Used Jaguar F-PACE cars for sale

We've got a fantastic selection of used Jaguar F-PACE cars for sale. Every second hand Jaguar F-PACE has a full history check and has been through a thorough mechanical inspection. All our Jaguar F-PACE cars are available only from trusted dealers, are all less than nine years old and come with a 14-day returns guarantee*

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Used Jaguar F-PACE pros and cons

+ One of the best SUVs to drive

+ Updated infotainment system is great

+ Good value for the kit you get

- Not particularly spacious

- Larger wheels give off a lot of road noise

- Switchgear is quite fiddly

Is a used Jaguar F-PACE a good car?

The Jaguar F-PACE is a stylish luxury SUV that serves as a compelling alternative to the more common German alternatives, such as the Audi Q5 and BMW X3.

While most SUVs are styled with a glimpse of their distant origins as off-roaders, the F-PACE could not be mistaken for a rough and ready 4x4. It looks like it’s wearing a three-piece suit rather than a waterproof jacket and walking shoes.

Traditionally, Jaguar lagged behind the Germans when it came to the interior, but the fit, finish and looks of post-2020 models rival the best of the best. However, it’s not the most spacious SUV to sit in and there’s a lot of road noise in models with larger alloys.

If you can sacrifice a little practicality and comfort, you’re rewarded with one of the best SUVs to drive. And with a range of petrol, diesel and plug-in hybrid powertrains, there’s decent variety too.

What to look for when buying a second hand Jaguar F-PACE

Jaguar Land Rover doesn’t have a good reputation when it comes to reliability, so while there are plenty of positive aspects of the way it looks and drives, there will always be that nagging worry about whether it will spend a lot of time in the garage.

A common theme is glitchy software, particularly relating to the infotainment system. Earlier InControl Touch media systems are prone to laggy responsiveness and freezing. When viewing a car, spend some time digging into the menus for any signs of these issues.

There are also some question marks around interior build quality, so poke and prod around the cabin for any signs of loose fittings. On a similar note, some owners have complained about creaking in the cabin, so listen out for that on your test drive. This is typically more of an issue with high-mileage cars.

The F-PACE has a three-year unlimited warranty, which is useful for those buying nearly new cars. Extended used car warranties are available and cars with this included are worth looking out for.

Jaguar F-PACE FAQs

Yes, the F-PACE has been exclusively 4x4 since the 2020 update. Before that there was also a rear-wheel drive option for entry-level versions.

The Jaguar F-PACE doesn’t have a great reliability record, with many of its issues relating to software glitches. And with Jaguar Land Rover’s poor reputation for reliability, it could be worth leaning towards a used example that’s still within its warranty, or look into third-party warranty packages.

The Jaguar F-PACE is 4,747mm long, 2,175mm wide (or 2,071 with the mirrors folded in) and 1,664mm high.

A plug-in hybrid version of the Jaguar F-PACE is available, badged P400e. It has an electric battery range of up to 40 miles, a power output of 404hp and a 0-60mph time of 5.0 seconds.

There is not an electric version of the Jaguar F-PACE. If you want an electric Jaguar you’ll need to look at the I-PACE, which has a range of up to 286 miles.

If low running costs are key, the plug-in hybrid model is your best bet. However, the best economy can only be achieved if you keep the battery topped up, and they are more expensive to buy than petrol and diesel models. If you do a lot of motorway miles, the diesel is your best bet.

In terms of trim, standard equipment is impressive, including 19-inch alloy wheels, leather upholstery and adaptive cruise control. SE models offer a good compromise of kit and cost, sitting in the middle of the range. 

Road tax for most newer F-PACE models is £520 per year, because they are eligible for the extra charge of £355 per year for cars with an original list price of more than £40,000. This is only for years two to six after the first registration, when the charge reverts to the standard £165 fee. This standard fee also applies to any F-PACE that cost less than £40,000 when new.

The Jaguar F-PACE has a maximum towing capacity of 2,400kg. The only powertrain that’s different is the P400e plug-in hybrid, which has a towing capacity of 2,000kg.

The Jaguar F-PACE is made at Jaguar Land Rover’s Sollihull plant on the outskirts of Birmingham, England.

As the only two SUVs in Jaguar’s line-up, there are some key differences between the E-PACE and F-PACE. The E-PACE is the smaller and less expensive of the two and much less comfortable. For the extra cash, the F-PACE looks and feels more posh than its smaller sibling and is much more relaxing to eat up the miles in.

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