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Crossover 2.0d 180ps R-Sport Auto AWD

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  • Fuel Type
  • Insurance Group
  • MPG Combined
    46.3 MPG
  • Transmission
  • CO2 Emissions
    162.0 g/km
  • Manufacturer OTR
Standard Equipment
Exterior Features
060BB Gloss Black Roof Rails
030NA Heated Electrically Adjstbl Dr Mrr
086FA Rear Camera
064BV Headlight Power Wash
189AD Front/Rear Parking Aid
064AP Front Fog Lights
Safety & Security Features
086DH Driver Condition Monitor
SD47 Front Side Airbags
086DC Traffic Sign Recgntn+Adpt Spd Lmtr
SD46 Driver Airbags
SD48 Full Length Side Window Crtn Airbag
SD46 Passenger Airbags
065EC Emergency Braking Forward Only
086BG Lane Keep Assist
Emergency Braking Assist
Mechanical Features
Stop And Start
SD5 Dynamic Stability Control(DSC)
SD3 Electric Power Assisted Steering
Interior Features
079BO Premium Carpet Mats
033LP 40:20:40 Split Fold Rear Seat
SD19 Rear Centere Headrest
033UW 8-Way Manual Front Seats
SD25 Outside Temperature Gauge
SD13 Electric Windows+One Tch Open/Close
022AY 2-Zone Climate Control
065AB Cruise Control+Speed Limiter
049AT Manually Adjustble Steering Coloum
033BV Heated Front Seats
Audio and Communications
SD33 AM/FM Radio
025JB DAB Radio
SD35/36 Bluetooth Connectivity/Streaming
087AU Navigation Pro
025KN Sound Syst-125W+6Spkrs+USB/IpodInt
Paint and Trim
Solid Paint
B41T Perforated Grained Leather Seats
029YL 19in 5split-Spk Grey Dmnd Finish
Technical Data
Mpg Urban
Mpg Extra Urban
Mpg Combined
CO2 Emission
Euro Emission
Power Ps
Power KW
Torque Rpm
Gross Vehicle Weight
Towing Weight Braked
Wheel Base
Ground Clearance
Boot Capacity
Fuel Tank Size
Maximum Speed
0 to 60 Mph
0 to 100 Kph
Front Tyre
255/55R19 H 4x4
Rear Tyre
255/55R19 H 4x4
Spare Tyre
Puncture repair kit
Front Brakes
Rear Brakes
Available Options
029XZ 20in 5 Splt Spk Styl 5031 GlsBlkFn
029YB 22in 15 Spk Styl 1020+GlssBlckFnsh
029YJ 19in 7 Split-Spoke Style 7012
029YD 22in 9Spk Style 9006 Chrome Finish
029YP 20in 5 Spoke Style 5035 Gloss Blck
029YE 22in 15 Spk Styl 1020 GryFnshCntIn
029YA 22in 15 Spk Styl 1020 Cntrst Insrt
029YN 20in 5 Spoke Style 5035 Grey Dmond
031JM 19in 5 Spoke Style 5037+Glss BlkFn
029XW 20in 5 Split-Spoke Style 5036
029YC 22in 9Spk Styl 9006+Grey Dmnd Trnd
029XX 20in 10 Split Spoke Style 1019
029XY 20in 5Splt Spk Style 5031 GreyDmnd
029YG 18in 10 Spoke Style 1018
028ME 22in Full Size Spare Wheel
028MC 20in Full Size Spare Wheel
028MB 19in Full Size Spare Wheel
028MA 18in Full Size Spare Wheel
029NZ Reduced Section Steel Spare Wheel
029YK 19in 5 Spoke Style 5037
029YH 18in 15 Spoke Style 1022
029YF 18in 10 Spoke Style 1021
Paint and Trim
088JP Veneers-Gloss Figured Ebony
088JN Veneers-Satin Grey Figured Ebony
088JK Veneers-Satin Fine Line Wood
Premium Paint
088JL Veneers-Satin Grey Ash
088JQ Veneers-Satin Ash Burr
Metallic Paint
088HG Carbon Fibre Trim Finisher
088JI Gloss Black Trim Finisher
088HR Finisher-Meshed Aluminium Trim
Audio and Communications
017EG Incntrl Touch Pro Nav Pk+Snd Systm
025AM CD/DVD Player
025LM Meridian Sound System-380W
017EI Incntrl Touch Pro Navigation Pack
129AA Digital TV
025LN Meridian Surround Sound System
Interior Features
033EQ Heated Front And Rear Seats
022BC Four-Zone Climate Control
032DV Heated Steering Wheel
033IR Rear Electric Reclining Seats
087AS 10in Dual View Touchscreen
066AC Activity Key
033GQ Heated/Cooled Frnt Sts+Htd Rr Sts
033VF 18Way Electric Front Sport Seats
033JT 4-Way Electric Lumbar Adjust
088HH Morzine Headlining
043BH Cabin Pre-Conditioning With Remote
034BA Remote Release Levers Rear Seat
064FC Ambient Interior Lighting Configrb
054AM 2 12V Power Sockts In Second Row
135AH Loadspace Storage Rails
026EU Loadspace Partition Net
011AE Secure Tracker
032FE Light Oyster Headlining
038ID Interactive Driver Display
048BE Illuminatd Metal Ldspc Scuff Plate
022GB Cabin Air Ionisation
022FA Air Quality Sensor
048BN Metal Treadplates+R-Sport Branding
033VD 10Way Electric Front Seats
Mechanical Features
184AB Configurable Dynamic
020DA 350mm Front Brakes
Exterior Features
028EJ Electrically Deployable Towbar
047EB Solar Attenuating Windscreen
041CZ Sliding Panoramic Roof
041CX Fixed Panoramic Roof
064FP Gloss Black Grill+Satin Chrm Srrnd
028EM Detachable Towbar
060BA Silver Roof Rails
086GC 360 Degree Surround Camera
066AC Keyless Entry
081DA Chrome Side Window Surrounds
025CT Garage Door Opener - HomeLink
070BA Gesture Powered Tailgate+Boot Lid
040AK+040AQ Htd Windscrn+Htd Washer Jets
030NK Heated Door Mirrors+PwrFld+Au Dmmn
057EV No Derivative/Engine Badge
047AB Privacy Glass
030DH Lockable Cooled Glovebox
064GJ Adaptive LED Headlight+Signtre DRL
Option Packs
017FG Head-Up Display Pack
032MC BLACK Pack R-Sport
017CA Cold Climate Pack
094AA Smokers Pack
017JA Practicality Pack
017FS Rear Seat Comfort Pack
017UA Park Pack
017GV Memory Pack 14Way Performance Seat
017FL Memory Pack 18Way Sport Seats
017EC Memory Pack For 10-Way Seats
017KA Adaptive Dynamics Pack
Safety & Security Features
017TE Driver Assist Pack
017TA Drive Pack
Impartial Review
Is Jaguar's debut SUV good enough to set the pace in the segment?
11 October 2016 by Oliver Hammond
Historically perceived as leading purveyors of wafting limousines and creamy British sports cars, Jaguar couldn’t be caught out as the middle-aged bloke who hadn’t realised that mullets and C90 cassettes are no longer in fashion. With seemingly every car manufacturer under the sun announcing a SUV, it was an inevitability that Coventry would follow suit.

Unlike one early performance SUV from Germany, which looked like a frog had had an unfortunate encounter with a foot pump, Jaguar’s F-Pace looks splendid from all angles, essentially blending the XF’s face with the F-Type’s posterior, in a wholly embraceable and effective way. Jaguar’s trademark finishing touches such as the J-blade daytime running lights and slimline taillights add a sprinkle of class to the muscular, dynamic silhouette, accentuated in this case by R-Sport body styling with Black Pack.

The F-Pace is much more stimulating to behold than rivals like the Audi Q5, BMW X3 and Mercedes GLC. The Porsche Macan is unarguably subtly special-looking, but the Jaguar pips it, largely thanks to its snorting grille that threatens to swallow other cars alive for supper. The Toxteth and indeed Hale Barns posses will be over the moon with the black 22” rims that fill the arches amply but don’t appear as elegant as the silver alternatives, which are available right down to 18 inches.

Larger SUVs such as the Range Rover, X5, Q7, XC90 and pretty Levante require a set of stepladders to climb aboard, but the F-Pace is hunkered lower to the asphalt like its rivals, meaning people of average height will be able to slide across into it. Sat at the helm, the Jag’s elevated seating position rubs shoulder to shoulder with all manner of cars from a Qashqai and X3 to a Grand Scenic and Galaxy but unsurprisingly feels grander and more special thanks to visual prompts ranging from the logo on the steering wheel to the red contrast stitching and bulging bonnet.

Inside, it’s apparent that the F-Pace has been built to a price, the roof headlining not made from Outer Mongolian wolves’ eyebrows and the switchgear not hewn from precious metals from a distant planet, cheap-feeling surfaces and controls such as the armrest storage lid, door handles and steering wheel adjustment lock letting it down. Still, despite Jaguar’s SUV not ultimately troubling Audi and the other German rivals in terms of interior quality, the F-Pace still feels special and buyers upgrading from mass-market brands will be smitten.

Aside from the electric window switches counter-intuitively positioned on the highest section of the doors, which is incidentally wide enough to plonk the contents of one’s picnic hamper on, the F-Pace is ergonomically executed very well indeed, the chunky leather steering wheel a joy to hold and most controls easy to fathom and operate. SUV drivers tasting Jaguar for the first time will fall head over heels for the rising rotary gear selector and gesture-controlled interior lights. Folding mirrors and a reversing camera are optional, the latter highly advisable due to the shallow rear window which makes reversing slightly daunting on occasion. Jaguar’s latest infotainment system and InControl Touch apps work effectively and the cabin is beautiful to behold at night if specified with curvaceous mood lighting.

Even without optional lumbar adjustment, the front seats are superbly comfortable on long journeys and the two-tone leather itself adds some pizazz even if it feels somewhat artificial to the touch, as per other recent Jaguars barring the XJ. Head, shoulder and legroom in the back are also plentiful and the provision of one 12V and two USB charging sockets is handy for families of technophiles, who will also appreciate the Wi-Fi hotspot and abundance of large storage cubbies on-board. The rear doors open generously widely, somewhat compensating for the arches eating into access, and the British SUV’s 650-litre boot trounces those in rival cars. Practicality has clearly been considered by the way the boot floor can be flipped between carpet and rubber at will and plenty of bag hooks are fitted to prevent loads sliding around. Additional hidden space is available underneath next to the battery and tyre inflation kit, and the back seats are a doddle to fold, although they don’t end up entirely flat, as a trip to IKEA proved. Gesture-opening is available as an optional extra and Jaguar’s Activity Key wearable technology will appeal to lovers of sport or the great outdoors who don’t mind wearing the wristband. In terms of comfort, standard equipment, space and practicality, the F-Pace excels and impresses.

Firing the 2-litre, four-cylinder Ingenium engine up, a distant diesel thrum can be heard, which turns into a clatter when the accelerator pedal is mashed into the carpet, but otherwise, it’s a remarkably refined and creamy unit. There’s discernible lag in Eco mode but it’s a joy to cruise, ahem, economically in. Even in Normal mode, the torque exploitation window still feels fairly narrow, unsurprisingly rectified by switching the handsome Jag’ into Dynamic mode and rotating the gear selector to ‘S’, the steering and throttle noticeably sharpened as a result. Producing peaks of 430Nm and 180PS from Jaguar’s in-house engine, the 2.0d F-Pace is no rocketship but its punch will satisfy the majority of drivers and performance is helped by the extensive use of aluminium, which keeps the weight down to just 1,775kg. This engine will unarguably prove the most popular for both private and business purchasers and leasers, and although returning 45.4mpg combined after 600 miles of mixed driving falls short of the 53.3mpg figure on paper in AWD automatic guise, it’s still pretty respectable.

The 2-litre F-Pace is a remarkably effective motorway cruiser with surprisingly low levels of wind, tyre and road noise, despite its reassuringly large wing mirrors and overall bulk. Its forte, though, is on snaking country roads, which it takes to like a pug to mud. The Electric Power Assisted Steering is weighted wonderfully, particularly in Dynamic mode, and provides plenty of feedback and crisp responses, making the F-Pace a hoot to drive enthusiastically. Advanced double-wishbone front suspension with an Integral Link setup at the rear help the Jaguar to corner with aplomb with relatively little body roll. The feeling of planted agility and nimbleness mean that drivers of all abilities will end up with beaming smiles on their faces, impressed and engaged but never intimidated, the wraparound dashboard helping ease how wide the car feels. The 8-speed ZF automatic gearbox very occasionally behaves clumsily and can be felt shifting and hunting, but is pleasantly smooth on the whole and holds onto higher gears impressively when cruising, helping optimise fuel economy. With a remarkably supple ride even on 20” alloys, along with torque vectoring control as standard and reassuring safety from the all-wheel drive system incorporating Intelligent Drivetime Dynamics, Adaptive Surface Response and All Surface Progress Control, it’s a fabulous SUV for any occasion, from the office commute and family seaside holidays to cheeky hairpin thrills at the weekend.

Emissions of 139g/km CO2 place the big cat in road tax band E, meaning £130 per year currently, whilst it’s rated as 27% in the BIK stakes. The F-Pace 2.0d R-Sport’s environmental credentials are on a par with an X3 xDrive20d M Sport and greener than a Q5 S line Plus 2.0 TDI quattro S tronic, which emits 157g/km.

With prices starting at £40,360 on the road and business fleet leasing prices currently around £414.99+VAT per month, Jaguar’s debut SUV is undisputedly pricier than alternatives like the Q5 and X3. However, the others simply don’t provide this special blend of Britishness, sexy styling, a beautiful ride and handling, and impressive, spacious practicality. Jaguar has created something rather wonderful in a crowded marketplace.

Exterior photography © Isabel Carter

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