What used Jaguar E-Pace estate will I get for my budget?
The E-Pace is still a relatively new car and prices are still settling, but it’s possible to pick up a 2018 example for around £27,000, this one of the lower powered 2.0-litre diesels with front-wheel drive and an average mileage for the year bought from a franchised dealer. A four-wheel drive model, or one with a more powerful engine, will set you back somewhere in the region of £30,000- £35,000, while you can expect to spend nearer £40,000 on a fully loaded E-Pace.
How much does it cost to run a Jaguar E-Pace estate?
On paper, the 2.0d with front-wheel drive only is the most economical, with an official average of 52.3mpg, and corresponding CO2 emissions of 143g/km. The four-wheel drive equivalent manages an average 47.1mpg, depending on trim, while the 2.0d 180 claims highs of 49.6mpg, depending on which trim it comes in. The best-performing petrol is the 2.0 200 with a high of 35.3mpg and corresponding CO2 emissions of 182g/km.
Annual car tax is currently charged at a flat rate of £140 a year, but beware the supplementary luxury car tax of £310 a year charged on cars costing more than £40,000 new. Many E-Pace variants fall into this category.
Insurance groups range from 31 to 40, so costs are average to high for this class of car. Servicing costs are likely to be higher than they might be for the equivalent Ford or Vauxhall, and Jaguar offers a number of different servicing options for used cars that will allow you to pay via direct debit and plan your costs.
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