury SUV that comes standard with all the best features, the Range Rover Evoque is the one for you! With more power, more capability, and more convenience than its closest competition, you'll wonder why you ever considered anything else. Stop by today!

Range Rover Evoque vs. BMW X2

BMW may have a pair of subcompact luxury SUV models, but neither of them compares to the offerings that the Range Rover Evoque gives its Nashville, TN driver. From the moment you sit down in the cabin, the difference is instantly apparent. The Range Rover Evoque features genuine leather upholstery as a standard feature while the BMW X2 has only a leatherette upholstery.

In addition, the Range Rover Evoque has it where it counts, power. Brentwood, TN drivers get more horsepower and torque from the base Range Rover Evoque than the BMW X2. The numbers are as follows:

Range Rover Evoque

  • 246 Horsepower
  • 269 Pound-Feet of Torque


  • 228 Horsepower
  • 258 Pound-Feet of Torque

Range Rover Evoque vs. Lexus UX

When put up against the Lexus UX, the Range Rover Evoque beats it by a country mile. In the power department, it's not even a competition. The Range Rover Evoque's standard 2.0-liter turbo-four engine gets 246 horsepower and 269 pound-feet of torque compared to the Lexus UX, which gets 169 horsepower and 151 pound-feet of torque. In addition, all-wheel drive is standard on the Range Rover Evoque, furthering its position as an elite off-roader for Franklin, TN and Hendersonville TN drivers, while the Lexus UX comes standard with front-wheel drive.

The differences continue into the cabin. The Range Rover Evoque features a much more robust infotainment system that is controlled via a ten-inch touchscreen versus the Lexus UX, which features a much smaller seven-inch touchscreen.

Why Buy the Range Rover Evoque

The Range Rover Evoque is built for the Smryna TN driver with a desire to explore country roads less traveled in unrivaled style. A robust suspension meshed with elite-level performance and state-of-the-art technology form the most comprehensive subcompact SUV in the world. Simply put, there's not much the Range Rover Evoque can't do.