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Old 09-15-2020, 04:22 PM
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Originally Posted by Nicktyelor View Post
Wait, now I'm confused. I always equated the E-Pace and XE, F-Pace and XF. I don't actually know what's based on what or the exact dimensions. Just from a dumb consumer mind-set, I think that's how someone would view it. Maybe the F-Pace was too small to begin with? And shouldn't the J-Pace be some 7-seater SUV?
My point exactly! Here's the general sizes etc for Jaguar's lineup:

No subcompact sedan (like the A Class, etc) - the E-Pace is a subcompact crossover

XE is the compact sedan - the F-Pace is the compact crossover (partial giveaway was the identical interiors of each pre-facelift)

The XF is the midsize sedan - no comparable midsize crossover (but if the crossover naming scheme they already have continues, that would make the J-Pace the mid-size 5 seater)

The XJ is the full-size sedan - no comparable large crossover (which I suppose would be called G-Pace or something)
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Old 09-16-2020, 08:01 AM
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Originally Posted by Blackraven View Post
In your case, I think the lower pricing is because of lower shipping / logistics costs.....since it is made in your country (Magna Steyr factory).
SO is it more expensive than a XE where you live,; Even in AUstria it's only roughly that, once you factor in potential discounts, teh dealers are way happier on giving a huge discount on a sedan, so you might end up being close to XF "of the dealer court" prices as CUVs are hardly in need of a lot of incentives to sell.

But usually the transport is a rather low factor in pricing, the G-Class (traditionally made in Graz since it#s development by Puch back in the 70ies) is prohibitively expensive here, and it'S not like other "made by MAgna cars" (there are quite a few have any kind of "Local discount". After all, AUstria isn't exactly known for low industry wages.....
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