Best used Range Rover Evoque PCP finance deals

Grab a slice of luxurious SUV style with great value used deals on the entry-level Range Rover and payments from around £260* per month

Chris Rosamond
Nov 30, 2021

The stylish Range Rover Evoque SUV was designed to bring Britain’s most prestigious off-road brand to the masses (relatively speaking), and its success has been remarkable. Thanks to those stylish looks, a genuinely luxurious feel and a relatively affordable price compared to larger Range Rover models, Land Rover delivered almost 100,000 Evoques in the first year of production alone.

As a result, the Evoque has been the Range Rover brand’s strongest seller since 2011, with sales boosted by an update in 2015 and a new model that arrived in late 2018. This means there are plenty of used models to choose from, so you should be able to find one that matches your wish list and budget.

With numerous awards under its belt - including the Auto Express Car of the Year award - the Range Rover Evoque clearly hit the mark with drivers and the broader industry alike. Even 10 years on, the Evoque remains one of the best SUVs on the market thanks to its evergreen styling, high quality and classy interior and manageable day-to-day usability. It really does distil much of the flagship Range Rover’s luxury into a smaller, easier to drive and more cost-effective package.

Talking of cost-effectiveness, we have post-update first-generation Evoques for sale on BuyaCar from as little as £15,999, which means we can put you behind the wheel of this fashionable and upmarket SUV from £0 per month with Personal Contract Purchase finance.

That budget is enough to net you a 2017 five-door model in popular SE Tech trim with 50,000 or so miles, and the frugal 150hp diesel engine. It’s great value considering the luxurious spec, prestigious image and great driving experience, especially as the new model that arrived in 2019 looks almost identical to the casual observer.

It’s worth picking the second-generation Evoque if you can afford it though, as the later car arrived with an attractive interior redesign and significantly upgraded tech - both in the cabin and under the bonnet. Most versions get twin touchscreens on the dashboard, for instance, with a digital dashboard display replacing the traditional dials. There’s also an advanced plug-in hybrid version that could save you lots of money on fuel if you do lots of short journeys and make sure the batteries are charged before leaving home.

Range Rover Evoque deals

Click on the links below to check out our best Range Rover Evoque deals currently available on BuyaCar.

If you’re a buyer with cash to burn, you can head over to your local Land Rover dealer and order a new Evoque SE D150 from around £42,000 - a huge amount of money for a car of this size. Alternatively, canny Evoque buyers could make savings of up to £10,000 by opting for a similar model from 2019 with just 10,000 miles on the clock.

Whichever Evoque model you choose, and whatever your budget, you can be confident of driving an SUV that ticks all the boxes when it comes to driving pleasure and that all-important feel-good factor. Despite its swoopy styling, the Evoque has never been the sportiest SUV on the road, so if you’re looking for driving thrills, the BMW X1 may be a better bet.

The Jaguar E-Pace shares the structure it's built around with the Evoque and is more exciting to drive too, but that’s missing the point of the Evoque which has been engineered for relaxed cruising - a task it fulfils very well.

While most Evoques won’t ever venture further off-road than a grassy verge - a fact Land Rover recognises by offering two-wheel-drive versions alongside the more popular four-wheel-drive ones - there’s no doubting the smallest Range Rover’s ability when fitted with all-wheel drive.

The latest Evoque can wade through a substantial 600mm of water without problems - check out the cars with the highest wading depths here - and comes with the firm’s advanced 'Terrain Response 2' selectable driving mode system, which is configured for surfaces such as sand, gravel, grass, snow and mud. It means the Evoque can head far off-road, all without the driver having to do too much to get it there.

For those of a more extrovert nature, a swanky cabriolet version of the Evoque was sold from 2016 to 2018, ultimately replacing the extremely slow-selling three-door Evoque Coupe on which it was based. A second-generation cabriolet has yet to join the latest Evoque lineup.

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Although there are three body styles to choose from, the three-door Coupe model proved so unpopular new that it was axed in 2018, a year before the second-generation Evoque arrived. The Coupe looks sharp enough, but accessing the rear seats is a pain if you carry lots of passengers, and the two-door format seems to be at odds with how most customers want their Evoques - which is luxurious and practical. If you love the style of the three-door version, however, it could still be the Evoque for you.

The Cabriolet model, meanwhile, is hardly a paragon of practicality either, but it will appeal to some drivers as a fun, if pricey, alternative to a conventional hatchback with all of the Range Rover styling and luxury, coupled with a high driving position.

The five-door Evoque is the most popular model by far - the roomy hatchback bodystyle accounts for around 95% of models on the market, and that’s reflected in the high numbers of five-doors available on BuyaCar, too.

While few Evoques are actually used off-road, you may be surprised to find that two-wheel-drive versions are relatively rare creatures, too. The truth is that many drivers don’t seem to want to be seen in the basic models, preferring to spend a bit more for a higher spec, and these generally come with the more sophisticated four-wheel-drive setups.

Engine choices are relatively straightforward, with the majority of first-generation cars featuring 2.0-litre diesel engines in 150hp eD4 entry-level guise with two-wheel drive, or the all-wheel-drive 180hp TD4. If you want a first-generation petrol Evoque, the 240hp 2.0-litre is the only option. It’s a punchy performer, but uses significantly more fuel than the diesels that most drivers prefer.

The second-generation Evoque arrived in 2019 with three 2.0-litre diesel variants, the 150hp D150, 180hp D180 and 240hp D240. Economy-boosting mild hybrid tech is fitted to all but two-wheel-drive versions of the D150, increasing fuel economy to the tune of 45mpg in the real world - even for the punchy D240. The 2.0-litre petrol options are less frugal, with the latest P200, P250 and P300 variants returning around 30mpg.

The rapid plug-in hybrid P300e was launched in late 2020 with 310hp from a 1.5-litre petrol engine and electric motor combo, which allow the car to drive in electric-only mode for up to 34 miles on a full charge - or accelerate from 0-62 mph in a speedy 6.4 seconds.

Read on to find out more about Range Rover Evoque trim levels, then follow the links to find a BuyaCar deal that’s right for you…

Best Range Rover Evoque deals (Including Evoque R-Dynamic deals)

If you’re looking at the second-generation of Land Rover’s baby Range Rover model, you’ll find the entry model is called simply ‘Evoque’. Mk1 trim levels from 2016 to 2019 kick off with the Evoque SE, and very early models - pre-2015 - featured an entry-level trim known as Pure.

Also introduced with the new generation was the Evoque R-Dynamic option, which is listed as a separate model but is really just an expensive package of body-styling tweaks designed to give the car a sportier look.

The cheapest current Evoque is reasonably specified, but certainly not lavish. You get LED headlamps and 17-inch alloy wheels, plus black fabric manually adjusted seats and Land Rover’s basic Touch Pro or Pivi (2021-on) media system inside. There’s also cruise control and a rear-view camera but, if you want your Range Rover to feel more luxurious, you might want to step up a rung or two from here.

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Best Range Rover Evoque S deals (Including Evoque R-Dynamic S deals)

The S trim level is another new grade that arrived with the Mk2 Evoque, and it’s a much more appealing offer with 18-inch alloy wheels, electric folding mirrors, and electrically-adjusted leather seats in the plusher cabin.

You also get an upgraded Touch Pro or Pivi Pro (2021-on) media system with standard-fit sat-nav, while Traffic Sign Recognition and an Adaptive Speed Limiter are also on the menu.

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Best Range Rover Evoque SE deals (Including Evoque R-Dynamic SE deals and Evoque SE Tech deals)

If you’re looking at a first-generation Evoque - from 2016 to 2019 - then SE was the entry-level version, and comes with 18-inch alloys, heated seats, climate and cruise control, plus an eight-inch touchscreen media system, as well as safety features such as lane departure warning, and automatic emergency braking. SE Tech models added sat-nav, a heated windscreen and automatic headlights.

On second-generation Evoques from 2019, the SE spec is a bit more special. Outside there are 20-inch wheels and LED signature daytime running lights, plus scrolling indicators all-round, a powered tailgate and a blind-spot assistance package amongst the tech upgrades. The latest SEs also come with a configurable electronic dashboard display instead of analogue dials.

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Best Range Rover Evoque HSE deals (Including Evoque R-Dynamic HSE deals and HSE Dynamic deals)

For 2016 to 2019 cars, the luxurious HSE spec included upgraded leather seats, xenon headlights, sat-nav and all-round parking sensors, while HSE Dynamic and Lux packs added 20-inch wheels, adaptive suspension, a panoramic glass roof and a serious 825-Watt Meridian audio upgrade.

The current HSE trim brings you additional luxuries such as an extra lower touchscreen in the middle of the dash, keyless entry and a gesture-operated tailgate, plus extended Windsor leather upholstery and a Drive Assist Pack with Blind Spot Assistance, Clear Exit and Rear Traffic Monitor and Adaptive Cruise Control.

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Best Range Rover Evoque Autobiography deals

The Autobiography model remains the Evoque flagship, and as you’d expect, the spec sheet includes pretty much everything you can throw at a high-end luxury car. For the latest models that includes Matrix LED headlights, 21-inch alloy wheels with red-painted brake callipers, a panoramic glass roof, grey ash interior trim, suede covering on the dashboard, upgraded carpets, bright metal pedals and fancier cabin lighting, as well as surround-sound Meridian audio.

First-generation Evoque Autobiography models also get flashy wheels, a more opulent cabin with heated and cooled front seats, plus many additional comfort and trim features, but lack the latest driver assistance kit.

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*Representative PCP finance - Ford Fiesta:

48 monthly payments of £192
Deposit: £0
Mileage limit: 8,000 per year
Optional final payment to buy car: £2,923
Total amount payable to buy car: £11,926
Total cost of credit: £2,426
Amount borrowed: £9,500
APR: 9.9%

BuyaCar is a credit broker, not a lender. Our rates start from 6.9% APR. The rate you are offered will depend on your individual circumstances.


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