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UK On the Road Pricing

UK pricing to start from under £30,000 for eD4 variant later in 2015, for now pricing is as follows:

2.2 SD4 Diesel (190PS) 6-speed Manual
SE £32,395
SE Tech £33,895
HSE £37,595

2.2 SD4 Diesel (190PS) 9-Speed Automatic
SE £34,195
SE Tech £35,695
HSE £39,395
HSE Lux £42,995
 

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UK On the Road Pricing

UK pricing to start from under £30,000 for eD4 variant later in 2015, for now pricing is as follows:

2.2 SD4 Diesel (190PS) 6-speed Manual
SE £32,395
SE Tech £33,895
HSE £37,595

2.2 SD4 Diesel (190PS) 9-Speed Automatic
SE £34,195
SE Tech £35,695
HSE £39,395
HSE Lux £42,995
How does this compare with equivalent specced Evoque (I'm from Australia)?
 

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Not exactly sure on the trim levels with the Evoque because they have Pure, Dynamic, Lux etc. but roughly

2.2 SD4 Manual Evoque starts from £31,500
2.2 SD4 Auto Evoque starts from £33,300

The ed4 version starts from £29,200 although this is 2wd.
 

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US pricing;

When Land Rover's new 2015 Discovery Sport SUV reaches US dealerships next year, it will start from $37,995 plus a $925 destination and delivery fee.
 

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the current Freelander 2, was until a couple of months ago, available for about £22k.

They then realigned the range and it suddenly becomes £27, and with the new DS the cheapest, at launch will be £33k, that is a massive £11k or $16.5k increase on just a few months ago, how can they get away with that, i fear that by doing this, they will alienate many thousands of buyers, who will go elsewhere for there premium SUV models, what do you think>
 

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Yeah you could be right. I test drove a forester 2.0 ds today and you get a lot of car for your money, not as nice looking as the discovery sport, but definitey well specced for your money and definitely capable off road. I could possibly see those people who normally would buy a freelander now buying something like forester but I also think Land Rover will attract a lot of new first time land rover buyers with this model.
I wish they made the discovery sport more off road capable than the evoque eg bigger rolling diameter tyres, higher ground clearance and better approach/departure angles
 
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