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The E-Pace is a stylish and nimble small SUV powered by a 2.0-liter turbo four-cylinder engine, mated to a nine-speed automatic and all-wheel drive. Power delivery is uneven: It's either lethargic or inordinately gushing.
Fuel economy of 21 mpg overall is abysmal. Handling is agile, with sharp steering, making the little Jag fun to drive. The ride, however, is stiff and nervous. The controls are cumbersome but manageable, and the touch-screen infotainment system has been updated with Jaguar's latest Pivi Pro system. Android Auto and Apple CarPlay compatibility is standard. Visibility is wanting. Interior ambience is too ordinary and not befitting a car in this class. FCW and AEB are standard, while BSW is standard on all but the base trim.
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2018-2020
2018 Redesign Year
The small E-Pace is stylish and nimble. All versions are powered by a 2.0-liter turbo four-cylinder engine, mated to a nine-speed automatic transmission and all-wheel drive.
Power delivery is uneven, that is, either lethargic or overly gushing. Fuel economy of 21 mpg overall is not stellar. Handling is agile with sharp steering, making the little Jag fun to drive. The ride, however, is stiff and nervous. Controls, including the touch-screen infotainment system are a bit cumbersome but manageable. Visibility is wanting. Interior ambience is too ordinary and not befitting a car in this class. Forward-collision warning, low-speed automatic emergency braking, and lane-keeping assist come standard. Driver assist features, such as adaptive cruise control, and blind-spot warning, are optional.
$39,375 - $52,425
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$32,700 - $43,725
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$28,525 - $40,100
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