Range Rover Evoque: Roof racks

the A loaded roof rack can reduce the stability of the vehicle, particularly when cornering and during cross winds.
Driving off road with a loaded roof rack is not recommended.

Fit only a roof rack system that is designed for use with your vehicle. For further information, consult your Land Rover Dealer/Authorised Repairer.

The maximum load for a Land Rover approved roof rack system is 75kg (165lb) while driving on road. Off road driving reduces the limit to 50kg (110lb). The weight of the approved roof rack system is not calculated as part of the load.

If an alternative roof rack system is used, the weight of that system must be included as part of the load weight.

Loads must be evenly distributed within the periphery of the rack. After travelling 50km (30 miles) check the security of the roof rack and any load.

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