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What is the Jaguar E-Pace?

Entry-point to this upmarket British car-builder's range is the Jaguar E-Pace; it's the baby Jag that customers are clamouring for. While the XE is a lovely car to drive, but it hasn’t delivered the goods in terms of introducing new people to the brand. The E-Pace small SUV, on the other hand, is in much stronger demand – it’s not only outselling the XE, it’s also now beating the bigger F-Pace in the sales charts.

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Challenging the Audi Q3, BMW X1 and Mercedes-Benz GLA, it’s also the sportier alternative to its sister Range Rover Evoque in JLR showrooms. Oh, and when we say baby Jag, we mean it: there’s even a cute little graphic of a jaguar and her cub on the windscreen.

At-a-glance 2019 Jaguar E-Pace specs

  • Top-speed: 120-149mph
  • 0-62mph: 6.5-10.7 seconds
  • Fuel economy: 26-42mpg
  • Emissions: 143-203g/km CO2
  • Boot space: 577-1,234 litres

Which versions of the Jaguar E-Pace are available?

Jaguar offers the E-Pace SUV in a single small five-door bodystyle. It is available in two guises, standard and R-Dynamic; this is your first decision, before picking the trim line you’d like to equip it to – basic E-Pace, S, SE or HSE.

Red 2017 Jaguar E-Pace SUV side elevation in snow

Most prefer R-Dynamic: it adds gloss black and satin chrome exterior detailing, extra body colour-coding, chrome tailpipe finishers, front foglights and, inside, a black roofliner, sport steering wheel and seats, metal pedals and automatic gearshift paddles. Engines are either four-cylinder, turbocharged 2.0-litre diesels and petrols, of various power outputs. A hybrid is not (yet) available, but given JLR is introducing PHEVs across its range

Currently, there is no high performance E-Pace, but you can create a fairly potent one yourself by mating R-Dynamic trim with the P300 petrol engine. This delivers the power of a punchy hot hatch and, with the aid of all-wheel drive, can accelerate from 0-62mph in a pacy 6.5 seconds. It has a top speed just shy of 150mph. If you want a scorchingly quick Jaguar SUV, your choice is limited to the F-Pace SVR for now.

Styling and engineering

The Jaguar E-Pace is another Ian Callum SUV success. Following on from the groundbreaking F-Pace, Jag’s first SUV, the more compact E-Pace (not to be confused with Jaguar’s electric SUV, the I-Pace) is perfectly proportioned and lives up to Callum’s description of it as a ‘cute cub’. The firm offers some punchy colours to further help it stand out, including Caldera Red, Yulong White and Caesium Blue. Borasco Grey is a modern hue, too.

White 2019 Jaguar E-Pace SUV rear three-quarter

Engineering-wise, it is derived from the older JLR steel architecture also used by the first-generation Evoque and Land Rover Discovery Sport; it is not aluminium-intensive like other Jags. Inside, it is, by Jaguar standards, modern and distinctive – arguably more so than the older F-Pace. The shape of the dashboard is sportier and more distinctive (the references to the F-Type sports car are obvious) and materials quality is higher than some other Jags. Rear-seat space isn’t bad either. Some rivals are bigger but it’s still reasonably accommodating, and the 577-litre boot is a good size. This extends to 1,234 litres with the seats folded (and maximum boot width of 1.3 metres is pushchair-friendly).

How does it drive?

Our earlier description of the Jaguar E-Pace as a wannabe hot hatch is fitting, because that’s exactly how it drives. The emphasis is weighted towards sporty prowess through the corners rather than cushioned comfort on the straights. It’s a firmly suspended car with a taut feel that will pick out city centre lumps and bumps. It’s not excessively crashy or uncomfortable, just on the sporty side of focused – but grin-inducing lack of roll when you chuck it about may, for many, compensate. Besides, JLR dealers have the new Evoque for those who want comfort.

Black 2017 Jaguar E-Pace SUV interior

No matter if you choose petrol or diesel, all the engines are a bit on the vocal side, albeit smooth enough. The nine-speed automatic that’s standard on most variants is also fussy, rarely seeming to settle on a choice of gear. It’s preferable to the standard manual, but it really should be better.

How much does the Jaguar E-Pace cost?

The Jaguar E-Pace has a headline-grabbing entry-level price from under £30,000. Of course, that’s not the car you’ll want to buy; add on R-Dynamic trim, a more powerful D180 engine instead of the base D150, all-wheel drive and the automatic transmission, and the price rises to a smidge over £35,000.

When you start moving up through the model grades, prices quickly leap up - fancy that all-singing, all-dancing R-Dynamic HSE P300? Dn't expect much change from £50k.

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