Having been launched just over 3 years ago, the F-Pace has been a huge part of Jag’s future, as their traditional model of saloon/executive-style vehicles has become less popular, mainly due to driving behaviours and purchasing requirements.
Across the UK, the desire for an SUV has only increased, to the extent that this is one of the main, if not the leading, choice of vehicle types in the UK. With a higher driving position, ample space for the family, technologically sound and aesthetically pleasing, this ticks many of the boxes for most households.
The truth is that many families need a car which does everything but looks good at the same time; a large estate or MPV just doesn’t do this. In an effort to be part of this change, Jaguar had to add to their XE, XF and XJ range, which were previously a mainstay for many directors and company car drivers. In adding the F-Pace and then the smaller E-Pace, they opened up their product to a much wider demographic. T
his has helped removed some of the “old man” label which has stuck to the brand. With a bigger 7-seat option being discussed you can see that Jaguar agree an SUV is the future of the car industry in the UK.
In terms of the car shown here, the Jaguar F-PACE DIESEL ESTATE 2.0d R-Sport 5dr Auto AWD, this is based on the following configuration:
· Corris Grey – Metallic Paint
· Perforated grained leather – Ebony/Light Oyster duotone with Contrast stitching
· 19″ 5 spoke gloss black finish alloy wheels – style 5037
. Privacy glass
As standard the car includes emergency brake assist, power tailgate, cruise control, electric heated door mirrors, reversing camera, 8-way adjustable front seats, climate control, 19” alloys (grey), InControl SD navigation, 80W sound system, ambient lighting, heated front seats, xenon headlights with LED running lights, front fog lights, green tinted insulating glass, rain sensing wipers, autonomous emergency braking, grey brake callipers, hill start assist, traction control, trailer stability assist, premium carpet mats, front parking aid, rear parking aid, lane departure warning system, lane keep assist, auto dimming rear view mirrors, push button starter, DAB radio, traffic sign recognition, dual tailpipes, R sport aesthetics, automatic headlights, leather steering wheel, leather upholstery, perimeter alarm, keyless start, immobiliser and 40/20/40 split fold seats. In terms of additional factory options, consider – privacy glass, 380W audio system and panoramic glass sunroof.
On the technical-side, company car and business users can note the P11d at £43,020.00 and CO2 at 162g/km. The 1999CC 8 speed auto engine delivers 46.3 combined MPG, 180ps and 0-62 times of 9 seconds. Service intervals are set at every 24 months or 21,000, whichever lands sooner.
So would you select the Jaguar F-Pace as your next leasing option or does one of the prestige SUV options cited above or below take your fancy?
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