One of the Jaguar Land Rover’s top rated SUV in India – Land Rover Evoque has been launched. In the year 2010, the compact SUV was propelled with the petrol motor. This variation is not accessible in the range in the recent couple of years. Presently, Land Rover has relaunched the Petrol Powered Evoque variation in India. This new model from Jaguar Land Rover touches base with the cost of Rs 53.20 lakh (ex-showroom, Delhi). The petrol variation Evoque primarily comprises of 2.0 liter, four-chamber motor which makes 236 bhp and 340 Nm of torque. It is worn with the 9-speed programmed gearbox with all-wheel drive.
Land Rover Evoque Petrol Variant Launched In India
The engine used is similar to the one on the Land Rover Discovery Sport. The new Variant Petrol Evoque is just accessible in SE trim when contrasted and the Discovery Sport which is accessible in the HSE (higher trim level). In Fact, the petrol variation is fueled Evoque is presently really less expensive than the petrol variation controlled Discovery Sport estimated at Rs 56.50 lakh (ex-showroom, Delhi).
Amid the dispatch of this new petrol controlled Evoque, Rohit Suri, President of Jaguar Land Rover India Ltd. says “We are eager to present the 2017 Model Year New Range Rover Evoque with a 2.0 l petrol derivative. The expansion of the 2.0 l petrol derivative fortifies our dedication towards clients who try to drive this astonishing vehicle with an intense petrol motor.”
The Land Rover Evoque now joins the rundown of the petrol fueled SUVs which were propelled in a year ago amid the diesel ban in the zone of Delhi NCR. This region has confined the enrollments of any diesel vehicle which has a motor limit more than 2000cc. On the off chance that you consider the top notch SUVs with the petrol motor which incorporates the Mercedes-Benz GLA/GLC variations, Honda CR-V, Porsche Macan/Cayenne, Toyota Fortuner, BMW X3/X5 and Jeep Grand Cherkoee SRT.
A portion of the less expensive petrol variations in the 20 lakh range incorporates the vehicles like Renault Duster, Hyundai Creta, Mahindra Scorpio, Ford Ecosport and that’s only the tip of the iceberg.