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2018 Jaguar E-Pace SUV gallery

Full details and pictures of the stylish new Jaguar E-Pace SUV, which offers sportier looks and lower prices than the larger F-Pace

Words By Steve Huntingford

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Most functions are controlled through a 10.0in touchscreen


A customisable 12.3in digital instrument display is available as an option


First Edition models will come with Jaguar animal print floor mats


Auto models have a joystick-style gear selector, instead of the rotary dial found in the F-Pace


Novel details include a jaguar cub with its mother at the base of the windscreen


The top 10 small SUVs currently on sale:

10. Kia Soul

The Soul is more of a jacked-up hatchback than a fully fledged SUV. However, it still offers many of the benefits buyers in this market are looking for – it's competitively priced and its interior is roomy and well equippped. All of the Soul's engines could be more efficient and quiet, though, and there's plenty of wind noise at motorway speeds. There's a fully electric version to consider if you'll mainly be driving in town.

Our pick: 1.6 GDi 2

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9. Audi Q3

While high-end versions are pricey, the Q3 is a desirable choice in this market, with a high quality interior. It's also good to drive and relatively inexpensive to run, with engines that are mostly smooth and strong.

Our pick: 2.0 TDI 150 SE

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8. Suzuki Vitara

Compact on the outside but spacious inside, the Vitara is an easy car to live with. There's lots of standard kit on offer and it's relatively practical. It's just a pity that its petrol engines' CO2 emissions are unusually high for this class.

Our pick: 1.6 SZ4

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Jaguar F-Pace

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The Jaguar F-Pace is fun to drive and surprisingly practical. The 2.0-litre diesel makes the most financial sense, but the V6 diesel is an absolute belter if money is less of a concern.