2020 Jaguar I-PACE

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2020 Jaguar I-Pace Review

  • Satisfying and immediate acceleration
  • Enjoyable steering and handling
  • Smooth ride quality
  • Regenerative braking isn't strong, and friction brakes are too grabby
  • Only one battery configuration available
  • The 2020 Jaguar I-Pace is unchanged
  • Part of the first I-Pace generation introduced for 2019

Jaguar managed to beat out traditional luxur competitors such as Audi and Mercedes-Benz last year when it debuted its first electric SUV, the I-Pace. In many ways, Jag set a high bar. The I-Pace is stylish, poised and comfortable and does just about everything you'd want from a luxury SUV. It also boasts acceleration and handling that could make plenty of drivers of sports cars jealous. That it just so happens to be powered by electricity can often be an afterthought.

Unfortunately, Jaguar's relative inexperience with electric vehicles shows through in a couple of areas. The non-linear brake feel, for instance, can make it hard to consistently stop smoothly, and the lack of a strong lift-throttle regenerative braking effect means you can't use a one-pedal driving style as effectively as you can in some other EVs. The I-Pace's relatively inefficient use of electricity could be seen as another drawback, either because it ultimately limits range or you just want your EV to be as efficient as possible.

Then there's the question of the price. Like all luxury EV SUVs, the I-Pace comes with a hefty premium. For most shoppers, the I-Pace's biggest selling point will be its undeniable style. More pragmatic buyers will likely have issues squaring their monthly payment against that. Still, if you're in the market for an EV that's loaded with technology features and is fun to drive, the I-Pace is worth a look.

Notably, we picked the 2020 Jaguar I-PACE as one of Edmunds' Fastest Electric SUVs and Cheapest Electric Cars for 2020.

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The I-Pace is an impressive machine that exudes style, poise, comfort and technical sophistication. This all-wheel-drive electric SUV delivers impressive range and useful utility. But Jaguar's relative inexperience with this technology results in surprisingly high electricity consumption and a lack of smoothness when braking at low speeds.
The electric Jag is quick and responsive if you ask it to be. It ran a sports-car-beating 0-60 mph sprint of 4.2 seconds in our testing. It steers and handles with poise and control as well. Looking for a sporty EV? This is it.

But its performance score is let down by unrefined braking that feels like an on-off toggle with no finesse. It makes it hard to stop smoothly in daily driving, even if emergency braking power is pretty good. Another issue: The I-Pace's lift-throttle regenerative braking isn't as strong as we'd like.
Comfort is the I-Pace's strong suit. It feels controlled, composed, quiet and supportive. The optional air suspension is nicely calibrated to absorb small bumps and smooth larger humps without losing composure. Both front and rear seats are nicely shaped and comfortable, even on longer drives. And to help you enjoy all that comfort, the I-Pace is commendably quiet, even at freeway speeds.

The climate control system offers a lot of flexibility, but the temperature stability software needs more polish. We found the system prone to overshooting our desired temperatures.
This very accommodating interior is attractive, comfortable and spacious. The control layout is logical, too. Interior space is accommodating, with good head- and legroom even in the rear seats.

There are small fiddly deficiencies here and there, but most people will not be bothered by them. Our only real technical complaint involves the lag time in both touchscreen response and the backup camera image.
The Jaguar I-Pace stands apart from other Jaguar products of recent vintage. Its audio and navigation system is modern and easy to use, and the interface lacks much of the lagginess that has plagued other Jaguar products. Smartphone integration works well and Apple CarPlay in particular looks great on the large screen. The HSE trim comes with an all-encompassing suite of driver aid systems that are straightforward to use.
The I-Pace electric SUV delivers a good dose of everyday utility. The back seat is compatible with most any child safety seat, and the cabin has a useful amount of storage for loose odds and ends. You'll find storage for phones in front of the shifter buttons, big door pockets, and a deep console box.

The cargo area is easy to load, but the available volume is limited to 25.3 cubic feet by the narrowness of the load deck. The compartment is uncommonly deep, though, and folding the rear seats opens up a good deal of space. The tiny front trunk doesn't add much space. Overall, cargo space is closer to what you get from a hatchback than a typical luxury SUV.
At some point an EV's electricity consumption will become an issue. For us, that point came with the unimpressive consumption of the Tesla Model X. But the I-Pace is even worse, and by a lot. For the size of its 90-kWh battery, 234 miles of range is merely so-so. That's because its electricity consumption rate of 44 kWh per 100 miles is a full 22 percent worse than the Model X.
The I-Pace shows itself to be modern and well-built inside. The controls have a nice heft to them, and the design hides the seams between the various parts quite well. There's a bit more piano black than we like, but that's nitpicking. The price is high relative to luxury SUVs of a similar size but not outrageous among luxury EVs. We found the HSE we tested was well-equipped for the price point.

As an EV, the I-Pace shouldn't need much in the way of maintenance. You get a 5-year/60,000-mile bumper-to-bumper and powertrain warranty (along with roadside assistance), and the battery pack is covered for 10 years and 100,000 miles (150,000 in California).
Quick? Check. Nimble? Yep. Refined? Absolutely. Has the range to go somewhere? Kind of, if you don't leg it too much. The I-Pace certainly feels like a Jaguar, but at the same time it feels like something special when you're in it.

The I-Pace surprised us. Its shape does not scream crossover SUV, and in fact it comes across as something different. It rides, handles and goes more like a sport wagon that is fun to drive and interesting to look at. We dig it.

Which I-PACE does Edmunds recommend?

There's only one powertrain on offer, so the price spread between the base and top-trim cars isn't too extreme. For that reason, we'd go straight to the HSE model. You get a full suite of driver aids, added comfort upgrades, and some excellent luxury features. We also like the optional adaptive suspension and head-up driver display.

Jaguar I-PACE models

The 2020 Jaguar I-Pace is offered in three trim levels, S, SE and HSE. All three use the same 90-kWh battery and 394-horsepower all-wheel-drive electric powertrain, with up to 234 miles of range.

The base S trim includes a good amount of standard tech, with active safety features and driver aids that include parking sensors and automated park assist. The tailgate lacks power operation, but you get a massive fixed glass roof, LED head- and taillights, and other luxury items.

Upgrading to the midlevel SE provides more luxury and technology features, including 20-inch wheels, a power liftgate and leather upholstery. On the tech front you also get adaptive cruise and blind-spot monitoring.

The range-topping HSE offers more features and an upgraded interior with more premium materials for the full luxury experience. Among other upgrades, you get ventilated front seats, an upgraded stereo, and upgrades to driver aids including a 360-degree camera display and steering assist.

Quite a few stand-alone options are offered, but the most notable are adaptive suspension and a head-up display.

Consumer reviews

Read what other owners think about the 2020 Jaguar I-PACE.

Average user rating: 4.6 stars
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4 star reviews: 5%
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1 star reviews: 10%

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Most helpful consumer reviews

5/5 stars, I LOVE I-PACE!
Richard de Forest,
HSE 4dr Hatchback AWD (electric DD)
Edmunds is dead wrong in its incorrect review regarding the regenerative braking system. In "HIGH REGEN MODE" it gives me, instant powerful braking with smooth, NON JERKY, ONE PEDAL driving. Plain and simple! Edmunds needs to correct this inaccurate aspect of its review of the 2019 I Pace EV400/ AWD vehicle. My I PACE performs perfectly and driving in ECO mode I'm averaging 224 -239-mile driving range. In updating my review of my 2019 I PACE (see above), the most important event was Jaguar increased the driving range from 237miles to 267 miles of driving range, with another increase in range to approximately 297 miles of driving range coming in the future This puts the I PACE at comparative ranges of the Tesla. The car has given NO us problems and is a dream ride! It's important to once again point out that Edmunds first (and continues to write incorrectly) that the braking was "grabby and jerky" using the recumbent braking system. The test driver had the car dialed in to the WRONG setting {LOW} instead of the HIGH setting. When correctly set in the HIGH recumbent mode the car is faultless at "One Pedal Driving". I'll probably get 100K miles before needing brakes. Still LOVE MY I PACE! The styling is unique and a mix of 'muscle' and elegance. People are constantly looking at the car and asking about it. It beats Tesla in many ways: easy to adjust settings without having to adjust Tesla's ONE SCREEN digital touch screen which is dangerous while trying to make adjustments while staring at the screen and driving (I owned one); the interior trims: leather Reco racing seats; the glass roof doesn't overheat the cab like Tesla and the handling is tighter than the Tesla on curves, etc. When the lease is up I'm going to buy out the residual and keep the car.
5/5 stars, Best EV - Best Car in its Class - Love it!
HSE 4dr Hatchback AWD (electric DD)
This vehicle is simply amazing. First, it’s stunning and sleek - lots of compliments. Second, the interior is best in class combining the right mix of hi tech gauges with Jaguar modern elegance and beautiful design with high quality metals, leather, stitching and wood. Lots of attention to detail and jewelry inside. Third, it accelerates faster, corners sharper, rides and absorbs road wrinkles like magic and is more fun than any vehicle I’ve ever owned - including about every Porsche model. Fourth, the upgraded Meridien sound system is magnificent. Fifth, the warranty is best in class. Sixth, the software upgrade did increase range. Sixth, the brake issue mentioned isn’t an issue at all so confused as to the call-out. Buy the HSE with all the options...wish I had heads-up display. Only quibbles are laggy software, lack of electric steering wheel and slow charging options. I gave it 5 stars with the highest recommendation. Smile every time I get to drive it. Subaru coined ‘Love’ for its brand...the i-Pace evokes just the same and more.
4/5 stars, Honest John. Jaguar I Pace Owner
Honest John,
HSE 4dr Hatchback AWD (electric DD)
The I-Pace is neither the least expensive nor longest range BEV SUV, but it is a marvellous sporting drive, a great touring car, and has a high quality cabin wrapped in the best looking body design in its class. The infotainment system is modern and effective, if sometimes slow to react on pre 2021 models. It is internet connected at all times, and is capable of over the air software up-dates. Early production issues such as a spongy brake pedal and software glitches have been fixed under warranty. Having driven over 81,000 km (50,000 miles) there has been only one serious service issue, being a defective 12 volt battery which was replaced under warranty. There has been no main battery range degradation since new. In the summer, 400 km (240 miles) range is feasible if driven carefully. More realistically summer range is about 350 km (200 miles) and 250 km (150 miles) in extreme cold (-25 degrees Celsius or 13 degrees Fahrenheit). Home charging overnight looks after 90% of my "refuelling" for a nominal cost. Commercial charging has proven to be reasonably quick and available for a trip across Canada with ease. Commercial charging costs are about the same as premium gasoline for a mid sized SUV in Canada. I am so pleased with the I-Pace that I've ordered a 2021 model featuring numerous software up-grades, my 13th new Jaguar since 1992. One thing is for sure - I will never go back to a gasoline or diesel powered vehicle.
5/5 stars, We LOVE our Jaguar ii-pace!
HSE 4dr Hatchback AWD (electric DD)
First, let me say I agree with Mr. de Forest's comments. I have no idea how Edmunds could have concluded that the regenerative braking would not allow the vehicle to come to a complete stop or to provide effective regenerative braking. Inexplicable. Most of Edmunds ratings are reasonably close to being accurate but the Overall Performance (particularly when considering acceleration, ride comfort, handling and interior/exterior quality) is significantly low). I also find it most interesting and disappointing that the article covering electric cars (crossovers?) didn't even list the i-pace. I.e. If I hadn't clicked on More Cars I would have had no idea Edmunds had ever tested and evaluated this fine vehicle. A rather strange exclusion.

2020 Jaguar I-PACE video

[MUSIC PLAYING] CARLOS LAGO: That right there is Jaguar's first electric vehicle. It's called the I-PACE. And with a starting price of around $70,000, it's going to have some tough competition from a little company in California called Tesla. But with nearly 400 horsepower and over 500 pound feet of torque, this I-PACE could be a very exciting car to drive. We've come to Portugal to find out just how exciting. Let's take a quick look at the exterior of the I-PACE What I like about this from the outset is that it's an attractive EV. For the longest time, automakers keep thinking that electric vehicles have to look like nerd mobiles. Fortunately, this doesn't look striking. It looks good but also looks indifferent. Crucial to that is these 22-inch wheels. These are optional, and they're super tall, although they may not look like it, given how large these wheel wells are. They're skinny too. And that's going to help a little bit with efficiency. But pay attention to the carbon fiber inserts in the metal here. And that's to reinforce the sportiness that Jaguar likes to imbue in all of its vehicles. When it comes to the overall size and proportion of the I-PACE, it's similar to that of a compact luxury SUV, not unlike the F-PACE. It's a little bit different though. It's shorter in height and a wider, even though it's the same length as those kind of vehicles. And that helps it give it a sportier look. Also too, the wheels are pushed further to the edges of the vehicle, because they can do that when you don't have to worry about where you're placing a gasoline engine. At the floor is a 90 kilowatt-hour battery pack that feeds two electric motors. One between the front wheels, and the other on the rear. That makes the eyepiece all-wheel drive, though, there's no mechanical connection between the two axles. One of the things that's hard to answer is whether this is a car or an SUV. It's kind of a mixture of both design elements. And that helps it with some functionality, although you can't expect to tow a boat with it either. Doesn't really matter though. It hasn't for the Tesla Model X, which is kind of between an SUV and a minivan. And that thing's enjoyed plenty of success. What matters, though, is how this drives. Behind the wheel of the I-PACE, first impressions are strong. Like many electric vehicles, as soon as you dig into that accelerator, and you feel a satisfying amount of power. And that's because this thing has over 500-pound feet of torque that arrives instantaneously the moment you touch the accelerator. We have to call it an accelerator because it's no longer a gas pedal. But when you have a bit of opening in the road, you can squeeze into it immediately. You have very, very strong power that always feels good. But that's a typical feature of electric vehicles. When you come off the go pedal, you get to a really aggressive regenerative braking. That's when the motors are recuperating energy. You can adjust how much they do that. And in its most aggressive setting, you can almost drive the I-PACE with one pedal and only use the brake pedal when you really need to stop quickly. That feels good. Jaguar's claiming a 0 to 60 time in 4 and 1/2 seconds. It would be faster if this thing didn't weigh so much. We're talking about 4,800 pounds with the base car. With this option with a 22-inch wheels and a couple other luxury features, I'm betting it's going weigh closer to 5,000 pounds. That's a lot of weight for a sporty vehicle, though that's less than the larger but similarly-priced Tesla Model X. But it's also what you have to have if you need the range this thing offers. Speaking of, you get about 240 miles on a full charge. And that's good enough and comparable with modern EVs you'll see elsewhere in the market. A full charge will take about 13 hours-- something you'd want to do overnight. But as we're learning with EVs, you typically only charge about 80, 90%. So if you recharge only to about 80%, Jaguar's claiming, that's going to take closer to 10 hours. If you have access to a DC fast charger, that 80% fill can take less than an hour and a half. What I like about this is despite it being as heavy as it is and despite riding on 22-inch wheels, the steering feels very good. It's nice and tight-- no not maybe, in terms of feel, but in terms of accuracy. I feel like I can easily guide this vehicle down the road. The ride quality is kind of what you'd expect, given the weight and the tire size. You feel the bumps, and this is intended to be a sportier vehicle. So it's going to react a bit more firmly to road impressions. So the return is a general sportier feeling that's satisfying and what Jaguar's aiming to get out of the car. Visibility is generally pretty strong, with the exception of the rear window, which is small and steeply raked. And with the head rest up, it can impinge on your view a little bit. But generally the side view mirrors and the side glass and the front windshield-- it's easy to see out of. The dash extends seemingly quite a bit ahead of you. So it can make trying to gauge where the front of the car is. It takes a little bit of time to learn it. You have a ton of headroom in this vehicle. The roof is surprisingly high up. And that's the result of this car's SUV style design and proportions. A lot of headroom-- good amount of shoulder and leg room. And that same goes for the back seat. So this should feel comfortable for a family around town. And for me, I have a head up display that tells me my speed. I have a digital gauge cluster that's pretty easy to read. And I've got two screens here to control entertainment navigation and seat controls and climate control as well. There's still some physical controls which make operating the vehicle easy. But when it comes to the touch sensitive stuff, like adjusting some of the features on this lower third screen, it can be a little frustrating to kind of take your eyes off the road and try to adjust those while you're driving. Similar to the entertainment system, though, it's powerful and carries a lot of features, it can be a little slow. I'm not sure if that's the result of processing power, or the fact that they want to show off the pretty graphics as the screen transitions from one screen to the next. The seats themselves are comfortable and supportive. I feel like I'm could sit in this and drive this for as long as the range will let me go. But I think I'd have a pretty good time too. Once you realize that they're driving a number of electric vehicles, and even powerful ones like this and various Tesla's, is that they all drive similarly when you talk about how they accelerate and how they break. Gasoline engines have so much personality in the way they sound and in the way they deliver power and the vibrations they make through the vehicle that when you don't have it, you realize how much of an impact they had on the driving experience. Jaguars trying to deliver a similar experience. They have an active sound generator that when you put in its most dynamic setting, it will actually give you a little bit of fake engine noise. Let's turn it on right now. When I switched over to that dynamic and roll on the go pedal, you'll hear what sounds like a mixture of a gasoline engine and something else that's kind of spaceshipy. Let's do it right now. [ENGINE SOUNDS] It's an interesting sound. There's some low-end thrum-- some low frequency thrum that's like a four-cylinder or-- more like a four-cylinder than not and also is high-frequency pitch. That's interesting. A lot of the stuff there is fake. It's generated through sound designs from the stereo. But it does attempt to give some personality to an otherwise, powerful, just another powerful EV. I like the idea. And the sound is just modest enough-- just minor enough where it's not overbearing. It's not obnoxious. It's not obvious to most people that it's fake, I would imagine. If you know what you're looking for, if you're driving, you could tell. But when you roll it back to calm, how Jaguar describes it, and you just cruise along, you do hear a bit of noise from the electric motors-- some of that high-pitched chatter that isn't too unlike what you would hear from the Jetsons' car. The driving sensation's just like an all-wheel drive car that can accelerate very quickly. When you find some corners, you know, this thing is not a sports car. It's not going to behave like one. But it does have a certain enthusiasm that feels nice. That driving enthusiasm-- the enjoyable acceleration and handling-- is exactly what you'd expect from a Jaguar, regardless of whether it's electric or not. And that may be the I-PACE's biggest success that it still represents the history and relevance of its brand while bringing it to the future. Like the Tesla's before it, the I-PACE is yet another step in a paradigm shift for the automotive landscape at large but for Jaguar too. We'll, of course, have to one in the United States and drive it on our roads and do our intermittent testing to give a full analysis. But the outset, it looks like Jaguar's been very clever, delivering a very strong, stylish, and standout luxury EV. If you like what you saw, keep it tuned right here and be sure to visit Edmunds.com. [MUSIC PLAYING]

2019 Jaguar I-PACE First Drive

NOTE: This video is about the 2019 Jaguar I-PACE, but since the 2020 Jaguar I-PACE is part of the same generation, our earlier analysis still applies.

Features & Specs

Battery & Range
EPA KWh/100 mi.: 44.0
Time To Charge Battery (At 240V): 13.0 hr.
EPA Electricity Range: 234 mi.
5 seats
Type: all wheel drive
Transmission: 1-speed direct drive
Basic Warranty
5 yr./ 60000 mi.
Length: 184.3 in. / Height: 61.3 in. / Width: 79.2 in.
Curb Weight: 4784 lbs.
Cargo Capacity, All Seats In Place: 25.3 cu.ft.
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Our experts’ favorite I-PACE safety features:

External Sound System
Notifies pedestrians of your presence at low speeds by playing an alert sound.
Adaptive Cruise Control with Steering Assist
Automatically maintains pace with traffic and centers the vehicle in its lane. All you have to do is keep your hands on the wheel.
Park Assist
Makes parallel and perpendicular parking easier by steering for you.

Jaguar I-Pace vs. the competition

2020 Jaguar I-Pace

2020 Jaguar I-Pace

2019 Tesla Model 3

2019 Tesla Model 3

Jaguar I-Pace vs. Tesla Model 3

The Model 3 is Tesla's most affordable model. This sedan provides excellent driving dynamics, lots of range, plenty of power, and an avant-garde interior. Overall, we like the Model 3, although Tesla's choice to move almost all vehicle controls into the touchscreen leads to a distracting and occasionally frustrating experience. If you're looking for a smaller and less expensive EV than the I-Pace, the Model 3 isn't a bad choice.

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Jaguar I-Pace vs. Audi E-Tron

The e-tron is Audi's new EV family SUV. It offers roomy seating for five, a big trunk, and all of Audi's latest tech. It also has a trick battery cooling system that combats range loss in cold climates, and it boasts an incredibly fast-charging battery. It's not quite as sporty as the I-Pace, and it definitely looks more like a regular SUV, but that might be a strength for some shoppers.

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Jaguar I-Pace vs. Tesla Model S

The original Tesla sedan is still our favorite Tesla. It's comfortable and it provides an impressive mix of both powerful and efficiency. This large sedan offers fantastic range and, depending on trim, mind-melting acceleration. Just be warned, all of this extra power and range comes with a steep price tag.

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Is the Jaguar I-PACE a good car?

The Edmunds experts tested the 2020 I-PACE both on the road and at the track, giving it a 7.9 out of 10. You probably care about Jaguar I-PACE energy consumption, so it's important to know that the I-PACE gets an EPA-estimated 76 mpg-e. What about cargo capacity? When you're thinking about carrying stuff in your new car, keep in mind that the I-PACE has 25.3 cubic feet of trunk space. And then there's safety and reliability. Edmunds has all the latest NHTSA and IIHS crash-test scores, plus industry-leading expert and consumer reviews to help you understand what it's like to own and maintain a Jaguar I-PACE. Learn more

What's new in the 2020 Jaguar I-PACE?

According to Edmunds’ car experts, here’s what’s new for the 2020 Jaguar I-PACE:

  • The 2020 Jaguar I-Pace is unchanged
  • Part of the first I-Pace generation introduced for 2019
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Is the Jaguar I-PACE reliable?

To determine whether the Jaguar I-PACE is reliable, read Edmunds' authentic consumer reviews, which come from real owners and reveal what it's like to live with the I-PACE. Look for specific complaints that keep popping up in the reviews, and be sure to compare the I-PACE's average consumer rating to that of competing vehicles. Learn more

Is the 2020 Jaguar I-PACE a good car?

There's a lot to consider if you're wondering whether the 2020 Jaguar I-PACE is a good car. Edmunds' expert testing team reviewed the 2020 I-PACE and gave it a 7.9 out of 10. Safety scores, fuel economy, cargo capacity and feature availability should all be factors in determining whether the 2020 I-PACE is a good car for you. Learn more

How much should I pay for a 2020 Jaguar I-PACE?

The least-expensive 2020 Jaguar I-PACE is the 2020 Jaguar I-PACE S 4dr Hatchback AWD (electric DD). Including destination charge, it arrives with a Manufacturer's Suggested Retail Price (MSRP) of about $69,850.

Other versions include:

  • HSE 4dr Hatchback AWD (electric DD) which starts at $80,900
  • SE 4dr Hatchback AWD (electric DD) which starts at $76,250
  • S 4dr Hatchback AWD (electric DD) which starts at $69,850
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What are the different models of Jaguar I-PACE?

If you're interested in the Jaguar I-PACE, the next question is, which I-PACE model is right for you? I-PACE variants include HSE 4dr Hatchback AWD (electric DD), SE 4dr Hatchback AWD (electric DD), and S 4dr Hatchback AWD (electric DD). For a full list of I-PACE models, check out Edmunds’ Features & Specs page. Learn more

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2020 Jaguar I-PACE Overview

The 2020 Jaguar I-PACE is offered in the following submodels: I-PACE Hatchback. Available styles include HSE 4dr Hatchback AWD (electric DD), SE 4dr Hatchback AWD (electric DD), and S 4dr Hatchback AWD (electric DD).

What do people think of the 2020 Jaguar I-PACE?

Consumer ratings and reviews are also available for the 2020 Jaguar I-PACE and all its trim types. Overall, Edmunds users rate the 2020 I-PACE 4.6 on a scale of 1 to 5 stars. Edmunds consumer reviews allow users to sift through aggregated consumer reviews to understand what other drivers are saying about any vehicle in our database. Detailed rating breakdowns (including performance, comfort, value, interior, exterior design, build quality, and reliability) are available as well to provide shoppers with a comprehensive understanding of why customers like the 2020 I-PACE.

Edmunds Expert Reviews

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What's a good price for a New 2020 Jaguar I-PACE?

2020 Jaguar I-PACE S 4dr Hatchback AWD (electric DD)

The 2020 Jaguar I-PACE S 4dr Hatchback AWD (electric DD) can be purchased for less than the Manufacturer’s Suggested Retail Price (aka MSRP) of $79,651. The average price paid for a new 2020 Jaguar I-PACE S 4dr Hatchback AWD (electric DD) is trending $15,690 below the manufacturer’s MSRP.

Edmunds members save an average of $15,690 by getting upfront special offers. The estimated special offer price in your area is $63,961.

The average savings for the 2020 Jaguar I-PACE S 4dr Hatchback AWD (electric DD) is 19.7% below the MSRP.

Available Inventory:

We are showing 3 2020 Jaguar I-PACE S 4dr Hatchback AWD (electric DD) vehicle(s) available in the in the Ashburn area.

2020 Jaguar I-PACE SE 4dr Hatchback AWD (electric DD)

The 2020 Jaguar I-PACE SE 4dr Hatchback AWD (electric DD) can be purchased for less than the Manufacturer’s Suggested Retail Price (aka MSRP) of $82,331. The average price paid for a new 2020 Jaguar I-PACE SE 4dr Hatchback AWD (electric DD) is trending $15,987 below the manufacturer’s MSRP.

Edmunds members save an average of $15,987 by getting upfront special offers. The estimated special offer price in your area is $66,344.

The average savings for the 2020 Jaguar I-PACE SE 4dr Hatchback AWD (electric DD) is 19.4% below the MSRP.

Available Inventory:

We are showing 3 2020 Jaguar I-PACE SE 4dr Hatchback AWD (electric DD) vehicle(s) available in the in the Ashburn area.

2020 Jaguar I-PACE HSE 4dr Hatchback AWD (electric DD)

The 2020 Jaguar I-PACE HSE 4dr Hatchback AWD (electric DD) can be purchased for less than the Manufacturer’s Suggested Retail Price (aka MSRP) of $87,810. The average price paid for a new 2020 Jaguar I-PACE HSE 4dr Hatchback AWD (electric DD) is trending $15,771 below the manufacturer’s MSRP.

Edmunds members save an average of $15,771 by getting upfront special offers. The estimated special offer price in your area is $72,039.

The average savings for the 2020 Jaguar I-PACE HSE 4dr Hatchback AWD (electric DD) is 18% below the MSRP.

Which 2020 Jaguar I-PACES are available in my area?

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Should I lease or buy a 2020 Jaguar I-PACE?

Is it better to lease or buy a car? Ask most people and they'll probably tell you that car buying is the way to go. And from a financial perspective, it's true, provided you're willing to make higher monthly payments, pay off the loan in full and keep the car for a few years. Leasing, on the other hand, can be a less expensive option on a month-to-month basis. It's also good if you're someone who likes to drive a new car every three years or so.

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