Used Jaguar F-Pace 2016-present

Used Jaguar F-Pace 2016-present review

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Which used Jaguar F-Pace estate should I buy?

The range kicks-off with Prestige, which is our recommended spec since it has all you really need: 18in alloy wheels, a powered tailgate, heated leather seats, front and rear parking sensors, keyless start, climate control and cruise control.

R Sport adds xenon headlights, 19in alloys and sporty styling enhancements to the outside. Further up the range is Portfolio that adds a panoramic glass roof, electric seats, keyless entry, reversing camera and a heated windscreen. The top-of-the-range S models are reserved for V6 engines and adds even bigger 20in alloy wheels and adaptive suspension.

The 3.0-litre V6 diesel is an excellent choice, if you can afford it, because it allows for a much more relaxed driving experience thanks to plenty of low-down grunt. But, we would recommend the 2.0-litre diesel on balance for its efficiency and generally gutsy performance. The eight-speed automatic helps to keep the engine’s diesel drone hushed once up to speed.

If you want petrol power, then the 247bhp 2.0-litre is a punchy performer that remains smooth at higher revs. Which is just as well really since its deficit of torque in comparison to the diesels means you will need to use plenty of revs to make quick progress.

The most powerful supercharged 3.0-litre V6 petrol sounds great and can embarrass a number of serious sports cars at the traffic light grand prix. But fuel economy suffers greatly if you do decide to use its performance, so this engine is only relevant to power-hungry drivers who can stomach its thirst.

Our favourite Jaguar F-Pace: 2.0d Prestige Auto

 

Used Jaguar F-Pace 2016-present

Which used Jaguar F-Pace estate should I buy?

The range kicks-off with Prestige, which is our recommended spec since it has all you really need: 18in alloy wheels, a powered tailgate, heated leather seats, front and rear parking sensors, keyless start, climate control and cruise control.

R Sport adds xenon headlights, 19in alloys and sporty styling enhancements to the outside. Further up the range is Portfolio that adds a panoramic glass roof, electric seats, keyless entry, reversing camera and a heated windscreen. The top-of-the-range S models are reserved for V6 engines and adds even bigger 20in alloy wheels and adaptive suspension.

The 3.0-litre V6 diesel is an excellent choice, if you can afford it, because it allows for a much more relaxed driving experience thanks to plenty of low-down grunt. But, we would recommend the 2.0-litre diesel on balance for its efficiency and generally gutsy performance. The eight-speed automatic helps to keep the engine’s diesel drone hushed once up to speed.

If you want petrol power, then the 247bhp 2.0-litre is a punchy performer that remains smooth at higher revs. Which is just as well really since its deficit of torque in comparison to the diesels means you will need to use plenty of revs to make quick progress.

The most powerful supercharged 3.0-litre V6 petrol sounds great and can embarrass a number of serious sports cars at the traffic light grand prix. But fuel economy suffers greatly if you do decide to use its performance, so this engine is only relevant to power-hungry drivers who can stomach its thirst.

Our favourite Jaguar F-Pace: 2.0d Prestige Auto

 

Used Jaguar F-Pace 2016-present
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