Jaguar E-Pace Specifications & Features
The brand’s most affordable model, the 2023 Jaguar E-Pace, offers customers a subcompact luxury SUV alternative with distinctive British curb appeal, lively driving dynamics, and a peaceful interior. The E-Pace is one of the priciest vehicles in its segment despite being less fuel-efficient and less roomy than most of its competitors, which include the BMW X2 and Volvo XC40. Those looking for something that is extra roomy, extra zoomy, or extra efficient are, however, looking in the wrong place. If they choose the E-Pace, they are only able to choose from one model because the tiny SUV is now only available in a one-size-fits-all design.
For the 2021 model year, the E-Pace saw a slight upgrade that added new headlights, changes to the front and rear fascias, and an improved infotainment system that makes use of Jaguar’s Pivi Pro software. The P250 SE replaces the former base 250 and 300 Sport versions as the only E-Pace trim level available for 2023. New Premium Black Pack options include adaptive dampers, gloss black wheels, and external highlights. Adaptive Cruise Control with Stop and Go is now a standard feature.
Jaguar E-Pace Engine, Power, Performance & Acceleration
The E-Pace uses a turbocharged four-cylinder powerplant, like the majority of crossovers in this class. The standard—and sole—engine for the 2023 P250 SE produces 246 hp and 269 pound-feet of torque and is paired with a nine-speed automated gearbox. During our testing of the E-Pace, we found the automatic to be unreliable at slower speeds, but we ultimately discovered that the refined nature of the powertrain kept the inside calm. The P250 tested in 2018 was heavier than some competitors with turbo-four engines, which is still a drawback in 2019. With soft damping that absorbed road imperfections and segregated passengers, that P250 was extremely comfy. The ride quality overall upheld the company’s premium aim, even though its 20-inch wheels thudded over bumpy roads.
Jaguar E-Pace Mileage
|2023 Jaguar E-Pace Mileage||City||Highway|
|P250 SE||20 mpg||26 mpg|
With poorer fuel economy estimates than many of its all-wheel-drive competitors, the E-Pace isn’t the most economical subcompact luxury crossover. EPA ratings for the 2023 P250 SE model were 20 mpg city and 26 mpg highway.
Dimensions & Space
|2023 Jaguar E-Pace Dimensions|
|Cargo Volume||24 ft3|
The 11.4-inch curved touchscreen that is situated in the center of the dashboard houses the E-Pace’s infotainment system. While Pivi software, which incorporates Apple CarPlay and Android Auto as standard, is available on base models, higher trim levels enable Pivi Pro, which has built-in navigation and supports over-the-air updates. The E-Pace includes a Wi-Fi hotspot and a potent Meridian sound in addition to numerous USB connections and 12-volt outlets.
|2023 Jaguar E-Pace Trims||Price (USD)|
The P250 SE trim level is the only one available for the 2023 Jaguar E-Pace. A turbocharged 2.0-liter four-cylinder engine with a nine-speed automated gearbox powers all four of the vehicle’s 19-inch wheels; 20- and 21-inch wheels are also an option. Other standard amenities include heated 12-way front seats, a Meridian sound system, a leather-wrapped steering wheel with satin chrome shift paddles, and several driver-support technologies like emergency braking, adaptive cruise control, and blind spot assist.
Specifications, Quarter Mile, 0-60 Mph & Top-Speed
|2023 Jaguar E-Pace Specifications||Specs|
|0-60 MPH||7.2 sec|
|0-100 MPH||20.5 sec|
|1/4 Mile||15.6 sec|