The 2014 Range Rover Evoque and LR2 have been officially priced, and will see some changes for the new model year.
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Off-roading has become more and more popular, and in return automotive companies are beginning to offer an abundance of new options and models related to off-roading.
Land Rover has announced prices for both the 2013 Range Rover Evoque--which starts at $41,995 for the five-door model and $44,995 for the coupe--and the LR4, which will set you back at least $49,950.
Believe it or not, the Range Rover Evoque convertible is still a possibility, according to one exec at the company.