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Jaguar F-PACE

  • tickBeautiful interior
  • tickLots of space
  • tickExcellent performance

Jaguar F-Pace PHEV SUV (2021 - )

Jaguar’s F-Pace is a stylish SUV and has been updated with a range of new petrol and diesel engines, some including so-called mild hybrid technology (or MHEV, in the jargon) to improve efficiency. There is also a new plug-in hybrid version (or PHEV), which we’re looking at in isolation here on the basis part-electrification is a necessity for many buyers wanting to keep running costs manageable on cars of this type. With over 400 horsepower the F-Pace P400e hybrid has a performance edge over rivals like the Mercedes-Benz GLC, Audi Q5 and BMW X3 and is cheaper than the related Range Rover Velar, which is available with the same engine. For our Expert Review on the rest of the F-Pace range click here.
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Jaguar F-PACE running costs

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Jaguar F-PACE safety

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Jaguar F-PACE features

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Jaguar F-PACE reliability

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Jaguar F-PACE interior

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Jaguar F-PACE performance

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Our expert review

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The Jaguar F-Pace is a premium car and priced accordingly, though the plug-in hybrid (or PHEV) version occupies a curious position in the range. By list price it’s big hike over a basic petrol F-Pace in the same trim level but it’s also a lot, lot faster. The more interesting comparison is with the P400 MHEV, which confusingly costs about the same, shares a model designation and has a similar power output but uses mild hybrid technology and therefore can’t be plugged in or run on electric power alone. Although the P400e can cover over 30 miles on the electric motor and boasts official fuel consumption figures of over 100mpg the real-world savings will only really be noticeable if you cover short journeys and plug it in every night to charge. The killer blow in favour of the P400e is in tax, however. You’ll save £1,320 in first-year VED immediately over the P400, while company users stand to save a packet in Benefit In Kind taxation thanks to the much lower CO2 banding.

Against rivals the F-Pace sits between models like the GLC and GLE in the Mercedes range, the diesel hybrid version of the latter capable of greater electric-only range and offsetting its greater price with cheaper still BiK for business drivers. The Jaguar is more powerful and faster, though. It’s also usefully cheaper than the closely related Range Rover Velar, which uses exactly the same hybrid system.

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