How Much Does the Jaguar F-Pace Cost

The F-Pace has a base price of $45,200, which is above average 

for a luxury compact SUV. The F-Pace Checkered Flag is a new 

mid range trim that starts at $58,400. The range-topping F-Pace 

SVR starts at $80,600.

Jaguar F-Pace Interior

How Many People Does the F-Pace Seat?

The F-Pace seats five people in two rows. The comfortable cabin 

offers supportive seats and more head- and legroom than most 

luxury compact SUVs offer. On the downside, thick roof pillars 

can inhibit rearward visibility, and climbing in and out of the 

vehicle can be difficult for taller people who will need to duck to 

avoid bumping their heads on the door sill.

F-Pace and Car Seats

The F-Pace has two full sets of rear-seat LATCH connectors for 

the rear outboard seats and an additional tether anchor for the rear 

middle seat.

F-Pace Interior Quality

Most rivals’ cabin materials are a cut above those used in the F-

Pace. While this Jaguar’s cabin looks good, you’ll notice that some 

surfaces are covered in downscale materials that don’t meet the 

ritzy standards set by competing brands like Mercedes-Benz.

F-Pace Cargo Space

This spacious Jaguar can cart more goods than most of its 

competitors. It has 33.5 cubic feet of space behind the rear seats 

and 63.5 cubic feet when you lower the second row. These figures 

are well above average for the segment. Additionally, the rear seats 

are easy to fold flat, so you can use every inch of your available 

cargo space. Be aware that if you opt for the available full-size 

spare tire, you’ll lose some of that cargo space.

F-Pace Infotainment, Bluetooth, and Navigation

Standard features include a panoramic roof and an infotainment 

system with a 10-inch touch screen, Bluetooth, an 11-speaker 

Meridian audio system, HD Radio, Apple Car Play, and Android 

Auto. Available features include a navigation system, a 17-speaker 

Meridian audio system, satellite radio, a WiFi hot spot, Jaguar’s In 

Control App Suite, and an activity key, which is a waterproof 

wristband that you can use to access your vehicle.

The infotainment system has a sleek design and intuitive menus, 

but it doesn’t always perform as expected or respond to inputs 

immediately. Luckily, Jaguar makes Apple Car Play and Android 

Auto standard for 2020. With these two systems you can connect 

your smartphone to the F-Pace, allowing you to access apps from 

your phone on the SUV's touch screen.

F-Pace Performance

F-Pace Engine: Take Your Pick

The F-Pace has four engine options that range from modest to 

muscular. The base engine is a 247-horsepower turbocharged four-

cylinder, and it provides enough punch to get the job done both in 

town and on the highway. Those seeking a more spirited driving 

experience, however, will prefer one of the three available engines. 

A more-potent version of the turbo-four delivers 296 horsepower. 

A 380-horsepower V6 and a 550-horsepower V8 (which only 

comes in the F-Pace SVR trim) elevate the F-Pace’s acceleration to 

sports-car-like levels.

F-Pace Gas Mileage: Par for the Class

With the turbo-four engines, the F-Pace earns an estimated 22 mpg 

in the city and 27 mpg on the highway, which are average figures 

for the class. Numbers drop to 18 mpg in the city and 23 mpg on 

the highway with the V6 engine, while V8-powered models return 

an even lower 16/21 mpg city/highway.

F-Pace Ride and Handling: Sporty but Stiff

Few competitors offer the thrills that the F-Pace delivers. Precise 

steering, nimble cornering, and excellent stability make this SUV a 

joy to drive. However, its firmer suspension makes it less ideal for 

those who prefer a plush ride.

F-Pace Reliability

Is the Jaguar F-Pace Reliable?

The 2020 F-Pace does not yet have a predicted reliability rating 

from J.D. Power.

Jaguar F-Pace Warranty

The Jaguar F-Pace comes with a five-year/60,000-mile warranty.

F-Pace Safety

F-Pace Crash Test Results

Neither the Insurance Institute for Highway Safety nor the 

National Highway Traffic Safety Administration has crash tested 

the 2020 F-Pace.

F-Pace Safety Features

Standard driver assistance features include a rear view camera, 

front and rear parking sensors, low-speed automatic emergency 

braking, driver drowsiness monitoring, lane keep assist, and rain-

sensing windshield wipers.

Available safety features include a head-up display, high-speed 

automatic emergency braking, adaptive cruise control, blind spot 

monitoring, a 360-degree parking camera system, rear cross traffic 

alert, parallel and perpendicular park assist, and traffic sign 

recognition with an adaptive speed limiter, which, when activated, 

work together to keep you from driving over the appropriate speed.

F-Pace Dimensions and Weight

The 2020 F-Pace is about 15.5 feet long. Its curb weight ranges 

from 3,870 to 4,395 pounds. Its gross weight is between 5,420 and 

5,620 pounds.

Where Is the Jaguar F-Pace built

Jaguar builds the F-Pace in the United Kingdom.

Which Jaguar F-Pace Model Is Right for Me

With four available engines and nine trims, choosing the right F-

Pace model can be tricky. The base model comes pretty well-

equipped, but it’s not available with any of the stronger engines. 

Upper trims have the more-powerful engines, but most don’t add 

many tech, comfort, or safety features.

We recommend the F-Pace Prestige. It has a great combination of 

safety features, seating amenities, and tech upgrades. These 

include power-adjustable and heated front seats, as well as a WiFi 

hot spot. The F-Pace Prestige comes with the standard turbo-four 

engine, but you can upgrade to the 296-horsepower turbo-four.

Performance junkies should start with the 300 Sport trim, which 

comes with the 296-horsepower turbo-four. The F-Pace S comes 

with a 380-horsepower supercharged V6 and adds some ride-

enhancing features like an adaptive suspension. For maximum 

engine power, choose the F-Pace SVR, which has a brawny V8.

Jaguar F-Pace

The base F-Pace starts at $45,200, and it comes with a 247-

horsepower turbo-four engine. Standard features include remote 

start, a sliding panoramic roof, dual-zone automatic climate 

control, synthetic leather upholstery, and an infotainment system 

with a 10-inch touch screen, Bluetooth, an 11-speaker Meridian 

audio system, HD Radio, Apple Car Play, and Android Auto.

Standard driver assistance features include rain-sensing windshield 

wipers, a rear view camera, front and rear parking sensors, low-

speed automatic emergency braking, driver drowsiness monitoring, 

and lane keep assist.

Jaguar F-Pace Premium

The F-Pace Premium has a starting price of $47,800. In addition to 

the base trim's features, the Premium comes with a garage door 

opener, 19-inch wheels, eight-way power-adjustable front seats 

with four-way electric lumbar support, and heated side view 

mirrors with auto-dimming and power-folding capabilities. For an 

extra $3,000, you can upgrade to the 296-horsepower turbocharged 

four-cylinder engine.

Jaguar F-Pace Prestige

The F-Pace Prestige starts at $52,200. It comes with genuine 

leather upholstery, a heated steering wheel, 10-way power-

adjustable and heated front seats, xenon LED headlights, a WiFi 

hot spot, and a navigation system. As with the Premium trim, the 

Prestige is available with the 296-horsepower turbo-four an 

additional $3,000.

Jaguar F-Pace R-Sport

The F-Pace R-Sport has a starting price of $56,500 and comes with 

20-inch wheels, satellite radio, 16-way power-adjustable front 

sport seats, directionally adaptive headlights, R-Sport branding, 

and distinctive design elements. It’s available with the same power 

trains as the Premium and Prestige trims.

Jaguar F-Pace Checkered Flag

The F-Pace Checkered Flag is the first of two limited edition trims 

introduced for 2020. It’s powered by the base engine and has a 

starting price of $58,400. This trim is based on the R-Sport model, 

and it features distinctive exterior styling. It also adds a second 

driver’s display gauge, but it doesn’t have any other noteworthy 


Jaguar F-Pace 300 Sport

The F-Pace 300 Sport is the second new limited edition trim for 

the 2020 model year. It comes with most of the Checkered Flag 

trim’s features, as well as the upgraded 296-horsepower turbo-four 


Jaguar F-Pace S

The F-Pace S has a starting price of $62,100. The S features a 380-

horsepower supercharged 3.0-liter V6 engine. It also comes with 

red brake calipers, an adaptive suspension, and S-branding on the 

steering wheel, front seats, and elsewhere.

Jaguar F-Pace Portfolio

The F-Pace Portfolio starts at $63,600 and is powered by the 296-

horsepower engine. Standard features include a 17-speaker 

Meridian audio system, a head-up display, ventilated front bucket 

seats, heated and reclining rear seats, four-zone climate control, a 

cooled glove box, and a hands-free lift gate.

Jaguar F-Pace SVR

The high-performance F-Pace SVR starts at $80,600. It comes 

with a 550-horsepower supercharged V8 engine. The SVR also has 

21-inch wheels and several distinctive styling touches.

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