That is, until recently, when Range Rover entered the niche market dominated by brands like Lexus, BMW and Audi and introduced its Range Rover Evoque, a crossover that recently won the title of Motortrend's 2012 SUV of the year. It earned raves from reviews at the magazine—and across the board from testers—its superior performance and handling helping to justify the $44,000 to $54,000 sticker price (slightly higher than its closest competitors).
Check out exactly what makes this luxury crossover worth the test drive or a rental for your next getaway.
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