What Are the Trim Levels on the Land Rover Range Rover Evoque?

June 21st, 2018 by

The Land Rover Range Rover Evoque is one of the most exciting crossovers out there with luxury and performance rarely seen in the class. This impressive vehicle offers six different trim levels each with their own selection of luxury features, so it can be intimidating to choose which Evoque is right for you. Fortunately at Westside Land Rover of Cleveland, we’ve broken down the standout features on each model so you can find the perfect Evoque in Cleveland.

Evoque SE
This base model still comes with a huge variety of luxury features like 12-way grained leather seats, the InControl® Touch™ Infotainment system with an eight-inch touchscreen, and a premium sound system.

Evoque SE Premium
The SE Premium adds onto the base model with a gesture tailgate, front fog lights, a fixed panoramic glass roof, and Xenon automatic LED headlights. This is a great option for Westlake drivers who want the distinctive glass roof, but not too many high-end features.

Evoque HSE
Drivers who need extra luxury and safety features should opt for the HSE, it gives you Automatic High Beam Assist, heated 12-way leather seats, an upgraded sound system, and Blind Spot Monitor.

Evoque HSE Dynamic
The name Dynamic references its Dynamic body style and the Adaptive Dynamics. This model also comes with plenty of unique badging to help you stand out on Westlake roads.

Evoque Landmark Edition
For plenty of features at a great value, you can’t go wrong with the Landmark Edition. This model keeps the Dynamic body style and features a huge variety of luxury features that were offered on other models. Cosmetic features like body-colored door handles give you a distinct look compared to the other models.

Evoque Autobiography
The Autobiography represents the most luxury you’re going to find in a crossover. With a full Oxford leather interior, specialized lighting, 14-way memory seats, and an 825-watt sound system, this vehicle will impress just about anyone.

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