Jaguar E-Pace Vs Range Rover Evoque
Jaguar have launched their latest SUV, the Jaguar E-Pace to compete against the highly successful Range Rover Evoque. The Evoque was announced 5 years prior to the E-Pace back in 2012 at the Geneva Motor Show. Could the 5 years make a difference or will people still go for the trusty Range Rover Evoque?
Range Rover Evoque:
The popular Range Rover Evoque, announced in 2012, has proved the need for a luxury compact SUV, with its executive styling and sporting the Range Rover badge, the Evoque has a lot of brand loyal customers. Having been altered over the last few years, the Range Rover is available in Hatchback, Coupe or even Convertible specification to suit your needs however the most popular version is the Hatchback.
The Evoque is one of Land Rovers cheapest cars and available for low monthly rentals depending on the term making it accessible to many drivers around the world. Undeniably, the Range Rover Evoque has stormed the UK market as the leading manufacture of luxury compact SUV’s.
The Range Rover Evoque sits slightly higher than the E-Pace but is shorter, slimmer and has a shorter wheel base then the Jaguar E-Pace so depending on what you’re after, the Evoque might be a bit too compact.
Ground Clearance: 8.40”
Wheel Base: 104.80”
The Jaguar E-Pace was announced earlier this year at an event in London which featured a live orchestra and a Guinness World Record! The SUV is supposedly the baby of the already popular F-Pace which won World Car Of The Year 2017 which is competing against the Range Rover Sport.
The high riding yet compact E-Pace is a first for Jaguar, featuring a driver-focused cockpit and family-focused interior the New E-Pace combines practicality with pure driving pleasure. In addition, it’s sporty looks and premium quality interior the E-Pace certainly ticks all the right boxes on paper.
With an anticipated delivery date from February 2018 onwards, only time will tell to prove how successful the E-Pace really is.
Ground Clearance: 8”
Wheel Base: 105.60”
If you’re after something a bit bigger, why not check out our thoughts on the brand new Range Rover Velar.