The F-PACE was the first SUV to be produced by Jaguar and, with its release, the luxury car manufacturer hit the ground running. This stylish and practical vehicle boasts a range of refined yet powerful engines options that each deliver a sporty driving performance.
From any angle, the Jaguar F-PACE impresses. The front fascia, in particular, features an expansive radiator grille that proudly bears the Jaguar insignia and is flanked by sleek headlights. Entry-level models are fitted with 18-inch alloy wheels as standard, and all variants possess a practical five-door body that enables easy entry and exit for rear-seated travellers. Inside, there’s plenty of room for two adults in the back row – or three younger passengers. This SUV is a great option for young families, especially since its 650-litre boot can easily swallow the results of a big weekly shopping expedition. If more capacity is required, simply flip the vehicle’s 40/20/40 split-folding rear seats and you’ll have 1,740 litres of cargo volume to play with.
The F-PACE is fitted with a 2.0-litre diesel engine as standard, which is good news if you require optimal efficiency. While this 150bhp unit delivers 380Nm of torque and exceptional acceleration, it also manages remarkable fuel economy and produces CO2 emissions from 143g/km. For optimal pace and power, choose a 2.0-litre 300bhp engine that puts out a peak torque of 400Nm.
A standard-issue six-speaker audio system allows you to listen to your favourite tunes and speech-based content wherever you go. A 10.2-inch touchscreen satellite navigation system is also included as standard – as is Bluetooth connectivity, enabling you to stream music from compatible devices and make and receive hands-free telephone calls.
All good family-friendly cars come with a five-star Euro NCAP crash-test rating, and the F-PACE is no exception. This accomplished SUV features an array of passive safety features and driver aids, such as multiple airbags, ISOFIX child-seat fixtures, and Autonomous Emergency Braking. The latter technology uses front-facing cameras that help identify the risk of collision with vehicles or objects ahead.