Jaguar I-Pace Leasing
Top 3 Features
It offers sporty driving dynamics.
It has a high-tech interior.
It’s spacious and practical.
Why Lease A Jaguar I-Pace?
What’s The Cabin Like?
How Does It Drive?
The I-Pace offers comfortable seating for 4 or 5 (depending on the passengers’ sizes) and, being slightly higher off the ground than a conventional saloon, it is easier to get in and out of.
The boot offers up 577 litres of space, which extends to 1453 litres if you fold the rear seats down. In addition, the frunk (‘front trunk’, or a front boot for storage) has 27 litres of capacity for smaller items. Thanks to the absence of a transmission tunnel, the bin between the front seats can store 10.5 litres of oddments. And the interior has plenty of space for water bottles, as well as a wireless phone charger in the centre console.
The I-Pace has a claimed range of 286 miles, plenty for most, but rivals like the Tesla Model 3 and Model X can do better. Charging the 90kWh battery pack on a 50kWh charging system will get you slightly fewer than 170 miles in 60 minutes. Or, if you use a 100kWh fast charging system, you can get 156 miles of range in approximately half that time.
Using a standard domestic wall socket will gain you around 5.9 miles of range per hour, which means slightly less than 60 miles of range after a 10-hour charge. A 7kW domestic wall box will have you fully charged in 13 hours.
As a rough rule of thumb, running the I-Pace – even if you’re regular hooking it up to higher-tariff, fast-charging public connections – will still be about half the price of fuelling a comparable diesel SUV. There are also benefits in terms of super-low BIK tax for company-car users, and also exemption from various congestion and low-emission zones that help mitigate the higher leasing prices.
I-Pace SUVJaguar calls it an SUV, but the I-Pace is only slightly taller and longer than a traditional saloon. It still packs in as much as most midsize SUVs and it can seat 4 or 5 passengers in comfort.
High Performance ModelsAll trims in the I-Pace range are powered by 2 electric motors – 1 at each axle – which together produce a total of 400hp and 696Nm of torque. This allows the Jag to accelerate from 0-62mph in just 4.8 seconds. Top speed is limited to a rather academic 124mph.
The Jaguar I-Pace Vs Competitors
The I-Pace offers 577 litres of boot space, which increases to 1453 litres with the rear seats folded. There is also an additional 27 litres of capacity in the extra boot in the nose of the SUV.
The I-Pace is sportier and offers a better-built interior with higher quality materials, while the Tesla Model X offers more range and interior space.
Absolutely. The Jaguar I-Pace is a solidly built SUV that offers class-leading driving dynamics with plenty of space for both passengers and their luggage.
Using a 7kW household wall charger will cost approximately £12.60 for a full charge and will take 13 hours. A public rapid charger will significantly reduce that time but will cost £21.60 for an 80% charge.
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