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The 2013 Land Rover Range Rover Evoque hasn't yet been crash-tested, but it carries a full set of safety equipment.
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even with the Evoque's concept-car lines, it is perfectly easy to see out of. Looking into the rear-view mirror, the backlight could almost pass for a pillbox slit, but somehow the view out the back isn't compromised.

the five-camera system from other Rangies [that] provides a 360-degree view of the Evoque’s immediate surroundings—most helpful in tight quarters.
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Though it's entering its second year on the market, the 2013 Land Rover Ranger Rover Evoque hasn't yet been crash-tested by the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) or the Insurance Institute of Highway Safety (IIHS).

Our score, therefore, is based on the Evoque's safety features, including: front, side, and curtain airbags; anti-lock brakes; traction and stability control; and user-selectable all-wheel drive with trailer stability assist and hill-descent control. The latter two features rely on the Evoque's anti-lock braking system to enhance vehicle stability in more extreme driving (especially off-road) or towing conditions. New for 2013, the optional Park Assist system offers automated parking, and off-road navigation is added to enhance travel off the beaten path.

Hands-free phone operation is easy with standard Bluetooth. A standard rearview camera and rear parking sensors makes backing up easier. An optional surround-view camera enhances the view further, and blind-spot detection is available for highway lane-changes. These two optional extras are worth looking at, as the Evoque's high-rise rear end, rear headrests, and rear pillars can impair visibility.

Not that visibility in general isn't very good--it is. Just beware the view out the back.


The 2013 Land Rover Range Rover Evoque hasn't yet been crash-tested, but it carries a full set of safety equipment.

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