Used 2019 Jaguar F-PACE Consumer Reviews

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Silver 2019 2.5L turbo (296hp) Prestige

Gene H., 08/06/2018
35t Prestige 4dr SUV AWD (3.0L 6cyl S/C 8A)
14 of 14 people found this review helpful

This 2019 F-Pace has a few electrical gremlins. Other than the occasional refusal to shift gears, or automatically restart after stopping, its a wonderful road car! smooth and quiet on most road surfaces. Not so much going over speed bumps... very stiff... go slowly! Performance with the 2.5 turbocharged engine rivals my previous supercharged 3 liter V6. Impressive acceleration when needed. Jaguar got the message, and increased the fuel capacity by 5 gallons. 21.7 gallons allows me to easily drive well over 400 miles on a tank. My best is 26 mpg from Carmel, CA to Orange county CA. Overall I've enjoyed my two F-Pace (s) since 2017. Quiet and very solid feeling, great carrying capacity, as well as reasonable mileage for a performance SUV along the lines of the Porsche Macan, Alfa Stevio, and Maserati Lavente... at a more reasonable price.

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This Cat Growls

James Bigglesworth, 02/20/2019
S 4dr SUV AWD (3.0L 6cyl S/C 8A)
39 of 44 people found this review helpful

If you can, get yourself the S. The 3.0L engine develops 380 bhp and it flys. Not literally of course, but you will have a big smile on your face as you leave the remainder of the traffic lined up with you at the set of lights still sitting there when you are a half mile down the road. This does work best if you are the first in line at the lights, but I am sure it works wherever you are in the line. Aside from the acceleration it just feels like quality. Equipped with the optional sports seats this is a very comfortable drivers position, giving you such a secure feeling as you turn into a corner it is almost womb like. I really don’t know where the criticism of the interior is justified, it is not Bentley luxurious but it seems more than adequately solid for this price range. One problem with the vehicle, it does attract a lot of looks, and comments. “See this smile? It tells you everything you want to know” I tell them.

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Absolutely amazing

MW, 03/03/2020
25t Premium 4dr SUV AWD (2.0L 4cyl Turbo 8A)
7 of 7 people found this review helpful

This vehicle has well surpassed all of my expectations. It is fun to drive, and regardless of what the fuel economy ratings say- I was averaging nearly 38mpg in eco mode! And it has plenty of power, and is very responsive. It gets even better in dynamic mode. I am so happy with my F-pace. Edit- after a couple months of driving I still love my F-pace. I have averaged 32-33 mpg in Eco mode which well surpassed my expectations.

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A true 'Sport' utility vehicle

CTMA, 09/03/2020
25t R-Sport 4dr SUV AWD (2.0L 4cyl Turbo 8A)
11 of 12 people found this review helpful

Having owned the car for about a year now, I can safely say this is by far the best car I've ever owned. I'll start off with the cons: some people would prefer the seat leather to have more softness to it, although the seats are incredibly comfortable, and there are a few hard plastics in the lower door panels. It would be nice if the second row slid forward/aft, but the seat backs recline and there's plenty of leg room, even for my 6'2" son. Lastly, it would be nice if there were direct buttons for the vented seat controls, as opposed to having to hit two menu functions to access them. Here's the rest of it, pretty much all good.... It has the handling of my late model Corvette, the luxury of my recent GLS450, and the cargo space of a mid-size SUV. I don't know how any car with almost 9" of ground clearance can handle as well as the f-pace does. The car seems to disappear around you as you increase speed on a curvy, winding road. Responses are immediate, but never touchy, and there is good road feel and feedback through the steering wheel and controls. The ride is firm, but never rough, and it will stay planted through a bumpy corner even at high speed. We get low 20s around town, and well over 30 on the highway for mileage, and we do drive the car the way it was meant to be driven, so the mileage is even more impressive because of that. We have the 4-cylinder engine, it's not a rocket ship but it is never lacking for power even with four people and a week's worth of luggage. The Meridian audio system is terrific, the vented seats blow cool air immediately, and the heated seats and steering wheel get very warm. The layout is pretty good, everything is pretty much touch screen based, although there are some hard buttons at the lower portion of the dash. See comfort is excellent, ours have adjustable bolsters and thigh extensions, and are great for hours of driving. The second row seats are very comfortable as well, and recline slightly. The cargo area is huge, perhaps the biggest in class, and we're never lacking space for week long trips to the lake or wherever we are going. This is a true luxury / performance SUV, that handles better than most supports sedans and sports cars I have owned. It's Firm, but comfortable on bumpy roads, and can tackle off-roading and snow and slush equally well, with several drive modes and low speed cruise control for inclement weather or mud. Keep in mind the all-wheel drive system is Land Rover based so it's excellent under any conditions. I didn't expect to like this car as much as I have. The two tone interior impresses everybody, looks sharp, and as well laid out overall. The exterior is one of the nicest I've seen on any vehicle ever, And although that's subjective, most people tend to agree it's a very good looking SUV. It's also nice that you don't see one on every corner, my neighborhood is loaded with Q7, q8, GLEs, x5s, and numerous other European machinery, so it's nice not to have something that gets lost in the crowd. anybody looking for a luxurious, but especially fun to drive SUV, owes it to themselves to drive an F-Pace.We looked at it initially just because we thought it was a beautiful looking vehicle, and after driving it we knew it was the one for us.. We will definitely be considering Jaguar products in the future.

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The worst vehicle I have ever owned

Ryan Donovan, 09/08/2019
25t Premium 4dr SUV AWD (2.0L 4cyl Turbo 8A)
59 of 73 people found this review helpful

The battery went out in my first week on owning it. Battery went dead second week I owned it. They replaced battery. There’s some issue with the radiator in the fan because the fan runs all the time. My check engine light went on this week and with all of the other problems that I’ve decided not to mention I wanted to cry in the parking lot when it lit up. Because I knew it would be another month before their service department to get me an appointment with a loaner vehicle. I just want to get out of this lease

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