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  • Launched in 2016
  • SUV
  • Petrol, Diesel, PHEV
  • Launch year
    2016
  • Body type
    SUV
  • Fuel type
    Petrol, Diesel, PHEV

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Andy Brady

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Puts the ‘sport’ into ‘SUV’

Best bits

  • A real head-turning SUV
  • Great fun to drive
  • Much posher interior from 2021

Not so great

  • Infotainment on pre-2021 models is frustrating to use
  • Not the cheapest SUV to buy or run
  • SVR doesn't feel particularly woke in this day and age

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Overall verdict on the Jaguar F-Pace

"The Jaguar F-Pace rocked the SUV market when it arrived in 2016. Here’s a car that’s big enough to carry your family yet still fun to drive, while its head-turning looks are bold enough to make some buyers think twice about a BMW X3 or Audi Q5 – and even the Porsche Macan."

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The following years have done little to blunt the F-Pace’s left field appeal, although stronger competition in the form of the Volvo XC60 means the F-Pace has to work harder to tempt you into parting with your cash. Quite a significant update in 2021 introduced a revamped engine line-up (including, for the first time, a plug-in hybrid with a 33-mile electric range), while the interior is now up there with the poshest in its class.


The F-Pace emphasises the ‘sport’ element of SUV, with a fairly firm suspension contributing to agile handling. Models with the adaptive suspension do a better job of ironing out lumps and bumps, but you’d be better looking elsewhere if you want a car that’s going to provide a magic carpet ride.


It’s on a fast, flowing A-road that the F-Pace really impresses. The steering is unusually communicative for an SUV of this size, and it’s only on really twisty roads that you’ll start to notice its considerable mass. On the motorway, it becomes the kind of relaxing long-distance cruiser you’d expect for a premium SUV of this size.


The majority of buyers will find the diesel engines are best suited to the F-Pace. Later models come with mild-hybrid power, but don't expect to run around under electric power alone. You'll need the plug-in hybrid model (badged the P400e) for that. If you're not fussed about fuel economy, there's the 5.0-litre V8 SVR. It sounds incredible and has the performance to match, but it's certainly not one for shy and retiring types.


Most F-Pace models come with four-wheel-drive, but this isn’t an off-roader. Jaguar’s sister brand Land Rover caters for that market. The F-Pace’s all-wheel-drive system should provide a little reassurance in slippery conditions, though, and there’s a host of driver assistance systems acting as back-up, too. These include autonomous emergency braking, lane keep assist and a driver condition monitor – all of which are standard across the F-Pace range and contribute to its five-star Euro NCAP safety rating.


Even the most affordable models are relatively comprehensively equipped with things like LED headlights, electric seat adjustment and 19-inch (or bigger) alloy wheels standard across the range. The Jaguar F-Pace isn't a cheap car, with the range starting in the region of £40,000, but you can save a healthy amount of cash by looking for a used or nearly-new model. 


Less than £30,000 will bag you a lightly-used three-year-old 3.0d in a desirable trim level - representing quite a saving over list price. If you’d prefer a newer F-Pace, there are some strong pre-reg deals on hand. We’ve seen 2.0-litre diesel examples advertised with delivery miles for below £36,000.

 

So, there’s a lot going for the Jaguar F-Pace. Earlier models might not be quite as well-finished as alternatives like the Audi Q5 and Volvo XC60, and we'd strongly encourage you to look for a 2021-onwards model for its much-improved infotainment. The F-Pace looks the business, though, and is great to drive.

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2.0d [180] Chequered Flag 5dr Auto AWD

  • 2019
  • 10,771 miles
  • Sinclair Jaguar Swansea
  • Glamorgan, SA68QP
Price:£42,990
PCP: £672.44/mo

Representative example: Contract Length: 36 months, 35 Monthly Payments: £672.44, Customer Deposit: £6,448.00, Total Deposit: £6,448.50, Optional Final Payment: £20,377.00, Total Charge For Credit: £7,370.90, Total Amount Payable: £50,360.90, Representative APR: 8.9%, Interest Rate (Fixed): 8.55%, Excess Mileage Charge: 16.8ppm, Mileage Per Annum: 10,000

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3.0d V6 S 5dr Auto AWD

  • 2018
  • 24,756 miles
  • Grange Jaguar Barnet
  • Hertfordshire, EN55TZ
Price:£37,000
PCP: £560.50/mo

Representative example: Contract Length: 36 months, 35 Monthly Payments: £560.50, Customer Deposit: £5,550.00, Total Deposit: £5,550.00, Optional Final Payment: £19,073.00, Total Charge For Credit: £7,240.50, Total Amount Payable: £44,240.50, Representative APR: 9.9%, Interest Rate (Fixed): 9.47%, Excess Mileage Charge: 16.8ppm, Mileage Per Annum: 10,000

What’s the best Jaguar F-Pace model/engine to choose?

The Jaguar F-Pace was pretty heavily improved in 2021 with a revised engine line-up, improved interior quality and fresh technology. If your budget will stretch to a nearly-new model, we'd highly recommend opting for a post-facelift example. The diesels make sense for a lot of buyers (the plug-in hybrid probably isn't worth the expense unless you're a company car driver) – we rate the bigger six-cylinder units, although the entry-level 2.0-litre diesel is fine if you're watching the pennies.

What other cars are similar to the Jaguar F-Pace?

Just like the (excellent) Volvo XC60, the Jaguar F-Pace is a slightly obscure alternative to premium SUVs like the Audi Q5, Mercedes-Benz GLC and BMW X3. You could also compare it to the sporty Porsche Macan, or in-house rival the Range Rover Velar. Italy’s answers to the Jaguar F-Pace include the Alfa Romeo Stelvio and Maserati Levante.

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Ask the heycar experts: common questions

Is the Jaguar F-Pace a good car?

The Jaguar F-Pace scores 8/10 in our heycar review putting it alongside rivals like the Volvo XC60 and Audi Q5. It's a sporty choice with a superb interior and big boot.

Russell Campbell

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Is the Jaguar F-Pace good off road?

The Jaguar F-Pace isn't a natural off-roader, although most models come with four-wheel drive. If you plan to venture off road, we'd recommend an alternative like the Range Rover Velar.

Andy Brady

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How expensive is the Jaguar F-Pace?

A new Jaguar F-Pace starts from around £40,000 while the range tops out with the £77,500 F-Pace SVR. You can pick up a used example for less than £20,000.

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