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Re: Evoque

Postby Todge » Sun Dec 25, 2011 3:10 pm

My mate has just picked his up, fully loaded. Lots and lots of extras his came to £45'000, he put down a £7000 deposit and is paying the rest off as finance in 3 years, it is a very cool car all the toys are amazing, very jealous would love one
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Re: Evoque

Postby MM087 » Sun Dec 25, 2011 5:35 pm

Ive been offered one through the Corporate Discount Schme £349pm for an Evoque Prestige with some Goodies
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Evoque

Postby Bartlett88 » Sun Dec 25, 2011 10:38 pm

MM087 wrote:Ive been offered one through the Corporate Discount Schme £349pm for an Evoque Prestige with some Goodies


Take it
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Love it! The only thing that could make it better is a 185 engine!
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Re: Evoque

Postby MM087 » Sun Dec 25, 2011 11:06 pm

Would have done so if If the Deal had been offered to us Prior to collection of my A1 ! But nevertheless I love my A1 and wouldn't change it
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Re: Evoque

Postby ian1 » Thu Jan 05, 2012 1:44 am

Very nice car indeed, I wouldn't say you get lots of things as standard though. My best mate has just got his evoque, pure, very nice indeed for 35k he got upgraded heated seats 20s, xennons,and I can't remember what else. It's a five door and looks well tbh.
The dynamic is slightly different, different front bumper only very slightly tweaked with fog lights and the side mouldings on the door don't have the plastic strip running through them. Rear diffuser is different with obviously the squared off tail pipes instead of the round ones. The company who I do a lot of work for had one orderd a bit ago and had the car colour coded, and to be honest it looked one million times better. Colour coded bumpers, grille, diffusers and wheel arches. BUT it didn't look £15,000 nicer! I'll get some pictures up of the car for you Moj, make you want to trade ur a1 in haha
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Re: Evoque

Postby Pommyboi » Fri Jan 27, 2012 6:41 pm

Despite loving my A1 for the last year I joined the waiting list for an Evoque last week :D Very happy but trying not to think of how much I have lost on the A1 in a year, it was never the plan to change the car this soon but there were some changes in my life and it was best to get a new car now rather than wait 12 months.

The A1 is a great car I was really hoping to keep it until the end of the PCP deal as it is so cheap to buy and run. Two things I will never be saying about the Range Rover.
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Re: Evoque

Postby kwakaman » Thu Feb 09, 2012 7:16 pm

Bartlett88 wrote:
MM087 wrote:Ive been offered one through the Corporate Discount Schme £349pm for an Evoque Prestige with some Goodies


Take it


....then give it to me!!!!

Will show you what 4x4s are realy for! Not ponsing about laking the kids to school in.
How many "chelsea tractors" actually get off road?

Wouln't have one of these even if was given one. About as much use as a chocolate teapot off road.
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Re: Evoque

Postby MM087 » Thu Feb 09, 2012 7:57 pm

lol ...

Its a 4x4, its a Range Rover = Its Cool

Up here in Sunny Yorkshire :-D we need them for the ... Errmmmm Yorkshire Dales, ha ha
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Re: Evoque

Postby Mojito » Thu Feb 09, 2012 10:58 pm

Seen a few about these last few days... I still really like them and i remember sitting in that interior it was just luxury stuff! And the glass roof is awesome!.. And the Meridian Sound System, and, and... Haha.

Sadly out of my price range atm, unless i spend the House deposit and then the wife would divorce me! :lol:
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Re: Evoque

Postby MM087 » Thu Feb 09, 2012 11:24 pm

Would free up some funds :-p

But you would have to spend more time in the car to make up for the loneliness, lol
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