2022 Jaguar E Pace Prices: MSRP vs Dealer Invoice vs True Dealer Cost w/Holdback
MSRP | Invoice Price | Destination Fee | Holdback | Dealer Cost
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Formula for Calculating Dealer Cost:
- Example: Base Jaguar E Pace invoice price + the dealer Invoice price of options + destination - Holdback = Total Dealer Cost.
- What is Holdback? A hidden amount that manufacturers give back to a dealer. It is a percentage of the MSRP or the Invoice price.
Total Dealer Cost - Rebate and Incentive + Taxes / Licensing Fees = True Dealer Cost. (You can get rebates and incentives here.)
Jaguar's E-PACE definitely feels luxurious. It has a well-equipped cabin with advanced technology and high-end materials, and it looks modern and upscale. As a crossover, it'll attract consumers who prefer compact vehicles but still like having versatility and decent cargo space. As long as they're fine with the relatively high cost of the E-PACE, they should be very pleased with what this vehicle has to offer.
Engine and Performance
This crossover runs on a turbocharged, 2.0-liter engine. On its own, this engine is able to make 246 horsepower and 269 pound-feet of torque. When it's paired with a mild-hybrid system, as it is on the E-PACE 300 Sport trim, the total horsepower that's generated is 296. Torque is 295 pound-feet.
With either engine, the Jaguar uses a nine-speed automatic transmission and comes with all-wheel drive. Steering is precise, the suspension does a great job, and handling is excellent.
The E-PACE 300 Sport trim is enhanced in yet another way in terms of its mechanics. It has Adaptive Dynamics, which is a program that changes how the vehicle responds according to the road it's on and the conditions it may be facing. It can make these adjustments on its own, and as a result, the driving experience is optimized whether people are zooming down a straightaway or are dealing with uneven terrain or making frequent turns on city streets. The system can make changes to steering movement up to 500 times a second, and it can make changes to body movements up to 100 times a second.
Jaguar has put in Pivi software on the E-PACE. This software is intuitive and simple to use, so most people will likely be happy with it. The standard touchscreen measures 11.4 inches, which is an impressive size. Apple CarPlay and Android Auto are standard, and so is wireless charging. In addition, the Jaguar can use its antenna to improve the cell signal so that calls come in more clearly.
The Pivi Pro system is even more advanced, and this is found on the higher trims. With Pivi Pro, the infotainment display can receive over-the-cloud updates and comes with a self-learning navigation program.
There are several optional high-tech components on the E-PACE. There's a Wi-Fi Enabled with Data Plan that provides access to several streaming services and up to 20GB of data each month. This is wonderful news for people who are on the road frequently and/or travel with passengers who are used to having access to this form of entertainment.
Another available component is an an Activity Key. This program allows someone to lock or unlock the doors as well as start the engine with a smart wristband. The wristband is lightweight and waterproof, so people can feel free to go off on all kinds of adventures. Conventional car keys or even the key fob are no longer needed, but be sure to remember that the activity key is like any other mobile device that has to be charged periodically.
Higher trims have 12.3-inch interactive driver displays that add to the driving experience. This screen can show a 3D map, directions, audio information, the name of anyone who calls, and more. There could also be a head-up display that shows important information like speed or warnings.
Crossovers aren't known for being that large. Perhaps that's why they're so popular with certain buyers. The E-PACE has about 35 inches of rear-seat leg room. This is fine, but not overly generous. It works for many customers, but those who frequently have taller passengers riding with them might have to think twice before committing to this Jaguar model.
Cargo space is adequate, as there's 22.4 cubic feet of space behind the seating area. When the seats have been folded down, cargo capacity increases to nearly 50 cubic feet.
There are three trims to consider. The standard trim is just called the E-PACE. It has LED headlights, signature daytime running lights, and heated and power-folding side mirrors. Its Meridian sound system provides great audio quality. This trim has a number of driver-assist technologies, and it has metal tread plates with satin chrome gearshift paddles so that it feels more sporty. Passengers are treated to ebony perforated grained leather seats, and those in the front will appreciate the heated, power-adjustable front seats with memory.
The next trim is the E-PACE SE. It has the upgraded Pivi Pro technology along with some extra safety features, including blind spot assist and traffic sign recognition. It rides on 19-inch wheels instead of 18-inch ones, and it has premium LED headlights and a power-operated tailgate.
Finally, there's the E-PACE 300 Sport. As mentioned earlier, it has the advantage of having a mild hybrid system in addition to the turbocharged engine. Therefore, this trim is the one to pick if anyone really wants to maximize performance and make things more exciting.
This trim rides on 20-inch wheels, and its dark grey wheels have a diamond turned finish. The front and rear bumpers have a more aggressive design, and there are front fog lights as well. The 300 Sport's seats have the same fine leather as the other trims have, but they're sport seats with contrast stitching. Other little touches that add to this trim's style are a metal scuff plate in the cargo area and illumination on the metal tread plates.
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Note: All Jaguar E Pace MSRP, invoice and dealer cost dollar figures above are subject to change without notice.
A note about rebates: Most rebates are subtracted from the "on the road" figure. In most cases, you can have the rebate if you are arranging your own financing or you are paying cash. If you decide to use the manufacturer’s low interest financing, you do not usually get the rebate. Ask your dealer for details.