5 reasons: Jaguar F Pace



Although being available since early 2016 the Jaguar F Pace is still a fresh face in the luxury SUV market. Now that the prestigious Jaguar brand finally have an SUV in their ranks weíve listed 5 reasons why you might want to consider one.



1. Beautiful design
From just about every angle the F Pace has a truly beautiful design. Itís inspired by the Jaguar F Type and you can see that this is where it gets its aggressiveness from. From the standard LED running lights to the standard 18 inch wheels, this car really does exude strength and power.

2. Exquisite interior
All the fine details of a Jaguar cabin are very well crafted but the whole feel inside, whether itís the technology from Jaguarís infotainment system or the sound from the 11 speaker Meridian sound system, just ties together really nicely.

3. Practicality
The Jaguar F Pace differs from other luxury SUVs in the fact that it can actually go off-road. This car is versatile in so many ways and with standard all-wheel drive you just canít go wrong. If youíre packing up for a road trip then youíll even find a ďbest in classĒ boot behind the rear seats.

4. Attractive price
Getting into the luxury SUV market certainly isnít cheap. However, Jaguar has a much different take on this in that the starting price for the F Pace is just £34,000. This is an attractive place to start especially when comparing it to other cars in its class.

5. Sports car feel
The F Paceís top two engines produce either a 340 bhp or 380 bhp. Both come from a 3.0 supercharged V6 which essentially gives you the power of a top sports car. Jaguar also offers a 180 bhp diesel engine that has a remarkable 318 lb-ft of torque.

In conclusion the Jaguar F Pace is practical, beautiful and affordable. If youíre ready to dip into the luxury SUV market then you should definitely consider a Jaguar F Pace. Take a look today with DesperateSeller.co.uk.


Date: 17/04/2017
   
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