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I have been going though coverage of the F-Pace SVR and was pleased to see very positive feedback. Compared to similar models sold from Porsche, Mercedes and Audi, apparently it holds up well. SUV's are the future and releasing an SVR version of the E-Pace might be the next best step, in my opinion.

American buyers in warm climates can (and should) gripe about the lack of stickier factory rubber, but in the grand scheme of things, the Jaguar F-Pace SVR is still an extraordinary performer. Consider it in the context of competitors like the 440-hp, $88,950 Porsche Macan Turbo with Performance Package, and the $81,015 Jaguar comes off as bit of a performance bargain, dispatching 0 to 60 mph in a mere 4.1 seconds. The tradeoff is the Jaguar's inferior infotainment system and ergonomics. Even so, buyers looking for a serious performer that just happens to be able to haul the kids and a trunk full of junk can consider the Jaguar F-Pace SVR a magnificent beast that deserves serious consideration.
https://www.autoblog.com/2019/04/22/2020-jaguar-f-pace-svr-first-drive-review/

 

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But before SVR they need to make E-Pace in aluminium.
The current E-Pace weighs more than the F-Pace!
 

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But before SVR they need to make E-Pace in aluminium.
The current E-Pace weighs more than the F-Pace!
I agree.

The Evoque actually kept me away from any compact JLR SUV for that fact. It looked great but was a pig, rocked too much steel for my liking. Off road it might be a benefit but not as a long term daily driver.
 
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