Buyers can choose a relatively frugal four-cylinder diesel model. While at the other end of the range, there's a riotous, and pricey, supercharged V6 petrol.
The F-Pace is roughly the same size as sister company Land Rover's Discovery Sport, with which it shares some of its oily bits. However, it isn’t simply a rebadged Land Rover; its underpinnings actually have more in common with Jaguar’s XE and XF saloons.
As a result, the body is super-stiff and there’s lots of aluminum and other lightweight materials to keep its weight down and improve agility. The F-Pace is very much a road-focused SUV, even though four-wheel-drive versions have some clever off-roading technology; cheaper models actually make do with rear-wheel drive.
Which Jaguar F-Pace is best, then, and is it a better buy than its more established rivals? Read on for everything you need to know.