The Jaguar F-PACE is a luxury SUV which provides a striking alternative to the standard German premium SUV offerings like the BMW X3, Audi Q5 and Mercedes-Benz GLC. A recent refresh has given it a much-improved interior and the engine range now includes mild-hybrid assistance, which benefits both your pocket and the environment.
There’s a trim and engine option for just about everyone.
Why Lease A Jaguar F-PACE With Vanarama?
What’s The F-PACE’s Interior Like?
How Does The F-PACE Drive?
Though the F-PACE is roomy enough, it isn’t the most spacious SUV in its class. The rear pew is tighter than what you would find in a BMW X3 or Audi Q5. However, the boot is of above-average size, offering 650 litres of space with the rear seats up and 1,740 litres when down. The plug-in hybrid P400e has slightly less space, due to the bulky battery pack located beneath the boot.
The front seats are comfortable and offer a wide range of adjustments, while the outer 2 rear seats are also perfectly suited for longer trips, even for adults. However, the middle seat is less spacious and the optional panoramic sunroof can restrict headroom for taller passengers.
There is a handy wireless charging slot for mobile phones located just ahead of the gearstick and the large centre console can easily hold extra items. Large door bins both front and rear can take bottles and small handbags. There are also 4 USB charging ports, split between the front and rear.
The F-PACE offers a range of 7 engine options. The 4-cylinder diesels offer a claimed 45.4mpg combined consumption, while the 250hp 4-cylinder petrol power plant manages 30.4mpg.
The plug-in hybrid promises 130.2mpg, but that supposes you’re making the most of the 33 miles of all-electric range during your commute. Dip into the petrol power more regularly and that economy figure will drop. Even so, the benefit-in-kind (BIK) tax rate for hybrid vehicles may still see you save money during your lease.
Available Jaguar F-PACE Models
F-PACE Trim Levels
The Jaguar F-PACE Vs Competitors
Alternatives to the Jaguar F-PACE include the BMW X3, the Land Rover Discovery Sport and the Audi Q5. In its latest updated form, the F-PACE offers strong performance, great handling and a much-improved interior, making it a desirable SUV to lease in this segment. The rear seats can be a bit tight for 3 adults, but cargo capacity is useful and the refreshed looks help it stand out from the crowd.
With the rear seats up you get 650 litres of boot space, rising to an impressive 1,740 litres with them down. Both are in excess of the norm for this class of vehicle.
Base, S, R-Dynamic S, SE, R-Dynamic SE, HSE, R-Dynamic HSE and SVR trims are available. Numerous options are available within each trim level, although the more powerful engines are reserved for the higher specification grades.
Every new Jaguar comes with a 3-year manufacturer’s warranty and various servicing options are available.
The Jaguar F-PACE is perfect for 4 adults and their luggage, thanks to its comfortable ride and decent luggage space. It offers plenty of storage space in the cabin, too.
The F-PACE continues to be a popular SUV to lease thanks to its upmarket looks, high-quality interior finishes, and broad range of engine and trim options.
Leasing a Jaguar F-PACE with Vanarama couldn’t be any easier. Choose the specifications and contract length that you’d like and we can organise the rest. We offer the best deal, guaranteed. There are no hidden fees to worry about. Check out our Jaguar F-PACE leasing offers today and drive away your next car.
Leasing from Vanarama means driving a brand-new car on fixed monthly payments, on agreements that last between 2 to 5 years, for both personal and business customers.
You can also set your annual mileage and initial payment, with an optional maintenance pack to cover additional costs. Once the agreement ends, you simply return the car without paying anything more – providing you’re within the agreed mileage and fair wear and tear. You’re then free to walk away, or lease another new vehicle with us.
The Jaguar F-PACE has evolved into a very desirable large SUV, offering a great driving experience, plenty of tech and often undercutting its rivals in leasing costs. The car has always looked the part but improvements to the quality of the interior, in terms of materials and infotainment tech, means it now rivals its competitors in all departments.
Jaguar also offers a range of updated engines for the F-PACE, which give strong performance allied with impressive fuel consumption figures.
A midlife update means the interior of the F-PACE is now far more luxurious and better equipped. A new 11.4-inch curved touchscreen sits pride of place in the middle of the dashboard, while the materials used throughout the cabin have all been upgraded.
The climate control system was improved to look tidier and proves to be easy to operate, while there’s an airy feel to the passenger compartment – helped by Jaguar’s use of light-coloured hides and woods for much of the interior options palette.
The F-PACE sits somewhere on the sportier side of the large SUV scale. It’s more enjoyable to drive than an Audi Q5 but is not quite as focused as a Porsche Macan, providing a middle ground for those looking to find a balance between the 2 German machines.
The view out of the Jaguar is good, thanks to the high seating position, while most bumps are easily absorbed by the suspension – unless you opt for the largest alloy wheels available.
Mild-hybrid tech is employed on the majority of the engines on offer. These include a pair of 2.0-litre diesels in 163hp and 204hp flavours, as well as a 300hp 3.0-litre straight-6 alternative. The petrol range includes a 250hp 2.0-litre 4-cylinder, hybrid-assisted 400hp 3.0-litre 6-cylinder and a plug-in hybrid which makes 404hp. All offer decent responsiveness around town but we would opt for one of the more powerful models if you regularly endure long motorway journeys.
Those focused on serious performance will also be interested in the 550hp 5.0-litre V8 SVR, which is capable of 178mph. However, the sharp handling responses and lovely V8 soundtrack can be enjoyed at more sane speeds. Of course, that comes with a noticeable drop in economy – to be expected of something so large and powerful.
The F-PACE is offered in an SUV body style with seating for 5. No coupe-styled variant is available here, as can be found on most German competitors.
High Performance Models
The mild-hybrid 3.0-litre 6-cylinder P400 and plug-in hybrid P400e make 400- and 404hp respectively. Both can reach 62mph in around 5 seconds. If that isn’t quite enough, then the 550hp V8 SVR should suffice, it completes the 0-62mph dash in 4.0 seconds and makes all the right sounds to go with its prodigious performance capabilities.
Trim levels available: F-PACE, S, R-Dynamic S, SE, R-Dynamic SE, HSE, R-Dynamic HSE, SVR.
The basic trim for the Jaguar F-PACE comes equipped with 19-inch wheels, an 11.4-inch touchscreen and LED headlights. It can, however, only be specced with the 165hp diesel engine. R-Dynamic variants add some sporty visual upgrades.