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Replacement for the Evoque?
IvorRedOne
 

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RE: Replacement for the Evoque?

(12-03-2018 11:56am)jcarrot Wrote:  Any suggestions?

Volvo XC-60 R-Design D5 Lux Nav 20inch wheels from Carwow. Quality build, quality car and put against my wife's Evoque, smashes it out of the park.
09-07-2018 12:55am
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jcarrot
 

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RE: Replacement for the Evoque?

(09-07-2018 12:55am)IvorRedOne Wrote:  Volvo XC-60 R-Design D5 Lux Nav 20inch wheels from Carwow. Quality build, quality car and put against my wife's Evoque, smashes it out of the park.

I would expect that to exceed the £40,000 barrier in terms of Road Tax.
10-07-2018 10:50am
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RE: Replacement for the Evoque?

If the older Yeti was anything to go by it’s replacement the Skoda Karoq is supposed to be a dammed fine car but at £40k you might even get the next bigger model up from them.

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