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Jaguar E-PACE

  • tickNew hybrid version
  • tickMuch improved infotainment
  • tickSporty driving manners

Jaguar E-PACE SUV (2020 - )

The E-Pace is Jaguar’s player in the fiercely competitive small SUV sector and comes with some fresh updates for the 2021 model year, comprising subtle tweaks to the looks (including new lights and grille) along with more extensive tech updates inside. These include Jaguar’s much-improved Pivi Pro infotainment system, with a bigger screen and increased functionality. The engine range has also been revised and now includes a P300e plug-in hybrid with tax-friendly CO2 rates and the option of short distance travel on electric power alone. The E-Pace is a little cheaper than the closely related Range Rover Evoque but arguably doesn’t look as stylish or desirable and is pushed hard by rivals like the Mercedes-Benz GLA, BMW X1, Audi Q3 and Volvo XC40. It’s much improved but still found wanting in this company.
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The arrival of a plug-in hybrid (or PHEV) option earns an extra point here compared with the previous E-Pace generation, this version the only one in the range to duck out of the worst Benefit In Kind band and therefore making an E-Pace a viable pick for company drivers at last. All but the cheapest diesel version – which is the only front-wheel drive and manual option in the range – now get efficiency boosting mild hybrid technology (MHEV) too but only the plug-in will really save you significant amounts of money in monthly running costs, and only then if your driving patterns play to its strengths. Click here to learn about the differences between different types of hybrid.

Jaguar is, of course, partnered with Land Rover and uses the same foundations and engines as the Discovery Sport and Evoque – handily all share a similar range structure so price comparisons are relatively straightforward. Like for like the E-Pace tends to be the cheapest of the three, but not by a huge amount. Given it’s not that much more expensive we’d pick the Evoque for style and all-round desirability over the E-Pace any day of the week.

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