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Willis Kuelthau
Automotive Editor - September 26, 2018


Jaguar cars are historically about athleticism and style, attributes that don’t always lend themselves to the world of SUVs. The 2019 Jaguar F-Pace continues to buck the trend, and a new high-performance version completes the range.

What's New for 2019

The biggest addition for 2019 is the F-Pace SVR, which gets its own engine and a host of performance upgrades. Safety technology and a larger infotainment screen are newly standard across the range. Three new packages bundle technology and safety features. The exterior sees small tweaks as well, though they’re hard to spot.

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Choosing Your Jaguar F-PACE

Selecting an F-Pace begins with an engine, of which there are five. All engines route power through an eight-speed automatic transmission to all four wheels.

The base engine is a turbocharged four-cylinder unit producing 247 horsepower and 269 pound-feet of torque. Next up is a diesel engine, a turbocharged inline four-cylinder with 180 hp and 318 lb-ft of torque. A third turbocharged four-cylinder (this one also gas) ups power to 296 hp and 295 lb-ft, while a supercharged V6 pumps out 340 hp and 339 lb-ft. Finally, the F-Pace SVR gets a fearsome 5.0-liter V8 producing 550 hp and 502 lb-ft.

Fuel economy starts at an EPA-estimated 22 miles per gallon city, 27 mpg highway, and 24 combined for the base engine. The other turbo-four matches this mileage, the turbodiesel improves to an impressive 26/33/29 mpg (city/highway/combined), but the V6 and V8 engines aren’t as efficient, at 18/23/20 mpg and 16/22/18 mpg, respectively.

Seating is limited to five, but cargo space is an ample 33.5 cubic feet (or 63.5 with the rear seats down). All trims have a new suite of standard features like a 10-inch infotainment screen, lane keeping assist, automatic emergency braking, and front and rear parking sensors. Other goodies are doled out over no fewer than seven trims: base, Premium, Prestige, R-Sport, S, Portfolio, and SVR.


The cheapest F-Pace buyers can find starts at $45,595 (all prices include the $995 destination charge). The base model doesn’t skimp, though – it rolls on 18-inch alloy rims and boasts a sliding panoramic sunroof and a Meridian sound system. Other standard features include a power tailgate, 10-way adjustable front seats, and illuminated treadplates. This trim is only available with the base engine.

Only two packages are available on the base F-Pace. The first is a basic Cold Climate Package ($1,430), which heats up the windshield, the washer jets, the front seats, and the steering wheel. Jaguar calls the other package Connect Pro ($610), which adds apps to the infotainment system along with a Wi-Fi hotspot.

Standalone options are limited to exterior choices (19-inch rims are a $315 option) and a few technology upgrades like navigation ($510), satellite radio ($360), and traffic sign recognition ($200).


Starting at $47,995, the F-Pace Premium unlocks the next two engine options: the turbodiesel and the more powerful four-cylinder. The first adds $1,500 to the price, the second an even $3,000. The Premium gets a few extra standard features as well, like 19-inch alloy wheels, driver seat and wing mirror memory settings, powered auto-dimming mirrors, and a garage door opener.

Two additional packages join the fray as well. The aptly named Black Package ($360) turns the side vents, window surrounds, and grille to glossy black. The safety-oriented Drive Package ($1,700) adds blind-spot monitoring, high-speed automatic emergency braking, and adaptive cruise control. A few extra standalone options are available as well, like a tow hitch ($665), keyless entry ($615), xenon headlights ($800), roof rails ($360), and various upgraded rims.


The F-Pace Prestige enjoys a significant price jump over the lower trims at $52,595, but it adds many classic luxury features. The most notable is the grained leather seats, but the list also includes heated front seats and steering wheel, an electrically adjusted steering column, front seat lumbar adjustment, xenon headlights, navigation, a Wi-Fi hotspot, traffic sign recognition, ambient lighting, and keyless entry.

In addition to the Drive Package and Black Package, the Prestige trim opens up five more package possibilities.

The cheapest is a Park Package ($600), which adds a 360-degree parking aid, a rear traffic monitor, and parking assist. Next up is the Technology Package ($935), which upgrades the audio system to surround sound, wires in a CD/DVD player, and enhances the driver display. The Driver Assistance Package bundles the features from the Drive Package and the Park Package and throws in a surround-view camera, all for $3,600.

On the performance end, the Adaptive Dynamics Package ($1,020) introduces adaptive response into both the suspension and the all-wheel-drive system for optimum grip and ride. Finally, the Comfort & Convenience Package ($1,840) ups luxury with heated and cooled front seats, heated and electrically reclining rear seats, perforated leather, and a hands-free tailgate.

New standalone features join as well, like a head-up display ($1,010), a key-fob bracelet ($410), a surround-view camera ($900), adaptive LED headlights ($800), new interior trims, and rim choices all the way up to 22 inches.


The F-Pace R-Sport aims for a sportier edge and starts at $56,895. It rolls on 20-inch rims and wears an aggressive chrome-sprinkled body kit, but it retains all the luxury features from the Prestige trim. It even adds a few of its own, like adaptive LED headlights, 18-way adjustable sport seats, satellite radio, and fog lights.

In addition to the packages available on the Prestige, the R-Sport offers a Luxury Interior Package ($1,165) which includes configurable ambient lighting, a lockable cooled glove compartment, four-zone climate control, an air-quality sensor, air ionization, and extra power sockets. The sport seats can also be upgraded to 14-way adjustable performance seats for $2,465. Other than a few R-Sport badges here or there, other standalone options remain the same.


The performance-oriented F-Pace S starts at $62,495 and is the only trim to come with the supercharged V6 engine. In addition to the extra power, it gets a configurable adaptive suspension, a trim-specific body kit, a host of badges and chrome accents, red brake calipers, wheel-mounted shift paddles, adaptive high beams, and 18-way adjustable sport seats. Otherwise, the F-Pace S resembles the R-Sport. Other than switching the badges, package and standalone options remain the same.


The F-Pace Portfolio with the 296-hp four-cylinder takes luxury to the max, at a starting cost of $63,995. The front seats are heated and cooled, 20-way adjustable, and covered in Windsor leather. The rear seats are heated and power reclining. A head-up display, surround-sound system, roof rails, configurable ambient lighting, cooled glove box, hands-free tailgate, four-zone climate control with air-quality sensor, and aluminum trim are all standard.

The only additions left to the packages list are technology and safety upgrades, which still come in the form of Adaptive Dynamics, Driver Assistance, Drive, and Park Packages. Air ionization is $100, a CD/DVD player is a no-cost option, and the surround-view camera is $900.


The final and most powerful member of the family, the F-Pace SVR starts at $80,985. Under the hood is the 550-hp V8, matched by 21-inch alloy rims, quad tailpipes, beefed up brakes, an active differential with torque vectoring, and an SVR body kit. Don’t think that the SVR is short on luxury – Windsor leather is still standard, along with an interactive driver display, heated and cooled front seats, and heated rear seats.

Where not standard, the packages from the R-Sport trim remain available. The surround-sound system is an option for just $450, and Jaguar will decorate the interior with carbon-fiber trim for $1,300. Other standalone options remain the same.

CarsDirect Tip

Jaguar’s range of engines is pleasingly fuel efficient, and we appreciate the inclusion of a diesel option. But the F-Pace’s top-notch driving dynamics make extra power a worthy investment. The 2019 Jaguar F-Pace S will coddle you in the cabin but put a smile on your face in the back roads.

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