Updated Jaguar F-Pace now in SA - Pricing and engine specification announced

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2021 Jaguar F-Pace
2021 Jaguar F-Pace

• Jaguar's updated F-Pace is now available in South Africa.

• The SUV is powered by two diesel and three petrol engines.

• Pricing starts at R1.1 million.

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Jaguar's updated F-Pace has made its debut in South Africa, boasting several enhancements. The updates are not just on the exterior, but flow over to the cabin and the drivetrain. Jaguar also took the time to iron out creases on the exterior design, while also reworking the bonnet and its power bulge.

Slim all-LED quad headlights with 'Double J' daytime running light signatures are standard, but Pixel LED technology is optionally available. According to Jaguar, the latter option offers increased resolution and brightness. The light pattern continues around the SUV.

The new Jaguar F-Pace range is also available with the additional Black Exterior Pack that sees some elements on the vehicle finished in Gloss Black.

Jaguar F-Pace
2021 Jaguar F-Pace

Drivetrain options

The new F-Pace line-up is powered by two diesel and three petrol engines. All powertrains are turbocharged and feature all-wheel drive and an eight-speed automatic transmission.

The two diesel options consist out of the D200 and D300 models. The D200 features a 2.0-litre four-cylinder mill with 147kW and 430Nm on offer, while the D300's 3.0-litre six-cylinder engine is good for 221kW and 700Nm.

A 2.0-litre four-cylinder P250 Ingenium engine (184kW/365Nm) serves as an entry point to the petrol range, while a new 3.0-litre in-line six-cylinder P400 boasts outputs of 294kW and 550Nm thanks to its mild-hybrid (MHEV) system.

A new 2.0-litre four-cylinder plug-in hybrid (PHEV) model produces a combined 297kW and 640Nm from its petrol engine and 105kW electric motor. The advanced electric motor is powered by a 17.1kWh lithium-ion battery and helps contribute to CO2 emissions from 49g/km and fuel economy from 2.2-litres/100km, and a 0-100km/h time of 5.3 seconds. When fully charged, the new PHEV is capable of up to 53km of all-electric driving. Jaguar says that Fast Charging (32kW DC) can deliver 0-80% charge in 30 minutes, while a domestic 7kW wall box can provide a charge of 0-80% in as little as one hour 40 minutes.

Jaguar F-Pace
2021 Jaguar F-Pace

New F-Pace pricing 

• F-Pace D200                                    R1 122 ,500

• F-Pace D300                                     R1 233 200

• F-Pace P250                                     R1 214 500

• F-Pace P400                                     R1 239 400

• F-Pace P400e                                   R1 610 100

• F-Pace D200 R-Dynamic                 R1 190 500

• F-Pace D300 R-Dynamic                  R1 301 000

• F-Pace P250 R-Dynamic                  R1 282 400

• F-Pace P400 R-Dynamic                  R1 307 300

• F-Pace P400e R-Dynamic                R1 672 700

• F-Pace D200 R-Dynamic Black        R1 176 600

• F-Pace D300 R-Dynamic Black        R1 287 100

• F-Pace P250 R-Dynamic Black        R1 268 500

All prices include VAT but exclude CO2 tax. All Jaguar vehicles come with a standard 5-year or 100 000km Jaguar Care Plan and warranty.

Jaguar F-Pace
2021 Jaguar F-Pace
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