Used 2017 JaguarF-PACE 35t Prestige

  • VIN: SADCK2BV8HA885456
  • Stock: P85456
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Location Details
    Odometer
    41,214 miles
    Fuel Economy
    18.0/23.0 mpg City/Hwy
    Exterior Color
    Other
    Interior Color
    Other
    Jaguar F-PACE
    • Carfax One Owner

    Detailed Specifications

    • Max seating capacity: 5
    • Fuel tank capacity: 16
    • Horsepower: 340

    Dealer Notes

    Check out this 2017!

    It'll satisfy drivers and passengers seeking the ultimate in comfort and refinement. With just over 40,000 miles on the odometer, this 4 door sport utility vehicle prioritizes comfort, safety and convenience. Jaguar prioritized practicality, efficiency, and style by including: a rear window wiper, power front seats, and much more. Smooth gearshifts are achieved thanks to the 3 liter 6 cylinder engine, and for added security, dynamic Stability Control supplements the drivetrain. All wheel drive keeps this model firmly attached to the road surface.

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    KBB.com Consumer Reviews

    Kelley Blue Book - KBB.com
    Overall4.7Out of 5
    • Living the Dream

      By Joe M on Monday, June 19, 2017

      5.0
      I still wake up and just drive around to drive around. I cant tell you the looks and compliments this car gets. This is a World Class automobile with style class and history. It performs like a sports car, and handles like a dream. Everyone has a car. Not everyone has a Jaguar. 5yr 60 mile warranty and maintenance. hard to beat.
    • An SUV that drives like a sports car

      By Reggie Dunlop on Thursday, February 27, 2020

      5.0
      I still can't believe this is an SUV with 8+ inches of ground clearance. The handling is incredible, better than many higher-end European sport sedans, rivaling my last Corvette. You have to drive an 'R-sport' or 'S' to really appreciate just how well this thing handles, and the ride is incredibly compliant as well. The interior has some hard plastics in less noticeable areas ( hence my 4 star quality score above), the overall feel and impression of the cabin is of stylish high quality. The Meridian sound system is fantastic, with crisp and tight sound, but it won't knock you off your derrier with how loud it can go. The seats, while firm, adjust every which way and have heat and venting ( which works better than on any of my other cars). The HVAC system is effective year round, and it is easy to adjust the settings for the infotainment system as well. We opted for the R sport, which means the 4 cyl engine, and while it's not a rocket ship, it's plenty fast at all speeds, and has a ton of torque off the line (almost diesel like). We get about 23 all around in the car, and that's mostly commuting and getting 'on it' on the back roads on the weekends (Western Mass, Berkshire county roads are great driving roads). The adaptive cruise and lane keep are effective but not intrusive. We get about 27-30mpg on the highway. We tested the X3 40 ( the bigger engine model), which was beyond disappointing, the RDX, Levante, XT4 ( it actually impressed me a lot, but I came in with low expectations- but the interior was probably the best in terms of ergonomics and ease of use), and Stelvio- which was about equal to the F pace in terms of sublime handling and ride, but the interior ergonomics were really wonky, and no ventilated seats were available, and it was slightly smaller, and lastly the Cayenne, which was also nice, but something about it didn't seem to click for us. We came from a GLS450, and decided the new ML series ( we wanted 2 rows only), which was the other finalist for us, didn't have the same driving experience, although it was pretty good. In about 5 months we have not had an issue ( can't say that for the Ascent Touring we also purchased new last year) with anything on the car. It's not an inexpensive car, but if you want a sublime driving experience, beautiful styling, a relatively large interior for the segment, and a significant amount of standard safety and tech, the F pace is a great choice. Yes, it comes at a modest premium over some of the competition, but for us it was well worth it. Another nice secondary positive is that you won't see one on every corner. If all you care for is an appliance to mindlessly take you from point A to B, buy something else. Anyone who is considering an X3, Macan/Cayenne, or other performance SUV, would do well to test drive an F-pace.
    • A true 'sport' suv

      By Cawr on Sunday, April 19, 2020

      5.0
      We were a little nervous purchasing a Jaguar. The jokes I received regarding reliability was endless and amusing. In 7 months we've had zero issues with the car. We have an R sport, with pretty much every option. I'll start with the drawbacks, there are a few cheaper plastic feeling trim pieces in the lower dash, and rear visibility is not as good as it could be, there aren't as many places in the center console to store things because of the rotary shifter, and the start-stop system doesn't engage at every stop. That's it. The seats are incredibly comfortable, and the heating and ventilation feature works great. There are so many adjustments everybody can find a good seating position. Heated steering wheel gets very warm quickly, which is great on a cold morning. We have the heated windshield, so scraping ice is never really an issue in bad weather. the second row is more spacious than anything we tested, which was important because our son is 6'2", and the rear seats recline a little bit so he has plenty of room. The cargo area is enormous for the class. The meridian audio system sounds fantastic, and has great mid-range and bass. Music sounds very true with this system. Visibility out the sides and front is excellent. The safety systems seem to work well, I hope to never find out about all of them. Adaptive cruise control works great . The factory navigation is one of the better ones I've used!?!, But Android / carplay is still in the most effective system, and it is very well integrated in the F pace. Regarding performance, I can't believe this is an SUV. It handles better than several dedicated sports cars and sedans I have owned. I still can't believe this thing has almost 9" of ground clearance. The ride is firm, but never stiff or punishing. When you engage the manual shifting controls the response is immediate. throttle response is good the brakes for smooth, in the steering is incredibly accurate with good feedback. This is a very, very wide SUV, wider than my gls450, but is easier to place and handles like a much smaller car. the handling is even better in the s, or svr, but you will have to deal with a much stiffer ride. We didn't want that trade off. this is a strikingly designed car, the exterior is gorgeous, and the two-tone interior is also very elegant. ergonomics are very good, although I wish you didn't have to press two buttons to adjust the heated or ventilated seats. not that you buy a car like this for economy, but we get 27 to 29 MPG on the highway, and about 22 all around- and that's with driving it like it was meant to be driven. this was the best purchase we've ever made, better than the Corvettes or European cars we have owned. So far reliability has been great, handling is phenomenal, and it has a comfortable ride. you definitely owe it to yourself to test drive one if you like driving. You don't have to give up your enthusiasm for driving when you decide to purchase an SUV..

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