The Jaguar F-Pace is a big leap for the big cat to make yet it has done so with all of the usual flair that one expects from Jaguar, a deep rooted British manufacturer that has always married luxury with power, sportiness and good looks. Their first SUV retains all of these within a package that, although large and spacious, can be enjoyed when driven hard with plenty of power and almost sports car like handling along with the usual levels of luxury for all those aboard
The flowing exterior lines cleverly mask its SUV proportions whilst the bonnets power bulges and large, purposeful grill hint at this car being no ordinary SUV. Indeed it isn’t, the smooth power delivery coupled with electronically controlled suspension and four wheel drive make it a real drivers car. Indeed the driver may well need to be reminded that they have a family and their luggage aboard as their commanding and glove like driving position, aided by multiple technical devices and systems will make them feel they are in a sports car.
The driver doesn’t enjoy all the fun and the contemporary interior crafted from the finest materials finished with the usual outstanding Jaguar craftsmanship has plenty of room for five with a huge luggage space and hi-tech comfort aids that even included full glass panoramic glass roof for everyone to enjoy the scenery.
The F-Pace really stands out from the crowd and from a clean sheet of paper Jaguar has developed a new class of luxury Jag that deserves to wear the coveted and respected leaping cat logo.
You can hire this worthy Dream Collection member for a very reasonable daily rate that, when compared to a purchase price of over £50,000 makes a lot great of sense especially if your only need a large SUV on the odd occasion.
As you would expect the Jaguar F-Pace S comes with a high specification such as 10-way electric front seats, Meridian™ sound system, keyless entry, Xenon headlights with LED 'J' Blade Daytime Running Lights to name just a few.
Facts about Jaguar
Sir William Lyons founded Jaguar cars with the intention of producing pure luxury. When he revealed the first Jaguar to the public, he asked launch attendees to guess the price. The average of all guesses was £632. Sir Lyons then, to the amazement of all considering the high levels of luxury, revealed the true cost to be £385, almost half the expected cost. Years later at the launch of the now legendary E Type the price of the car again shocked everyone as it was around half that of less pretty rivals from Italy.
Steve McQueen bought one of just 16 XKSS models. The car earned him two driving bans, and to protect his driving record he reluctantly, after 10 years ownership, sold it. Indeed so reluctant was he that he soon bought it back, keeping the rare Jaguar until he died.
The Swallow Sidecar Company from 1922, made sidecars for motorbikes before they forayed into the production of automobiles and after World War Two renamed the company Jaguar.