The 2012 Range Rover Sport and Range Rover Evoque are two of the most off-road worthy SUV/crossovers you can buy. But which one is better in the snow? Or to be even more specific, which one is better in three feet of fresh Colorado powder?
We decided to find out in this snow-worthy review by driving both Range Rovers to Gold Hill, Colorado up Lick Skillet road. Lick Skillet road is one of the steepest country roads in America, and when it snows three feet the road not only gets slick but also scary. So which one of these two British cars is the best in the snow? The more establish Range Rover Sport or the up-stark newbie Evoque? It will likely come down to the tires.
Check out this “classic” TFLcar video mashup to find out: