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Sharp looks and plenty of standard equipment add to the Jaguar E-Pace’s appeal, but an unsettled ride, below-par efficiency and poor reliability detract from the overall package. Ultimately, the Volvo XC40 and Range Rover Evoque are more comfortable, plusher inside and more practical, while also depreciating more slowly.
The trimSee full equipment
Adding to R-Dynamic trim, you get upgraded LED lights with auto main beam, privacy glass, a panoramic sunroof, power folding door mirrors and a black exterior pack with red brake calipers.
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This entry-level 161bhp 2.0-litre diesel engine is the only one available with front-wheel drive and a manual gearbox. It’s still not particularly efficient with high CO2 emissions and mid-40s mpg, and a best 0-62mph time of 9.8sec means it’s not particularly quick, either.
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