Jaguar e pace

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    Will the Jaguar e Pace be on the scheme in Q2, also what happened about the Range Rover.

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  • #70317 Reply

    JS (justsaying)

    Everybody loves a comedian!

    maybe you can direct your enquiry to. once you’ve finished reading it.

    happy sunday

    #70318 Reply


    I think both are above the price cap that is allowed these days.

    Really annoying, as we need a medium+ SUV for wheelchair and hoist as both disabled.

    #70320 Reply


    But the Jag is £27k, well under the limit

    #70321 Reply

    JS (justsaying)

    Makes for a good read here,

    And going on the latest jaguar advert (a breed apart) don’t expect it anytime soon.

    #70352 Reply


    Ok, will try once more complaining direct to Motability,  let’s see if that works.

    #70356 Reply


    I would like to ask other members to do the same and get JLR onto the scheme.

    #70428 Reply


    ive just had a look on their website and the epace is £28930 manual and £32505 auto and thats base cost before any extras. and the extras are scarily expensive so i dont think its a starter unless theyre going to discount massiveley.

    #70460 Reply


    It’s not that great a car anyway. It’s nothing like the F-Pace or I Pace. Apparently it’s built on a ladder frame as opposed to a modular chassis, so it handles like something from the 90’s.

    But it has a Jaguar badge on the bonnet I suppose.

    #70469 Reply


    The e pace isn’t built on a ladder frame. That would be body on chassis. The e-pace is still a monocoque but they changed the platform from aluminium to steel to save money.

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