The well-appointed Range Rover Evoque may masquerade as a luxury vehicle when in the city, but it's tough enough to earn its sport utility stripes once it goes off road.
The original design of the Evoque may be based on the LR2, but you wouldn't know it from the inside. While the vehicle has a smaller footprint and a more streamlined design, there's still sufficient space, legroom and headroom for four passengers. Our backseat passengers, however, did let us know that their seats didn't feel quite as supportive they would have wanted on a longer drive.
All four travelers loved the panoramic moonroof—the interior light it provided made the cabin feel roomier.
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