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Gen 2
Tam1314
 

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Location: Elgin
Post: #1
Gen 2

We are heading down to Aberdeen to have a look at the Evoque, but all I’m seeing on various social media sites is the amount of problems that folk are having.
By the looks of it, it seems to mostly be Gen 1.
Does anyone on here have the Gen 2 and maybe give me their opinion?

Thanks


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23-06-2019 10:27am
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Doody
 

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Joined: Jun 2014
Location: Boston & New York City
Post: #2
RE: Gen 2

people only post about their problems. nobody posts when "shit just works" Smile.

i'm also considering upgrading my 2012 with 85K+ miles to a 2020, so would love to hear folks opinions too.

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23-06-2019 02:53pm
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Tam1314
 

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Location: Elgin
Post: #3
Gen 2

Yeah that’s true. There just seems to be loads


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23-06-2019 08:34pm
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XFullFatTim
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RE: Gen 2

The one thing I have read more than anything else about Ingenium engined Evoques and Disco Sports is thirst for oil and Adblu in the diesels, also that the engines are a bit rough and raucous but I have never owned an Ingenium engined car so it’s all hearsay!

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TDi300. I hope to be back in a new Land Rover in late 2019 or early 2020 but am having a short break
To try something different
24-06-2019 08:48pm
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