The F-Pace does not lack for standard or optional safety gear. Stability control, all-wheel drive, and a full suite of airbags are included. The F-Pace also comes with a low-speed traction-control system that balances braking and throttle to launch it more smoothly on ice or slippery surfaces.
It also comes with a forward-collision warning system with automatic emergency braking, made possible by a set of stereo cameras set behind the windshield.
The options list includes adaptive cruise control with stop-and-go control, which means the SUV can follow traffic at low speeds with minimal driver intervention; lane-keeping and lane-departure warning systems; a laser-projected head-up display; blind-spot monitors with cross-traffic alerts; and automatic parking assistance.
The 2017 Jaguar F-Pace is available in two powertrains, a supercharged V-6 that comes in two different power levels: 340 and 380 horsepower; and a 2.0-liter turbodiesel inline-4.
Fuel economy figures are the same on the gas models. The EPA rates the F-Pace at 18 mpg city, 23 mpg highway, and 20 mpg combined. Having a diesel option is all the better.
Jaguar is now selling a turbodiesel inline-4 version of the 2017 F-Pace. The EPA rates of the model are at 26/33/29 mpg, which is a significant improvement over its competitors.