Passenger & boot space
How it copes with people and clutter
You’re unlikely to have any problems with the amount of space in the front. Even if you’re well over six-feet tall and the Jaguar F-Pace has a panoramic glass roof fitted, there's enough head room. The seats slide back far enough to accommodate long legs, too.
There's also lots of storage space, including large front door pockets, a decent glovebox and further cubbies in the centre console and under the front armrest.
Seat folding and flexibility
Conveniently positioned handles on the inside of the boot are a reasonably priced option. They allow you to drop the 40/20/40 split rear seats from the boot, rather than using the buttons on the rear seats.
Another reasonably priced option is electrically reclining rear seats, which are great when your rear passengers fancy an impromptu snooze. There's no option for sliding rear seats, though, which come as standard with a number of rivals, including the Discovery Sport.
Like the driver’s seat, the front passenger has electrically operated lumbar, height and backrest angle adjustment as standard. Higher trims add full passenger-seat electric adjustment for easier fine-tuning.