Ever since the 2013 Land Rover Range Rover Evoque range was announced, the SUVs loyal fans have been waiting for a chance to get their hands on it. Unfortunately, the vehicles in the range were as premium priced as its features which put them squarely out of the budgets of most people. But to open up the vehicle to a segment of buyers looking for a value for money deal more than high end luxury, Land Rover has decided to add a new entry level model to the range. Dubbed the Evoque Pure, the new model is officially the most basic model in the entire range and is priced at a much more affordable $41,995.
The five-door Range Rover shaves a cool $3000 off the price of the previous entry level model, the Pure Plus but has to give up on certain luxuries to accommodate the vehicle within the new price range. The new base model comes with a solid aluminum roof instead of the panoramic glass roof and the all-leather cabin has been replaced with leather trimmed Dinamica synthetic suede. No other mechanical or cosmetic changes have been made to the model and the 2013 model year Evoque will still be offered with Off-Road Navigation 3 that improves the in-car mapping service for the vehicle and Range Rover Park Assist to make automated parallel parking a breeze for drivers.
Via: Motor Authority