Range Rover Evoque 2.0 TD4 180 hp auto 4×4: actual consumption

Range Rover Evoque 2.0 TD4 180 hp auto 4x4: actual consumption

For some months now we have had the opportunity to test and the Technical Center Autopista.es the new Diesel engine Ingenium 2.0 liter displacement in cars like the Jaguar XF and XE or the Land Rover Discovery Sport. The first impression is that this is a refined propellant which accompanied one ZF automatic transmission torque converter 9 relations with a tune, at least in my opinion, debatable. This is demonstrated by the fact that on any body has shown a real consumption particularly low when compared to the competition.

In the case before us, the new Range Rover Evoque 2.0 TD4 180 hp 4x4, the SUV has consumed on our tour type road (average always 100 km / h) 7.04 l / 100 km, a figure that is not alarming, but Yes remote from 5.49 l / 100 km spends, for example, BMW X1 xDrive 20d Automatic. In urban use, consumption of this new Range Rover Evoque has now reached 9.27 l / 100 km real, below the previous block 2.2 Diesel riding, but also higher than the average of the segment register. The difference of actual consumption relative to its figure approved It is, as is always the case, 55 percent higher.

Range Rover Evoque 2.0 TD4 180 hp Auto 4x4: first impressions

Entering other aspects that have surprised us in our first tours with the Range Rover Evoque 2.0 TD4 180 hp in principle the new engine and gearbox combination should improve for softness in the transition gear and effectiveness at the start. The reality is that the slight loss of displacement from the previous block and excessive slippage of the torque converter makes starting with less force than before and, even more surprising, each gearshift appreciate significantly especially in urban use. Road without major requests to throttle this problem is softened, but in this situation we all tend to do well.

Range Rover Evoque TD4But if we talk about fineness in terms of comfort and rolling bacheo, the picture changes with a Range Rover Evoque showing a foolproof solidity regardless of the state of the pavement. This section is where rivals like the BMW X1 above are less compact when the firm is not good.

In short, this Range Rover Evoque 2.0 TD4 Auto 4x4 180 hp does not have one of the best automatic transmissions I've driven, but it is indisputable that simply by design and degree of distinction that brings this SUV You can justify their purchase without having to analyze much more data.

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