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  • InControl Touch Pro infotainment system
  • Heated front windscreen
  • Adjustable lumbar support
  • Rear seat remote release levers
  • Electrically reclining rear seats

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5.0 Supercharged V8 Auto AWD
We are yet to try out this variant
2.0 [300] Auto AWD
We are yet to try out this variant
2.0d [240] Auto AWD
This twin-turbo diesel comes with all-wheel drive as standard, to help transfer its impressive power to the road. Very smooth and refined, made even better by the slick eight-speed automatic gearbox. More expensive to run than the other diesels, but still delivers respectable running costs.
2.0d [163]
We’re yet to try this entry-level petrol XE, but it promises decently strong performance with acceptable running costs for low-mileage drivers. Mated to a manual gearbox and featuring a rear-wheel-drive layout, we’d suspect it to be one of the more involving variants, too.
2.0 Auto AWD
The β€˜entry-level’ petrol engine is a punchy performer. It’s smooth and quiet and works well with the eight-speed automatic gearbox. However, with less low down grunt than the diesels, quick progress demands plenty of revs.
3.0d V6 Auto AWD
The V6 diesel engine has heaps more low-down pulling power than the entry-level 2.0-litre and is ultimately much quicker when you put your foot down. It’s smoother and quieter, too, although it is considerably more expensive and emits a lot more CO2. Comes with four-wheel drive and an eight-speed automatic gearbox as standard.
This 178bhp diesel engine is available with rear or four-wheel drive and a choice of either a six-speed manual or an eight-speed automatic gearbox. The engine is no firebrand but it’s gutsy enough for most situations. Most buyers will choose to have four-wheel drive and an automatic gearbox, and it’s the combination we’d recommend.
3.0 upercharged V6 S Auto AWD
This range-topping supercharged V6 petrol has 375bhp and can propel the F-Pace to 60mph in just 5.1 seconds. It sounds great, too, howling loudly when you rev it hard. However, fuel economy and CO2 emissions are rather less impressive than straight-line performance, making this engine hard to recommend.

Miles per gallon

Official fuel economy figure

23.7-54.3 mpg

CO2 Emissions

Official emissions rating

134-272 g/km

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1740 litres

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