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    Quote Originally Posted by odyseus10 View Post
    Sooo.. I was seriously considering getting an Evoque Sport next year, so i guess the general consensus is, not to touch any Land Rover/Jaguar cars with a barge pole???
    I had a 2016 Evoque and it never missed a beat in 2 years. Was a brilliant car and sometimes wish Iíd kept it a bit longer. Now have an E-Pace and thatís been fine. I wouldnít pay too much attention to the forum consensus, or youíll probably end up driving an ancient MX5 wearing a rather garish pair of brogues 😂
    Am currently considering either an Evoque or Merc GLC and the only thing I donít like in the Evoque is the new touch screen. The earlier Evoque was better in some ways IMO.
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    The new Defender - and James Bond..... soft roader? I know it isnt.....

    Quote Originally Posted by oldoakknives View Post
    I had a 2016 Evoque and it never missed a beat in 2 years. Was a brilliant car and sometimes wish Iíd kept it a bit longer. Now have an E-Pace and thatís been fine. I wouldnít pay too much attention to the forum consensus, or youíll probably end up driving an ancient MX5 wearing a rather garish pair of brogues
    Am currently considering either an Evoque or Merc GLC and the only thing I donít like in the Evoque is the new touch screen. The earlier Evoque was better in some ways IMO.
    Itís not just the forum consensus though. Jaguar/Land Rover products occupy the last four spaces.


    https://www.jdpower.com/Cars/Ratings...ct-Premium-SUV

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    Quote Originally Posted by jaytip View Post
    It’s not just the forum consensus though. Jaguar/Land Rover products occupy the last four spaces.


    https://www.jdpower.com/Cars/Ratings...ct-Premium-SUV
    Not doubting their figures but it seems odd, given the popularity of some of the JLR products. And they have 4 contenders in the top 15. (in the USA! apparently)
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    Weíve passed peak JLR. Too many punters saying ďnever againĒ now.

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    Quote Originally Posted by oldoakknives View Post
    Not doubting their figures but it seems odd, given the popularity of some of the JLR products. And they have 4 contenders in the top 15. (in the USA! apparently)
    Look at the music charts. Popularity is no measure of quality Iím afraid!




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    Quote Originally Posted by RobDad View Post
    Look at the music charts. Popularity is no measure of quality Iím afraid!




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    Ha ha ha! Can't argue with that!
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