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Car Review

Jaguar E-Pace review

£28,815 - £50,185
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Published: 09 Jun 2021
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Buying

What should I be paying?

Which E-Pace is cheapest to run will depend on what you're using it for... and who's picking up the bill. For company car users, the P300e is likely to be a no-brainer, thanks to official claims of 44g/km and 143mpg.

We found that it's good for 25 miles of real-world EV-only range, versus a claim of 34 miles. At £46,000 it's the most expensive E-Pace to buy outright, but if you're an urban commuter with the means to charge overnight, the P300e makes a strong case for itself. Mind you, Volvo's XC40 PHEV is plenty cheaper than the E-Pace.

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The E-Pace's price spread stretches from £32,000-£47,000, though on finance it tends to come off second-best against the Audis and BMWs of this segment.

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