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Range Rover Evoque 2.0 D150 R-Dynamic 5dr 2WD - 24m Lease - 8k miles p/a - £1440 initial + £239.99pm + £180 admin = £7140 @ Leasing Options
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Range Rover Evoque 2.0 D150 R-Dynamic 5dr 2WD - 24m Lease - 8k miles p/a - £1440 initial + £239.99pm + £180 admin = £7140 @ Leasing Options

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Market leading price for this Range Rover Evoque 2.0 D150 R-Dynamic 5dr 2WD on a 2 year lease with 8k miles per year. Nearly £700 cheaper than the recent deal from Gateway2Lease earlier this week. Works out at 21.9% of £32.5k list price - £239.99 per month (6+23 profile), plus £1,439.94 initial payment and £180 admin fee so a total of £7,139.71. Can add a maintenance package for an extra £20 per month. Is a factory order with delivery expected October/November, with standard colours including Fuji white or Narvik black.

Specs include 17 inch alloys, Cruise Control + Speed Limiter, Heated Windscreen, Electronic Parking Break, Lane Keep Assist, 10" Touch Screen and Two Zone Climate Control. Road tax also included.



Range Rover Evoque 2.0 D150 R-Dynamic 5dr 2WD

  • 6 x 23 payment profile
  • 8,000 miles per annum
  • £1,439.06 upfront payment
  • 23 monthly payments of £239.99
  • £180 admin fee
  • Total cost of lease = £7139.71 or £297.48 net per month
  • Diesel
  • Manual Gearbox
  • 0-60 mph - 10.5 Seconds
  • 52.3 MPG combined
  • Road tax included
  • Factory order - delivery expected October/November

List price £32,530


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Poor reliability and everyone has one.
djh197512/07/2019 17:16

Poor reliability and everyone has one.


New model so what are you basing the poor reliability on? The previous models? Do you have one or are you one of the everybody’s that doesn’t
8000 miles a year that’s not much !
578 Comments
It's the basic spec but voted hot as new shape
£700 cheaper than the previous deal posted a week ago... Perfect
I've actually got the Evoque S auto for a 5 day test drive at the moment. It's quite nice and has decent acceleration. Comfy seats as well!
Poor reliability and everyone has one.
I'd love to have 1
8000 miles a year that’s not much !
I've used this site to try and see how much the care's value would depreciate by over the time of the lease:
themoneycalculator.com

I'm confused by the '3 year depreciation mode' option. Anyone know what that is or how it's used? Or even just a better calculator if they know of one?
djh197512/07/2019 17:16

Poor reliability and everyone has one.


New model so what are you basing the poor reliability on? The previous models? Do you have one or are you one of the everybody’s that doesn’t
Oh no here we go again ...

Cue the arguments
Edited by: "ashmac" 12th Jul
Can you get this in automatic?
healthandsafety12/07/2019 17:43

Comment deleted


I did correct it but the the original spelling came back again. Never mind...
mcaf12312/07/2019 17:14

I've actually got the Evoque S auto for a 5 day test drive at the moment. …I've actually got the Evoque S auto for a 5 day test drive at the moment. It's quite nice and has decent acceleration. Comfy seats as well!


Is this something they are doing or did you just ask?
m5rcc12/07/2019 17:44

I did correct it but the the original spelling came back again. Never …I did correct it but the the original spelling came back again. Never mind...


It's ok, always enjoy reading your leasing comments,very informative,Thank you.
m5rcc12/07/2019 17:40

Yes - it's just deaer.


Yes autocorrect spells things wrong
Waterlogged12/07/2019 17:57

Yes autocorrect spells things wrong


I originally typed it incorrectly, I did right-click and chose dearer, but it reverted back to the original spelling. HUKD coding seems to have this issue.
Any auto ones on deal?
SmashingK12/07/2019 17:25

I've used this site to try and see how much the care's value would …I've used this site to try and see how much the care's value would depreciate by over the time of the lease:https://www.themoneycalculator.comI'm confused by the '3 year depreciation mode' option. Anyone know what that is or how it's used? Or even just a better calculator if they know of one?


You can try this one. Gives a predicted residual value of £18k after three years.
Rumpelstiltskin12/07/2019 17:28

New model so what are you basing the poor reliability on? The previous …New model so what are you basing the poor reliability on? The previous models? Do you have one or are you one of the everybody’s that doesn’t


Form/history guarantees it.

Ideal transport for back and forth to the salon though.
ezzer7212/07/2019 18:16

Form/history guarantees it.Ideal transport for back and forth to the salon …Form/history guarantees it.Ideal transport for back and forth to the salon though.


Some salon owners will moan that there are no plans for a three-door and/or convertible version.
markymark3412/07/2019 17:48

Is this something they are doing or did you just ask?


It's a test drive through my company car scheme
SmashingK12/07/2019 17:25

I've used this site to try and see how much the care's value would …I've used this site to try and see how much the care's value would depreciate by over the time of the lease:https://www.themoneycalculator.comI'm confused by the '3 year depreciation mode' option. Anyone know what that is or how it's used? Or even just a better calculator if they know of one?


The evogue has one of the best residuals on the market irrespective of reliability. These price guides can be miles out when predicting 3 year values .The link that says 18k after 3 years .....Well have a look on Auto Trader and see if you can buy a 2016 dynamic model for 18k. Good luck.
rickj12/07/2019 18:26

The evogue has one of the best residuals on the market irrespective of …The evogue has one of the best residuals on the market irrespective of reliability. These price guides can be miles out when predicting 3 year values .The link that says 18k after 3 years .....


Are you comparing a PRV to a dealer retail price? What something may be worth in the future does not mean what it will sell for by a dealer in the future.

rickj12/07/2019 18:26

Well have a look on Auto Trader and see if you can buy a 2016 dynamic …Well have a look on Auto Trader and see if you can buy a 2016 dynamic model for 18k. Good luck.


A 2016 Dynamic never cost £32.5k list. The nearest equivalent was the 2.0 eD4 HSE Dynamic 2WD 5dr that had a £40,530 list price. So not a like-for-like comparison.
Edited by: "m5rcc" 12th Jul
A 2 wheel drive Range Rover? I didn't know such a thing existed.
Do you get a discount if you do say 4000 miles per year ?
InTheKnow44412/07/2019 18:37

Do you get a discount if you do say 4000 miles per year ?


Only £112.71 cheaper for the 5,000 mile equivalent. Might as well have the luxury of having 8,000 miles for an extra £4.70/month.
djh197512/07/2019 17:16

Poor reliability.


All the more reason to lease for those who want one I'd say!
kebabthief12/07/2019 18:31

A 2 wheel drive Range Rover? I didn't know such a thing existed.


This models exclusively for mother's doing the school run.
Scorpion12/07/2019 18:43

All the more reason to lease for those who want one I'd say!


Unreliability is not exclusive to owned cars. I'm sure one wouldn't enjoy constantly visiting the dealership...
Edited by: "m5rcc" 12th Jul
If you were to purchase one for the longer term, then 2wd is fine, with winter tyres, even better than 4wd with summer tyres. Do your research...
Heat for the price !

If this was a petrol I would consider cancelling the A class I’ve ordered, however it being a diesel ( and it’s DPF not being forgiving according to honest John.co.uk ) and my 1 mile commute to work and mainly town usage means I’d be asking for trouble.
m5rcc12/07/2019 18:45

Unreliability is not exclusive to owned cars. I'm sure one wouldn't …Unreliability is not exclusive to owned cars. I'm sure one wouldn't enjoying constantly visiting the dealership...


True, visiting car dealerships is a PITA at the best of times.
0-60 in 10.5 seems a little slow but more importantly what is the in gear acceleration like in reality?
I want one but with 15k allowance. What’s the cheapest price? It says locked
Edited by: "ministrymason" 12th Jul
m5rcc12/07/2019 17:59

I originally typed it incorrectly, I did right-click and chose dearer, but …I originally typed it incorrectly, I did right-click and chose dearer, but it reverted back to the original spelling. HUKD coding seems to have this issue.


Make the spelling correction. Add 2 spaces after the word. Note a full stop appears. Delete it. Add back spaces so there are 2 of them. Not one as that'll result in your words being joined together. Save. The 2spaces become one. See I forgot. Quite a few sites have this bug and thay can't be &rsed to fix it.
Edited by: "harrythefish" 12th Jul
harrythefish12/07/2019 19:45

Make the spelling correction. Add 2 spaces after the word. Note a full …Make the spelling correction. Add 2 spaces after the word. Note a full stop appears. Delete it. Add back spaces so there are 2 of them. Not one as that'll result in your words being joined together. Save. The 2spaces become one. See I forgot. Quite a few sites have this bug and thay can't be &rsed to fix it.


Sometimes it's just easier to delete the comment and start afresh...
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