2.0 Diesel Ingenium and 3.0 SC petrol v6 at introduction.What Ingenium engines can we expect in the USA?
Will it compete directly with the Discovery Sport ?? :|
I hope they found some way into working in some F-TYPE dna into it's driving experience... sort of in a way to give us their version of a Porsche SUV.I think they look look sweet. But they're spendy. Competing as a slightly more affordable Macan. Also seem to lack the functional space of the DS. But I bet it is fun as **** to drive
The grille is indeed a winner and they can also take it a step further by changing up the grill insert design as a way to keep it fresh. Easy.Yeah, but I do think the Jaguar grill makes a nice looking front end. But I agree somewhat, and I also feel the same way about the new Mercedes GLC, reminds me of Infiniti as well.
Definitely not as unique looking as a DS.
Also to get reasonable equipment looking at 55-60k. Which is probably on par for a performance compact SUV like a Macan or X3 35i etc. Plus that crazy Jaguar warranty and included maintenance is really nice.
If I was in the market for something more performance oriented, it'd easily be at the top of my list.
well, just be aware of the B pillar "tick" issue with DS. it would bug the crap out of me, and i would never allow JLR to do the fix they have published. i am about to ink a deal for a MY17 DS-lux, but waiting to see what dealer assurances they will give me, otherwise i will be going back to vehicle hunting.When we explained to the sales rep that I was not shelling out 70K + for a SUV he pointed me in the direction of the Disco Sport. We are not ordering for another month but we have since test driven the disco sport and I have to admit, I actually prefer it over the jag.