The Jaguar F-Pace and Range Rover Evoque are both fantastic cars, but which one should you buy when you face the choice?
Should you buy a Jaguar F-Pace or a Range Rover Evoque? The Jaguar F-Pace starts at Rs 69.99 lakhs at the ex-showroom, and the R-Dynamic S is 2.0 (petrol version) and Range Rover Evoque 2.0 S (petrol version) ex-showroom starts at Rs. 59.04 lakhs. The Jaguar F-Pace has a 1997 cc engine CM (top model petrol version), while the Range Rover Evoque has a 1999 cc engine. But, in terms of mileage, the F-Pace has better mileage than the Range Rover Evoque.
Jaguar F-Pace VS Land Rover Evoque
Jaguar announced that it will only produce and sell electric cars by 2025, which means that it is less than four years away. This means that the F-Pace you want to buy may be the last Jaguar with a real engine. As shiftup.club said about the advent of worldwide electric revolution which is just round the corner, we might have very little time in our hand to cherish these gas guzzling masterpieces.
The original Range Rover Evoque was a victory. The car was at the right time and in the right place and that helped secure its sales. This is a small SUV that fell into the untrained high-end segment, became a design icon, and later became the fastest Land Rover. However, over the years, competitors have caught up and Range Rover then produced the impressive Velar in a higher range. Due to this, an unexpected thing happened, the Evoque looks outdated. Finally, Range Rover released the second-generation version for the Evoque.
Jaguar F-Pace VS Land Rover Evoque Specs
The Jaguar F-Pace uses a P250-2.0-liter four-cylinder turbo gasoline engine with a power of 184 kW and 365 Nm; D300-3.0-liter six-cylinder turbo diesel engine with a power of 221 kW and 650 Nm; and P400 is a 3.0-liter six-cylinder gasoline engine with turbocharging. It can produce 294 kW and 550 Nm; P550 is a 5.0-liter V8 supercharged engine with a power of up to 405 kW and a torque of 700 Nm; for the SE level, you can choose between P250, D300, and P400. It is only equipped with P250, and SVR is of course only suitable for P550. D300 and D400 are new engines, both in-line six-cylinder engines, replacing the V6 engine in the old F-Pace. It can also be found in Defender and Range Rover. Jaguar refers to mild hybrids as D300 and P400, but don’t let these terms fool you. These engines are not hybrids, because, in addition to the internal combustion engine, there are electric motors that drive the wheels. A 48-volt electrical system reduces the load on the engine by helping the engine start and controlling electronic components such as air conditioning. Yes, it helps to save fuel, but avoid traffic jams. All these engines make a lot of noise, and no matter which one you choose, they all have an eight-speed automatic and four-wheel drive.
Evoque has too many engine options. In the case of P300, there are three types of gasoline and three types of diesel, ranging from standard to possible. All engine models are 2.0-liter supercharged engines under various operating conditions. They are all connected to a nine-speed torque converter all-wheel drive. Starting with diesel engines, most power levels provide entry-level D150 engines of 110 kW / 380 Nm, which can then be converted to diesel engines. The average output of the D180 increases these values to 132 kW / 430 Nm, and then to the maximum output of the D240, which provides 177 kW / 500 Nm. When it comes to gasoline, everything starts with the P200 with 147 kW / 320 Nm, then the P250 with 183 kW / 365 Nm, and finally the high-performance P300 with 221 kW / 400 Nm. The two main engine options also provide a 48V mild-hybrid electrical system that can throttle the engine and return to the auxiliary power system at speeds below 17 km/h. The brand claims that the system can reduce fuel consumption by 6%.
In case you are still confused about which to choose, we recommend you definitely go for the Jaguar F-Pace. If there are constraints on your budget, the Evoque is also not a bad choice. However, between these two cars, the F-Pace simply stands out. All the more because it is going to be extinct before the introduction of the new electric cars in 2025. The electric vehicle price in India and around the world is an indication of this!!!