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  • Launched in 2018
  • Crossover
  • EV
  • Launch year
    2018
  • Body type
    Crossover
  • Fuel type
    EV

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Jaguar’s trailblazing all-electric SUV

Best bits

  • The most enjoyable car of its type to drive
  • Lots of standard equipment provided
  • Good driving range between charges

Not so great

  • Road noise means it’s not as peaceful as some rivals
  • Ride isn’t as settled as an Audi E-Tron’s
  • Infotainment system can be fiddly

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Overall verdict

"If we were asked to name the two areas of most rapid growth for the car market these days, our answer would be simple: SUVs and EVs (or Electric Vehicles). So, as an all-electric luxury SUV, the Jaguar I-Pace looks to have it made. Talk about capturing the zeitgeist…"

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However desirable it is, though, the Jaguar I-Pace isn’t about to have the masses ditching the combustion engine entirely and going electric. It’s too expensive for mass adoption on that scale. It has succeeded, though, in injecting some extra coolness into EV motoring and is one of the best electric cars going.


Fun in particular. That’s because the I-Pace is without doubt one of the most enjoyable cars of its type to drive. It handles sharply, steers sweetly, and although it never quite shakes off its considerable weight, it’s still great fun to thread around your favourite country road. It’s also blisteringly quick. The twin electric motors combine to punt out a sports-car-worrying 400PS, and the muscle is never further than a quick flex of your right ankle away.


A pretty comfortable ride also makes the I-Pace family-friendly, as does the roomy cabin and big boot. The build quality can’t match the best-in-class, perhaps, with one or two trim pieces that don’t quite match up to the standards of the rest, but it’s still a very pleasant environment in which to spend time. Lots of luxury kit comes as standard, meanwhile, and it’s well stocked on the safety front, too.


And importantly for lots of electric car buyers, it has an impressively long driving range, longer than most EVs and longer than the direct rivals from Audi and Mercedes with which it competes. This will make it a realistic proposition for more would-be EV drivers.


True, EVs don’t come with as many financial incentives as they once did, but there are still some very handy savings to be made, particularly if you’re a company car driver.


So the I-Pace manages to take the style and practicality of an SUV, and the feel-good-factor and low running costs of an EV, and wrap it all up in one package that’s fun to drive and a pleasure to live with. If you’re after a family EV, and you’ve got a few quid to spend on it, the I-Pace is definitely worthy of your consideration.

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294kW EV400 SE 90kWh 5dr Auto [11kW Charger]

  • 2021
  • 1,233 miles
  • Peter Vardy Jaguar Aberdeen
  • Kincardineshire, AB123LQ
Price:£61,995
PCP: £857.26/moDeposit cont. £500

Representative example: Contract Length: 36 months, 35 Monthly Payments: £857.26, Customer Deposit: £9,299.00, Total Deposit: £9,799.25, Lender Deposit Contribution: £500.00, Optional Final Payment: £30,548.00, Total Charge For Credit: £8,356.35, Total Amount Payable: £70,351.35, Representative APR: 6.9%, Interest Rate (Fixed): 6.68%, Excess Mileage Charge: 9.6ppm, Mileage Per Annum: 10,000

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294kW EV400 SE 90kWh 5dr Auto

  • 2019
  • 16,607 miles
  • Grange Jaguar Woodford
  • Essex, E182QL
Price:£49,000
PCP: £832.09/mo

Representative example: Contract Length: 36 months, 35 Monthly Payments: £832.09, Customer Deposit: £7,350.00, Total Deposit: £7,350.00, Optional Final Payment: £21,626.00, Total Charge For Credit: £9,099.15, Total Amount Payable: £58,099.15, Representative APR: 9.9%, Interest Rate (Fixed): 9.47%, Excess Mileage Charge: 9.6ppm, Mileage Per Annum: 10,000

Is the Jaguar I-Pace right for you?

If you’ve narrowed down your choice to an all-electric premium SUV, then you’re probably already pretty clear on what you want from your next car. The fact is, though, that each buyer will want something slightly different, and depending on what that is, their choice of the few models available will be pivotal.


Every offering in this class offers something a little different. The Audi e-Tron is the one that feels more like a luxury car thanks to its gorgeous interior and its plush ride, while the Mercedes EQC’s impressive infotainment system makes it the tech-head’s choice. The Tesla Model X, meanwhile, is the one that offers seven-seat practicality and theatrical Falcon Wing doors, provided you can afford the extra it costs.


Meanwhile, the I-Pace - like all Jaguars - aims to be the sportiest car in the segment, and it certainly delivers that. The barnstorming performance and neat handling make it truly enjoyable to drive, so if you want your electric SUV to give you motoring that’s care-free - as well as emissions-free and guilt-free - then the I-Pace is the car for you.

What's the best Jaguar I-Pace model/engine to choose?

All I-Paces are powered by the same combination of electric motors and batteries, so there are no choices to be made there. Nope, your only choice will be what trim level you want.


Here, we’d choose the entry-level S version, and not just because it provides you with all the kit you really need while keeping prices down. Which it does. It also gives you a greater range figure due to its smaller wheels and lighter weight. That’s super-important in an EV.


That kit list includes creature comforts including climate control, 360-degree parking sensors and leather-effect upholstery, and while the other versions add more, it’s all stuff you can live without, and the I-Pace still looks and feels special without it.


What other cars are similar the car Jaguar I-Pace?

The market isn’t exactly bulging with all-electric premium SUVs at the moment, so those that are offered have to be considered rivals regardless of size or price. Nevertheless, the I-Pace’s most direct rival for buyers’ affections will be the similarly sized Mercedes EQC, with the slightly larger Audi e-tron also firmly in the mix. Buyers might well also be considering the Tesla Model X despite the fact it’s bigger, pricier and has seven seats. If the ‘premium’ bit of the equation is less important to you, there are cheaper electric SUV alternatives, such as the Kia e-Niro and the Hyundai Kona Electric.

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Ask the heycar experts: common questions

Is the Jaguar I-Pace a good car?

The Jaguar I-Pace is without doubt one of the most enjoyable cars of its type to drive. It handles sharply, steers sweetly, and although it never quite shakes off its considerable weight, is one of the best handling EVs on the market.

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What is the real range of a Jaguar I-Pace?

According to official WLTP figures, the I-Pace will take you between 252 and 298 miles on a full charge, depending on the spec of the car you buy. In real world driving you're looking at closer to 250 miles.

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Is the I-Pace fully electric?

Yes the Jaguar I-Pace is a full electric pure EV - the only one in the Jaguar range. IT uses the CCS (Combined Charging System) standard for its charging, meaning it’s compatible with most public chargers while a Type 2 charging cable is included as standard.

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