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FROM £32,575

  • LED headlights with signature DRL
  • 17" Style 1005 alloy wheels
  • 8-way heated manual front seats
  • 11.4" Touchscreen
  • 3D Surround Camera
  • Lane Keep Assist
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New E-PACE

New E-PACE S

FROM £34,600

  • 18" Style 5048 alloy wheels
  • 12-way heated electric front seats
  • Ebony perforated Taurus leather
  • Online Pack with Data Plan6
  • Front and Rear Parking Aid
  • 3D Surround Camera
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New E-PACE SE

FROM £36,525

  • Auto High Beam Assist
  • 19" Style 5049 alloy wheels
  • Ebony perforated Taurus leather
  • Interactive Driver Display
  • 3D Surround Camera
  • Blind Spot Assist Pack7
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SE

New E-PACE R-DYNAMIC

FROM £33,975

  • LED headlights
  • 17" Style 1005 alloy wheels
  • R-Dynamic branded steering wheel
  • 11.4" Touchscreen
  • Lane Keep Assist
  • 3D Surround Camera
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R-DYNAMIC

New E-PACE R-DYNAMIC S

FROM £36,000

  • 18" Style 5118 alloy wheels
  • R-Dynamic steering wheel
  • 12-way heated electric front seats
  • Ebony perforated Taurus leather
  • 3D Surround Camera
  • Online Pack with Data Plan
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R-DYNAMIC S

New E-PACE R-DYNAMIC SE

FROM £37,925

  • Powered tailgate
  • 19" Style 5119 alloy wheels
  • R-Dynamic heated steering wheel
  • Ebony perforated Taurus leather
  • Interactive Driver Display
  • 3D Surround Camera
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R-DYNAMIC SE

New E-PACE R-DYNAMIC HSE

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  • Premium LED headlights 
  • 20” Style 5120 alloy wheels
  • R-Dynamic heated steering wheel
  • Ebony perforated Windsor leather
  • Interactive Driver Display
  • 3D Surround Camera
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New E-PACE 300 SPORT

FROM £47,545

  • Premium LED headlights 
  • 20” Style 5120 alloy wheels
  • Split leather steering wheel​
  • Ebony perforated Taurus leather 
  • Interactive Driver Display
  • 3D Surround Camera
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300 SPORT

From £30,490

or from £370 per month

New Jaguar E-Pace

Stunning sports-car inspired good looks are blended to perfection with SUV practicality in the acclaimed Jaguar E-PACE. Jaguar’s first compact SUV measures up for style, agility and performance to create a driving experience that is truly second-to-none. From its sculpted bonnet to its muscular rear quarters, the E-PACE is every inch a Jaguar – its bold exterior design complemented by a cabin that is focused on comfort and refinement with technology at its heart. A large loadspace and class-leading interior stowage add to its ever-growing appeal.

Whichever E-PACE model is preferred, the generous specifications will ensure that owners will want for nothing with the latest in-car artificial intelligence at their disposal to ensure every journey is completed effortlessly and fully connected with Wi-Fi access and wireless device charging available if desired.

With All Wheel Drive optimising traction for dynamic handling and Adaptive Dynamics adjusting the suspension to deliver a supple ride and smooth comfort, no journey is too tough aboard this sublime Jaguar SUV.

Making the most of new hybrid advances, there is a wide range of engines on offer from the exhilaration afforded by the 4-cylinder 300PS engine of the formidable E-PACE 300 SPORT to the extra efficiency of the new E-PACE Plug-in Hybrid that provides phenomenal fuel economy on long journeys together with the option of zero emission motoring and fully electric mode for shorter trips or commutes.

As a Jaguar specialist in South Wales, it will be the pleasure of the team at Sinclair Jaguar in Swansea to show you around the incredible E-PACE. Please contact us and let your E-PACE discovery begin.

Personal Contract Purchase

Representative Example**

Exclusive £2,250 saving plus £1,000 finance deposit allowance* available on Jaguar E-Pace Diesel Estate 2.0 D165 S 5dr 2WD

Plus, up to £1,500 finance deposit allowance* available across other selected Jaguar E-PACE models**

Please contact us for a personalised finance quote

On The Road Price £32,365.00
Finance Deposit Allowance (FDA) £1,000.00
Customer Deposit £945.00
Total Amount of Credit £30,420.00
Purchase Fee (Included in Optional Final Payment) £10.00
48 Monthly Payments £379.78
Optional Final Payment £14,841.00
Total Amount Payable (Including FDA) £35,025.44
Duration of Agreement 49 Months
Representative APR 3.9% APR
Interest Rate (Fixed) 3.83%

 

*2.9% APR Representative. **Excludes D150 FWD Manual, D165 FWD Manual & P300e PHEV models. 

**Important Information. Representative Example relates to an Jaguar E-Pace Diesel Estate 2.0 D165 S 5dr 2WD. 3.9% APR Representative available on new Jaguar E-PACE models registered by 30th June 2021 at participating Retailers only. With Jaguar Personal Contract Purchase (PCP) you have the option after you have paid all of the regular monthly repayments to: (1) Return the vehicle and not pay the Optional Final Repayment. In this example if the vehicle has exceeded the permitted maximum mileage of 28,583 miles, a charge of 14p will apply per excess mile. If the vehicle is in good condition (fair wear and tear accepted) and has not exceeded 28,583 miles you will have nothing further to pay. (2) Pay the Optional Final Repayment to own the vehicle or (3) Part exchange the vehicle subject to settlement of your existing finance agreement; new finance agreements are subject to status. Representative Example is based on an annual mileage of 7,000 miles. Credit is subject to status and is only available to UK residents aged 18 and over. This credit offer is only available through Black Horse Limited trading as Jaguar Financial Services, St William House, Tresillian Terrace, Cardiff CF10 5BH.

Personal Contract Hire

E-PACE D165 R-Dynamic S

Term 48 months
Mileage 10,000 mpa
Monthly rental £385*
Initial rental £4,620*
Excess mileage 12.6ppm


IMPORTANT INFORMATION *Based on an E-PACE D165 FWD Manual R-Dynamic S, 48 month term, 10,000 miles per annum, non-maintained. Contract Hire subject to status. Over 18's only. You will not own this vehicle. Must be returned in good condition to avoid further charges. Excess mileage charges at 12.6p per mile. The promotion cannot be used together with other manufacturer’s promotion and is subject to availability at participating Retailers only for new vehicles ordered by 30th June 2021. Provided by Jaguar Contract Hire a trading style of Lex Autolease Limited, Heathside Park, Heathside Park Road, Stockport, SK3 0RB. **Maintenance includes routine servicing, tyres, replacement parts and repairs due to fair wear and tear. Repairs or replacements from accidental or malicious damage and damage caused by driver misuse or abuse are excluded. ***Permitted maximum mileage is 120,000 over the full contract duration for petrol vehicles and 150,000 for diesel vehicles. The contracted mileage will also be pro-rated in the event of any early termination of a contract (contract early termination fees also apply).

Business Contract Hire

E-PACE P300e R-Dynamic SE
Term 48 months
Mileage 10,000 mpa
Monthly rental £445 + VAT 
Initial rental £2,670 + VAT
Excess mileage 14.2ppm


*Important Information: Business users only. Based on an E-PACE P300e R-Dynamic SE standard specification, non maintained. Excess mileage charges (14.2p per mile +VAT). Must be returned in good condition to avoid further charges. Contract Hire subject to status. This promotion cannot be used together with other manufacturer’s promotions and is subject to availability at participating Retailers only for new vehicles registered by 30th June 2021. Contract Hire is provided by Jaguar Contract Hire, a trading style of Lex Autolease Limited, Heathside Park, Heathside Park Road, Stockport SK3 0RB.

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Jaguar's E-PACE gives buyers another, very interesting option in the German-dominated segment for premium-badged compact SUVs. Jonathan Crouch looks at what's on offer from this revised version.

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Jaguar's E-PACE gives buyers another, very interesting option in the German-dominated segment for premium-badged compact SUVs. Jonathan Crouch looks at what's on offer from this revised version.

Ten Second Review

Jaguar's much improved E-PACE brings the company's brand values into the growing market for compact, lifestyle-orientated SUVs. There are smarter looks and improved infotainment, plus as before, sporty cues are borrowed from the Coventry maker's F-TYPE sportscar. Under the skin, the latest Premium Transverse Architecture underpinnings hail from the successful Range Rover Evoque, which means that this little Jag can now offer a more efficient range of electrified engines. All the ingredients seem to be in place then, for a strong package.

Background

Did you ever think Jaguar would become a brand with sales based mainly around SUVs? It is today. The company's mid-sized F-PACE model introduced the crossover community to the concept of a Jag, but it's this smaller E-PACE that's now this manufacturer's most accessible model. The name suggests an electric connection - misleadingly as it turns out. Jaguar has another SUV - the battery-powered I-PACE - to provide that. Both are cars the company decided it needed but found it didn't have the capacity to build. Hence the need for an agreement with Magna Steyr in Austria, who've been making G-Class models for Mercedes since 1979 and build all the E-PACE variants destined for our market. The car targets the premium part of the SUV 'C'-segment, the compact part of the crossover market aimed at people who need something Qashqai or Ateca-sized but want a posher badge on the bonnet. The JLR business already has a car competing here - the Range Rover Evoque - and, presumably in order to simplify the design process, has based the E-PACE on most of the same engineering used in that model. The improvements that created the second generation Evoque in 2019 have now been carried over to this E-PACE - which has rejuvenated this car's proposition.

Driving Experience

Handling of the original version of this model wasn't quite as sharp as we'd expected, so Jaguar's taken steps to improve things, incorporating under the skin the latest stiffer Premium Transverse Architecture structure that the JLR conglomerate has lately built into the Range Rover Evoque and the Land Rover Discovery Sport. As a result, significant improvements in refinement, ride quality and throttle response are claimed. Only the entry-level E-PACE variant - the 163PS 2.0-litre D165 FWD diesel version - uses a non-electrified engine and can be had with front wheel drive and a manual gearbox. All the other derivatives have AWD, a 9-speed automatic and the brand's latest MHEV mild hybrid technology. You can have that 2.0-litre diesel in D165 AWD Auto form; or, with a power hike to 204PS, in D200 AWD Auto guise. There's also a choice of three versions of the brand's 2.0-litre MHEV four cylinder petrol unit, developing either 200PS (P200), 249PS (P250) and 300PS (P300 Sport). The range also now includes a P300e Plug-in Hybrid derivative, which uses a 309PS three cylinder 1.5-litre petrol unit mated to an 80kW Electric Rear Axle Drive motor powered by a 15kWh lithium-ion battery beneath the boot floor. When this is fully charged, up to 34 miles of WLTP-rated all-electric driving range is possible. Whatever your choice of E-PACE variant, you should find on the road that it has very much a Jaguar feel. It's certainly far more of a driver's car than its Land Rover cousins thanks to things like 'Configurable Dynamics' technology that lets drivers personalise throttle, steering and transmission settings, plus the 'Active Driveline' and torque vectoring set-ups are supposed to combine to make this front-driven model fell more like a more involving rear-driven product. All models get a 'JaguarDrive Control' system that gives owners a choice of four selectable driving modes - 'Normal', 'Dynamic', 'ECO' and 'Rain, Ice & Snow'. The optional 'Active Driveline' AWD system can transfer traction to the rear axle in a fraction of a second should a lack of grip demand it.

Design and Build

The E-PACE features a few detail changes in this uprated guise. Revised all-LED headlights with distinctive 'Double J' DRL signatures flank a restyled grille, plus there's a revised lower aperature and smarter side fender vents at the front; and all-LED tail lamps and a smart mesh insert for the bumper at the back. As before, this little Jaguar is based on the same chassis used for the Range Rover Evoque and the Land Rover Discovery Sport. It's around 4.4m in length, so very similar in size to the Audi Q3 that many think will be its biggest rival. It's certainly a lower, sleeker design than that Ingolstadt model, with crisp surfacing, strong rear haunches and a sporty stance. Inside, the main change is the adoption of Jaguar's latest 'Pivi Pro' infotainment system, which sits behind a now much larger integrated 11.4-inch curved-glass HD touchscreen in the centre of the dashboard. Improvements here include quicker activation, the adoption of 'Apple CarPlay'/'Android Auto' smartphone-mirroring, plus a whole range of embedded apps (like Spotify and Deezer) and the potential for over-the-air updates. Complementing this monitor is a 12.3-inch HD Interactive Driver Display, which replaces conventional dials in the instrument binnacle. You can also have a Head-up display; and Jaguar's optional ClearSight Interior Rear View Mirror which replaces the conventional surface of the frameless rear view mirror with a high-definition screen fed from a camera on the roof. As before, the cabin has more in common with Jaguar's F-TYPE sportscar than this little SUV's its F-PACE cousin: there's a 360-degree grab handle for the passenger on the side of the centre console, just as in the F-TYPE, though the dash itself is arguably more futuristic. As on the F-PACE, there's a sports stick shifter, now restyled, with a larger stowage area just in front incorporating room for a wireless charging mat. In the rear, there's reasonably comfortable space for a couple of adults. And the boot is a spacious 577-litres in size in conventionally-engined models, thanks to the integral link suspension system chosen for the rear. That's also enabled the cargo floor to be low and the opening wide.

Market and Model

Prices start at just under £33,000 for the base D165 diesel manual model, but that's a bit misleading because virtually all E-PACE models sold going forward will have the brand's latest MHEV mild hybrid technology, which has to be had mated to AWD and automatic transmission. Prices for these electrified variants begin at around £36,000 with the D165 AWD auto version. Both D165 derivatives can be had with a base 'E-PACE' level of trim, but elsewhere in the range, you'll be choosing between 'S' and 'SE' levels of trim. The petrol models start at around £39,000. All these three spec options can be embellished with an 'R Dynamic' pack that delivers a sportier look, both inside and out. But you won't need that with the top P300 petrol variant because that only comes in a fully kitted-out 'Sport' level of trim. Standard kit levels have of course increased to match this higher pricing. So you can expect to find the brand's latest 'Pivi Pro' infotainment system with its bigger 11.4-inch monitor and a 12.3-inch HD Interactive Driver Display screen in the instrument binnacle. Fresh options include a cabin ioniser, Jaguar's 'Clear Sight Interior Rear View Mirror' technology and the latest 3D Surround Camera tech. And of course the E-PACE features the very latest safety and driver assistance technologies. A stereo camera underpins the advanced Emergency Braking system, which also provides pedestrian detection, and supports the Lane Keep Assist, Traffic Sign Recognition, Adaptive Speed Limiter and Driver Condition Monitor features. Front and Rear Parking Aids are standard on every variant. The camera also combines with the electric power assisted steering system to deliver a Blind Spot Assist function to help reduce the risk of sideswipe collisions on multi-lane roads. A Forward Traffic Detection system also warns drivers of approaching vehicles at junctions where visibility is restricted. Advanced active safety features include a pedestrian airbag, which deploys from beneath the trailing edge of the bonnet to enhance pedestrian protection in the event of a collision.

Cost of Ownership

The introduction of MHEV mild hybrid tech has made a decent difference to the E-PACE's running costs - and, unlike on the larger F-PACE, you can get this electrified tech with the petrol engines too. The MHEV system features a Belt integrated Starter Generator (BiSG) to harvest energy usually lost when slowing and braking. This energy is then stored in a separate 48V lithium-ion battery before being intelligently redeployed to assist the engine when accelerating away, as well as delivering a more refined stop/start system. Let's get to the WLTP-rated figures. The non-electrified D165 manual front-driven model manages 46.5mpg on the combined cycle and 159g/km of CO2. For the MHEV D165 AWD auto variant, the figures are 44.0mpg and 168g/km. As for the otheer MHEV models, well the D200 manages 43.3mpg and 171g/km, the P200 and P250 variants deliver 31.5mpg and 202g/km, while the P300 Sport manages 30.8mpg and 207g/km. That only leaves the P300e petrol PHEV Plug-in hybrid, which as we've said offers a 34 mile electric driving range. Charging from a 7kW garage AC wallbox can be done from 0-80% in 1 hour and 24 minutes. DC fast-charging (up to 32kW) can reduce this 0-80% fill period to just half an hour. Charge from a domestic 3-pin plug via a Mode 2 cable and the process will take 6 hours and 42 minutes. Whatever E-PACE variant you decide upon, a three year unlimited mileage warranty is standard, although this can be extended with a number a couple of different plans that include a cover for an MOT test failure up to £750, as well as the normal cover for most electrical and mechanical systems. Service intervals are every two years/21,000 miles.

Summary

The E-PACE is one of the most significant cars that Jaguar has ever made. It was the first to be manufactured outside the UK. The first to attack the volume part of the SUV market. And the car that has pushed the brand's global annual sales beyond the 250,000 mark for the first time. It's attracted a whole new generation of customers to the company's showrooms and we can see why, combining as it does dynamic Jaguar body language with the fashionable practicality of a compact SUV. But it needed improvement - and has got it in this enhanced form. The brand says that this car 'energises' its segment - and now, we wouldn't disagree. Yes, if you judge it as a Jaguar, there are still questions to ask here. If though, you analyse this model's merit as a compact SUV, you'll find there's lots to like

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