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2020 Jaguar E-Pace Interior


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$39,950
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2020 Jaguar E-Pace Interior Review

Scorecard

Interior: 6.8

Although the 2020 Jaguar E-Pace has some premium cabin materials, a few plastic surfaces detract from its luxuriousness. The rear seats are cramped, but cargo room is superb for the class. The infotainment system gets mixed reviews.   

  • "We're also huge fans of the luxe cabin materials and design." -- Edmunds
  • "While smaller and more affordable than Jaguar’s first utility vehicle, the F-Pace, the 2019 E-Pace retains the bigger model’s lavish feel, with a well-executed balance of classic luxury materials, including leather and wood, along with more modern details like its large touch-screen infotainment system." -- Kelley Blue Book (2019)
  • "Interior materials on the whole are quite nice. The E-Pace's leather seats are soft and supple and the vinyl on the dash and upper door cards is a convincing leather stand in. There's also plenty of nice detailing, such as polished metal vent surrounds and paddle shifters with the 'plus' and 'minus' signs actually carved out of them. Some of the plastic used in the center console area isn't quite up to luxury car standards, but the E-Pace's cabin is certainly deserving of the Leaper badge." -- Left Lane News (2018)

Seating

This small SUV seats up to five people on standard leather upholstery. Ventilated and heated front seats, several power adjustments for the front seats, heated rear seats, upgraded leather upholstery, and a heated steering wheel are available.

Although head- and legroom is decent up front, getting comfortable can be tricky because of design choices like oddly mounted elbow rests and a wheel well that protrudes into the passenger’s foot space.

The rear seats are tight and best left for kids. For installing child safety seats, the E-Pace comes with two complete sets of LATCH car-seat connectors.

  • "There are only a handful of drawbacks, starting with the rear-seat headroom. Taller passengers might find the chopped roof makes it impossible to sit in the back." -- Edmunds
  • "The front seats are comfortable, but the cabin is positioned so far forward that the passenger will notice the wheel well intruding awkwardly into the footwell. The rear-seat measurements look competitive on paper, but in reality, that space is inordinately vertical. Most adult passengers will struggle with kneeroom, even while sitting behind average-size front-seat occupants. " -- Car and Driver (2018)
  • "Passenger space is ample in both rows … but ergonomics are a bit wonky. Neither my 6'4" self nor my roughly 8"-shorter driving partner was able to find a truly comfortable driving position (elbow resting positions were either too high or too low, for example), and she also made mention that the end of the seat-bottom cushion rubbed up against the back of her calves." -- Automobile Magazine (2018)

Interior Features

Standard equipment in this Jaguar includes a tablet-style 10-inch touch screen, Apple CarPlay, Android Auto, a six-speaker stereo, two USB ports, Bluetooth, and dual-zone automatic climate control.

Available features include proximity keyless entry, a Wi-Fi hot spot, a navigation system, an 11- or 15-speakers Meridian sound system, satellite radio, HD Radio, three second-row USB ports, and a 12.3-inch configurable digital instrument display.

Some critics say this Jaguar's Touch Pro infotainment system is straightforward, but others find it to be slow to respond and tedious to use. The 12.3-inch digital display is a driver-focused system that replaces a traditional instrument gauge cluster. It’s designed to mitigate the need to look away from the road when driving.

Standard active safety features include a pre-collision warning system with low-speed emergency brake assist, pedestrian detection, front and rear parking sensors, lane departure warning, lane keep assist, a driver attention monitor, and a rearview camera.

There are also several more available driver aids. These include blind spot monitoring, rear cross traffic alert, automatic park assist, a surround-view parking camera system, high-speed automatic emergency braking, traffic sign recognition with an adaptive speed limiter, a head-up display, and adaptive cruise control.

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  • "One more wish list item: a new touchscreen system. Jaguars have long suffered from sluggish, nonintuitive user interfaces, and that trend continues here." -- Edmunds
  • "The infotainment system is large and colorful, and the Meridian audio system gets the job done. As anyone with experience with JLR infotainment systems knows, they can sometimes be difficult to navigate and slightly less than intuitive, so we're glad to report this version didn't send us into a blind rage as others that have come before have. We're not willing to call it perfect, but it's certainly livable. The availability of buttons and knobs to control the HVAC was appreciated, but needing to shuffle through endless screens to find the drive modes was not." -- Truck Trend (2018)

Cargo

With 24.2 cubic feet of space behind the rear seats and a maximum of 52.7 cubic feet behind the front seats, the E-Pace has more cargo room than most other luxury subcompact SUVs.

  • "Cargo space is also a bit compromised." -- Kelley Blue Book (2019)
  • "Twenty-four cubic feet of cargo space, on the other hand, easily surpasses what most competitors can muster." -- Car and Driver (2018)
  • "We also came away impressed with the E-Pace's overall packaging. Small utility vehicles - particularly from luxury marques - don't typically perform well in this area, but the E-Pace has plenty of cubby spaces for whatever you might need to store. The rear cargo area is also quite generous." -- Left Lane News (2018)
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