Jaguar E-Pace interior
The controls and buttons on the Jaguar E-Pace’s dashboard are all easy to use but its design lacks flair and there are too many cheap-feeling plastics
Top-of-the-range Jaguar E-Pace interiors are thickly padded with leather that makes them look and feel posh and you can choose from a range of brighter leather colours to add a bit of flair to the cabin.
It’s much needed too, because the Jaguar E-Pace’s interior can seem quite dark and you can’t get it with swathes of contrasting trim pieces like in an Audi Q2, BMW X1 or Mercedes GLA. On the upside, you get large knobs to control the ventilation system and the stereo, so it’s easy to make adjustments as you drive along.
What isn’t so good is the interior quality. The plastics in the centre of the dashboard, around the gearstick and near the steering wheel have a hollow feeling to them that you wouldn’t get in the hewn-from-granite Audi Q2 or the plush BMW X1. There are even a few rough edges to be found beneath the steering wheel.
It’s a shame because the rest of the dashboard is covered in leather and the plastics used on the tops of the doors (in the front and the back) are soft to the touch.
Top-spec E-Paces have more leather than a cattle yard, but unfortunately some of the plastics feel like they should be used to bottle milk at the dairy
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