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64.26 - 64.67 Lakhs
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Jaguar F-Pace Price List (By Variant)

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F-Pace Prestige Petrol Petrol | Automatic
 64.23 Lakhs
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F-Pace Prestige Diesel | Automatic
 64.64 Lakhs
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Discontinued Variants

Note:Jaguar F-Pace Pure, R-SPORT, First Edition have been discontinued.

Quick Facts about Jaguar F-Pace
Jaguar F-Pace, a SUV has 2 versions available in India. F-Pace has 1 Diesel Car, 1 Petrol Car. Jaguar F-Pace comes in 14 colors, namely Ammonite Grey, British Racing Green, Dark Sapphire Blue, Ebony Black, Glacier White, Ignot, Italian Racing Red, Odyssey Red, Polaris White, Quartzite, Rhodium Silver, Storm Grey, Tempest Grey and Ultimate Black.

Jaguar F-Pace Price in Popular Cities

Delhi Delhi 73.55 - 75.63 Lakhs Arrow
Mumbai Mumbai 76.98 - 78.79 Lakhs Arrow
Bangalore Bangalore 80.72 - 81.23 Lakhs Arrow
Pune Pune 77.84 - 79.65 Lakhs Arrow
Chennai Chennai 77.97 - 78.45 Lakhs Arrow
Kolkata Kolkata 72.66 - 73.12 Lakhs Arrow

Jaguar F-Pace Colours

Ammonite Grey
British Racing Green
Dark Sapphire Blue
Ebony Black
Glacier White
Ignot
Italian Racing Red
Odyssey Red
Polaris White
Quartzite
Rhodium Silver
Storm Grey
Tempest Grey
Ultimate Black

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Summary

Jaguar F-Pace has 4 versions available in India from which 4 are diesel cars. Jaguar F-Pace comes in 8 colours, namely, Ammonite Grey, British Racing Green, Dark Sapphire Blue, Ebony Black, Glacier White, Polaris White, Quartzite, Ultimate Black.

Jaguar, the British car maker known for its sleek and fast cars, is looking for the greener pastures of the SUV market. While it is dubbed by Jaguar as the ‘ultimate practical sports car, the F-Pace is a true-blue modern SUV. Brought in as the C-X17 concept at the 2013 Frankfurt Motor Show, the F-Pace has made its entry in the Indian market.
For its price tag, the Jaguar F-Pace competes with a wide range of cars starting from the Mercedes GLE 250d and the BMW X3 for the 2.0-litre mill while it challenges the Porsche Macan and the GLE 450 AMG Coupe with its top-spec First edition.

The 1999 cc Diesel - powered variant delivers a fuel economy of 14 kmpl in city and 16 kmpl on highways.

The cabin is a leather-lined space filled with high-quality plastics, wood inserts and a chrome-heavy centre console. Standard features across all trim levels include a touchscreen infotainment system, contrast coloured seats, full-digital instrument cluster, four-zone climate control and of course, their famous rotary gear knob. It gets a five-seat layout with a specially made 650-litre boot including special underfloor trays for extra storage as well as space for a full-sized spare wheel.
For safety, it gets six airbags standard across the range along with traction control, hill-hold and hill-descent functions and an intelligent all-wheel-drive that can manage the SUV on most terrains

The F-Pace is a typical Jaguar and carries the trademark mesh grille with the feline logo as well as the sweptback headlamps which resemble the eyes of its namesake. Adding to the brawn are the louvres on the bonnet and dashes of chrome which emerge prominently on the front bumper.
On the side, we can see the SUV origins of the vehicle in full form thanks to the high ground clearance, rear sloping roofline and flared wheel arches. The rear is without a doubt Jaguar-like, thanks to the switchblade style wrap around tail lamps and shape of the rear glass, similar to the F-type. What is new, however, is the bumper as well as the pseudo bash plate element into which the quad tailpipes have been integrated.

Jaguar is offering the F-Pace with two diesel engine options – the 2.0-litre inline four turbodiesel and the 3.0-litre V6 turbocharged engine. The 2.0-litre mill develops 177bhp of power and 400Nm of torque and comes with the entry-level trims. The 3.0-litre V6 belts out 296bhp of power and a massive 700Nm of torque and is offered with the R-Sport and the First Edition trims. Both engines are mated to an eight-speed manual gearbox that sends power to all four-wheels depending upon the torque demanded.
Jaguar may introduce petrol engines in the future, but for now, the leaping cat on steroids is already on the prowl.

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