Jaguar Land Rover Canada Announces Pricing on 2012 Range Rover Evoque
The Range Rover Evoque is the most fuel efficient model ever built Range Rover and enters it in the exhibition of Canadian dealers in autumn 2011 rooms at competitive MSRP of $ 46,995 *.
Land Rover Canada revealed today that its the lightest and most fuel efficient Range Rover ever built model, the new Range Rover Evoque, 2012, will be sold in Canada from $ 46,995 * for the version a five-door and $ 52,595 * for the coupe version.
The Range Rover Evoque offers a wide range of equipment customization, including the three themes of design Pure, Prestige and Dynamic and innovative clean technologies Range Rover. These include a touch screen 8-inch (203 mm), a reverse camera, and a long list of features for comfort and convenience, such as rich leather upholstery and wood, a powerful surround sound 825 watt Meridian has 17 speakers, a rear entertainment system, an electric tailgate and a dynamic adaptive system with MagneRideMC, all respecting the style, comfort and clean technology and Range Rover has offered an extremely competitive price.
"The Range Rover Evoque will revolutionize the way in which our brand is perceived," stated Lindsay Duffield, president of Jaguar Land Rover Canada. "Typical Elements of Design Range Rover, combined has a smaller size and a responsible approach focused on sustainability, will attract a new generation of customers who had probably never even consider the possibility to opt for SUV. "
With a fuel consumption of 7.1 l/100 km ** highway and 10.7 litres/100 km in town **, the Range Rover Evoque clearly announces that the company takes the issue of sustainability seriously and that it is committed to providing well-designed vehicles and the envy. The Range Rover Evoque meets the growing needs of the clientele in matters of more ecological vehicles. This excellent fuel economy follows from new technologies of efficiency energetics, more lightweight materials and design oriented on respect for the environment.
One of the main objectives in the design of the Range Rover Evoque was to lighten the weight. The engineers have thus uses a range of advanced lightweight materials to develop this model, the lightest Range Rover ever built, with a weight basis for the five-door version only 1680 kg (3680 lb) * **. Technologies aimed at reducing the weight of the vehicle have been used throughout the body and chassis of the Range Rover Evoque, which is particularly due to a steel body constituted over 18% *** Boron / d steel has high resistance in key areas lift the vehicle. In addition, the front fenders and tailgate are made of polymers and composite materials, the hood, roof panel, the lower suspension arms front and hooks front and rear suspension are made of aluminum and magnesium crossbars .
In a concerted effort aimed at reducing to a minimum the ecological impact of the vehicle, the creators of the Range Rover Evoque have privileged the use of more sustainable materials. Each vehicle uses approximately 16 kg (35 lb) ** recycled plastic. The following parts contain recycled materials: headliner, center console, wheel arches, air filter, radiator fan and deflector, fairing cooling, lateral supports, back beach, engine cover and subwoofer enclosure. In addition, the metal interior trim on the center console and dashboard is produced from recycled aluminum. The material used for the headliner and the amount is made of recycled polyester.
The cutting and five-door models of the Range Rover Evoque will be built to the Halewood plant Land Rover has Merseyside, United Kingdom, which won numerous awards. The vehicle will go on sale in over 160 markets in the world and it will arrive in 22 Canadian dealers of the Company in the fall of 2011.
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* The price indicated is the MSRP. The prices shown do not include shipping and transportation, taxes, property rights, registration fees and other local taxes). The actual price is fixed by the dealer.
** Based on EPA estimates. The reels km may vary.
*** Estimated by the manufacturer.
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