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    I have an E Pace bought new March 1st. Pleased with the car but fuel consumption absolutely awful. Mine is a R Dynamic S 2l diesel. Book says 43.5. Mine 26.7. Excuses given = awd; height therefore more air resistance; not run in. Interested to hear whether any else has had the same experience.

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    26.7? I think you have a problem there mate. I think ours is 'averaging' around the 42-45 mark with the occasional spike into the 60's/70's
    Shadow Grey 2007 2.0D called Jerry but I will soon be jumping ship to (dare I say it out loud?) MB.
    Occasionally I also drive a spanking new silver E-Pace

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    Is that urban?

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    I would imagine a mixture of urban and motorway, that's the wife's daily commute. 2.0 diesel btw.
    Shadow Grey 2007 2.0D called Jerry but I will soon be jumping ship to (dare I say it out loud?) MB.
    Occasionally I also drive a spanking new silver E-Pace

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    The Mrs has recently gone from a 2014 rapper style blacked out XF to this. This is the second one we had, originally had a S but she realised she couldn't live without all the bells and whistles so swapped out for an HSE which was a lot better. It's a D180 so performance is a bit of a come down compared to the XF's V6 diesel and economy is not that much better...can get about 45mpg on a longer, gentle run but low/mid 30's around town. It's a heavy car and you feel it driving the thing. The original brakes were weak, the new one has the bigger discs and calipers which make a difference. It also has the 21" alloys which have to come with the adaptive suspension which also makes a big difference to the ride (for the better).

    The XF had a 'hewn from granite' feel about it while this one, well....doesn't, which isn't surprising as it's the entry level Jaguar. But the cost of the two cars were in a similar ballpark, it's just the passage of 4 years doesn't get you as much car.

    There is a lot more tech in the car compared the XF, which to me means there is more stuff to go wrong. But so far it's all been good. The trick cruise control is great, the self parking scary and the lane assist so annoying it has been turned off.

    The only issues so far is dodgy DAB radio reception (which I have posted a question about in another thread) and the SIM card slot seems to be iffy...sometimes it will pick up the SIM, sometimes it won't.
    2018 E Pace HSE D180

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    The E-Pace is much heavier than the XF and heavier than the F-Pace (being effectively the Jag equivalent of the Evoque and Disco Sport so of steel construction) so you would expect a performance drop and similar economy (I get 50-55mp from my current F-Pace 180 and 70mpg from my X260 163). They are well specified with the LED headlights etc as standard on UK spec motors.

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    Still very disappointed with fuel consumption. 6 months on, when I was told the engine would have loosened, still only getting high 20s mpg urban, mid 30s extra which equates to 34ish combined. Compare that to the book and it is the biggest misquote in history. My previous was an XF S 3l twin carb, all bells and whistles. 36 urban, best long distance 63mpg. Biggest mistake I ever made in swooping. Future, Jags are out.

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    Hi all, I'm a new member of the forum... and soon a new owner of an E-Pace. I am coming from a BMW X3, I have been considering X1, XC40 and Q2 together with E-Pace, at the end I have decided for the Jaguar because it was the best offer in terms of price and options (3k cheaper than BMW with more options) and it was definitely the most comfortable car. I never had a Jaguar before -I admit I'm quite scared by the brand
    I have decided for the 150D, the dealer said that it could not tell the difference from the 150 and 180 and going to the next one was a bit too expensive. Besides, I don't run, so I should be fine. Well, now I have to wait just three months...

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    Welcome to the forum gpaolo79, Congratulations on the purchase, the wait will be worth it.

    What trim level did you go for, S, SE, HSE?
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    Hi gpaolo79,
    i bought my E Pace in March this year. It is 150d R Dynamic S. It has a very satisfactory pick up and unless you went for the 200s not a lot of difference with the 180. My main bone of contention is the fuel consumption. Urban just sneaking in to the 30s, extra no more than 34/36. I was persuaded to go diesel as it would pay dividends. As I said in an earlier message, book figures are the misquote of the year.

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