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post #1 of 31 (permalink) Old 07-26-2017, 08:58 PM Thread Starter
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Price of e-pace in your country

Price of e-pace in your country

I'm from Portugal and here the cheapest e-pace costs 45000 euros according to the configurator

and you?

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I'm in Canada and the most basic E-Pace starts at $42,700. I'm guessing Portugal tariffs are higher?
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I'm in Canada and the most basic E-Pace starts at $42,700. I'm guessing Portugal tariffs are higher?

42700 is 29239 euros....



45000 euros is the model e-pace 2.0 diesel with 150 hp

The truth is that although we are from the poorest countries in Europe we are the ones that have the most expensive cars

For Portuguese politicians the taxes generated by automobiles are very important

The diesel here in portugal costs 1.2 euros per liter

Petrol 1.40 euros per liter

From my point of view if gasoline is harmful to the environment it should be much cheaper than diesel

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Maybe diesel costs less to refine? At least that used to be the case unless the refining process changed.
As for car tax, Australia is on the same boat as Portugal with a higher cost than average. Maybe Portugal dealerships are a bit more willing to give you a deal to offset the higher price?
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Maybe diesel costs less to refine? At least that used to be the case unless the refining process changed.
As for car tax, Australia is on the same boat as Portugal with a higher cost than average. Maybe Portugal dealerships are a bit more willing to give you a deal to offset the higher price?
They just better act quick before law makers make it even tougher or discouraging to own a diesel. Or at least slow the release of diesel vehicles so the impact isn't nearly as much as it could be. Might be why Toyota has an aggressive hybrid strategy in place.
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Ahhh yes, the diesel scandal from VW which seems to be affecting a lot of other manufacturers as well. It shouldn't affect E-Pace pricing, maybe the unit allocation of diesel units. I'm not quite sure how popular diesel SUVs are in Portugal.
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Don't see any of that happening.
The only thing that might happen is the usual, if Jaguar slips up and follows down the path that VW did. Aside from that there's no reason to limit sales or slow the release of these. Jaguar wants to move them as fast as we want them.
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Ahhh yes, the diesel scandal from VW which seems to be affecting a lot of other manufacturers as well. It shouldn't affect E-Pace pricing, maybe the unit allocation of diesel units. I'm not quite sure how popular diesel SUVs are in Portugal.
Here the sales of vehicles are changing ... gradually the hybrids begin to appear ... but they are still too expensive for our ordered so people choose the cheaper models in a daily use that are diesel.

Daily use is because the price per liter of diesel is cheaper.

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Don't see any of that happening.
The only thing that might happen is the usual, if Jaguar slips up and follows down the path that VW did. Aside from that there's no reason to limit sales or slow the release of these. Jaguar wants to move them as fast as we want them.

He liked the jag investing in the hybrids or electrics.

And quickly

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He liked the jag investing in the hybrids or electrics.

And quickly
correct, these was a press release that went with the launch of their entire green car program, if there's a single thing that speaks volumes into the R&D its this:

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