2024 Jaguar F-PACE


MSRP* $57,000 - $91,900
Invoice* Information not available


City 15 - 22 Hwy 21 - 27

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2024 Jaguar F-PACE Overview

As Jaguar’s F-Pace enters its eighth model year, the brand isn’t changing much for 2024, applying the same updates to its golden child as it is the rest of its lineup. The most significant of those updates is best described as “everything R-Dynamic all at once.” Streamlining its offerings for 2024, Jaguar is dropping its non-R-Dynamic offerings across the board and reducing available options.

Its Black Exterior Pack, additional power sockets, a black headliner and a heating steering are now standard on all F-Paces, as well as the brand’s latest infotainment system, Pivi Pro. Pivi Pro includes over-the-air updates, wireless charging, and wireless Apple CarPlay and Android Auto, as well as Amazon Alexa voice control and What3words navigation.

Performance and Trim Levels
The 2024 F-Pace still offers one of the most diverse engine lineups in the industry: a 246-horsepower, turbocharged 2.0-liter four-cylinder; a 395-hp, turbocharged and supercharged mild-hybrid 3.0-liter inline-six; and a 542-hp, supercharged 5.0-liter V-8. All route power through an eight-speed automatic transmission to all four wheels.

The base P250 R-Dynamic S variant is powered by the 2.0-liter four-cylinder and rides on 19-inch wheels. It has LED lighting front and rear, keyless entry and start, a power liftgate, dual-zone climate control, a heated leather steering wheel, the 11.4-inch Pivi Pro touchscreen and a Meridian sound system. Standard safety equipment includes adaptive cruise control with steering assist, forward collision warning with emergency braking, blind spot assist, lane departure steering assist, and front and rear parking sensors.

In addition to the mild-hybrid six-cylinder engine, the P400 R-Dynamic S adds an adaptive suspension with configurable settings. Stepping up to the 542-hp SVR gets 21-inch wheels all around, as well as trim-specific styling and badging. An electronic differential helps manage the power, and a customizable display in the gauge cluster lets the driver monitor various functions. The SVR gets dressed in upgraded leather with contrast stitching, with 14-way power front seats featuring heat and ventilation.

As far as fuel economy goes, the P250 gets an EPA-rated 22/27/24 mpg city/highway/combined, the P400 gets 19/25/21 mpg, and the SVR’s numbers are predictably lower at 15/21/17 mpg.

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