Are you enamored of the new Jaguar F-Pace, and been wondering how much you’ll need to drop in order to put one in your driveway? Well now we have our answer. Jaguar Land Rover has just announced pricing for its 2017 model line in the United States, including the F-Pace, which starts at $40,990.
That’s for the 20d base model, which comes with a 2.0-liter diesel four rated at 180 horsepower. Gasoline power starts just a touch higher at $42,390 for the F-Pace 35t with the 3.0-liter supercharged V6 good for 340 horsepower. The top-spec F-Pace S packs that same engine rated only slightly higher at 380 hp, but commands a considerable premium at $56,700. (All prices subject to an additional $995 destination charge.)
Of course, the F-Pace is substantially less expensive than the other new luxury performance crossovers coming from European automakers that have never delved into the territory before. But the Maserati Levante, Bentley Bentayga, and forthcoming entrants from Lamborghini, Aston Martin and Rolls-Royce aren’t the territory Jag is going after here. Instead of targeting the Porsche Cayenne like many of those will, the Jaguar is positioned closer to the Macan – which also starts (a little) higher at $47,500. You can, however, get a Mercedes GLC for less (starting at $38,950). The BMW X3 ($38,950) and X4 ($45,250) split the difference in starting prices, but the Audi Q5 starts at a remarkably similar MSRP of $40,900.
Alongside the F-Pace, Jaguar has also revealed pricing for the all-new XE, which starts at $34,900 and tops out at $41,700, making it the cheapest new Jag you could get your hands on since the lamentable X-Type. The mid-range XF introduced last year also gets the diesel option as its new point of entry at $47,450. Jaguar also priced the F-Type range, with the new SVR model commanding $125,950 – or a good $20k more than the F-Type R that boasts 25 fewer horses.