Options? That’s standard
Standard equipment is where the value equation gets shaky. All variants get active safety assists including AEB, automatic LED headlights, a reversing camera and Jaguar’s widescreen Touchpro infotainment system. But it costs more than it should to get things like Apple Carplay and keyless entry, the latter of which is still a $ 950 option on the D240 that costs almost $70K. Jaguar says F-pace buyers spend between 15 and 20 percent of a car’s purchase price on options, and E-pace buyers should be budgeting to do the same to get the full experience.