Jaguar E Pace
• Built to your specification.
• Registered direct into your name as the first owner.
With immediate resemblance to Jaguar F-Pace close examination of the Jaguar Land Rover compact Jaguar 4x4, The New Jaguar E Pace, also reveals a lot of similarity to the design of the Jaguar F Type.
It’s a brand new model Jagaur 4X4, but it will have a range of engines and configurations available when it is released for sale in late 2017. The first or entry-level vehicle, is a front-wheel-drive, 148bhp 2.0-litre diesel, which averages 60.1mpg in official tests. That gives comparable fuel consumption to its main rivals in the market place - the Audi Q3 returns claimed consumption of 62.8mpg, but it’s slightly down on the BMW X1 (68.9mpg). So, if a few miles per gallon is not a deal breaker for you then you should be willing to look into the Jaguar E Pace a little more closely.
Other engine options include 178bhp or 237bhp 2.0-litre diesel or the turbocharged 2.0-litre petrol engine with either 247bhp or 296bhp - all in four-wheel drive.
Depending on the engine chosen, the Jaguar E Pace has available either a nine-speed automatic gearbox (petrol models and the 237bhp 2.0 diesel) while the 148bhp and 178bhp diesels get a six-speed manual gearbox as standard, with the nine-speed automatic costing extra.
There are three levels of trim available for each New Jaguar E Pace model - S, SE and HSE specifications. An R-Dynamics pack, which brings body-hugging sports seats, gearshift paddles behind the steering wheel and a gloss black finish for the front grille, rear lower bumper and tailpipe surrounds can be added to all three trim levels. However, the standard specification or base model is well equipped and includes automatic emergency braking, driver drowsiness monitoring and a rear-view camera. A host of optional extras mean that individual requirements can be specified and a truly unique vehicle can be configured to suit you and your family precisely.
See our Jaguar 4x4 Jagaur E Pace Price.