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47 Monthly Payments of
£1320 + VAT Per Month
Your first month's payment
£5280 + VAT
Higher annual mileage can be quoted on application
Free local delivery. Nationwide delivery available
If you have bad credit, but can demonstrate that you are traceable and can afford the monthly payments you can get a Jaguar I-Pace car lease from Compass Vehicle Services. We accept all types of poor credit and do not use your credit score to make a decision.
If you have any questions about leasing or the application then get in touch and our friendly team will be happy to advise.
When we have received your completed application we will contact you and ask for the documents we need to support your application.
Our in-house team will have an answer usually in 2 working days of receiving your application and all your supporting documentation.
We create a unique, tailored lease agreement for each of our customers, to suit your specific requirements.
We make getting your car easy; collect it yourself or we can arrange nationwide delivery.
When your lease is due to expire you have 3 options. Return the car, extend your lease, or get a new car and a new lease.
If you’ve been waiting for luxury EVs to get serious, your time may have come here. In the future, there will certainly be better battery-powered electric vehicles than the I-PACE, but we don’t think that there are right at present. And we think that in future, experts will look back at this car as the one that made the EV concept properly credible for the premium buyer. Which makes it very significant indeed.
The I-PACE comes in one ‘EV400’ package with a 90kWh battery and a 395bhp all-wheel drive powertrain. There are five standard trim levels – ‘S’, ‘SE’, HSE’, ‘Black’ and ‘HSE Black’. Prices start at around £65,000 and range up to around £77,000.
Equipment levels are as generous as you would expect for the money being asked. Even the entry-level ‘S’ variant comes with 18-inch alloy wheels, full-LED headlights, sports seats, a Meridian sound system, a ‘Navigation Pro’ infotainment set-up, a rear parking camera, cruise control and heated door mirrors.
Auto Express says
The SUV is the first car to be based on the firm’s new ‘skateboard’ architecture, one that is for fully electric cars only and will go on to underpin a whole family of future Jag EVs.
It’s a real departure from classic Jaguars in terms of styling. With no large petrol or diesel engine to fit in, the bonnet can be much shorter and stubbier than the company’s saloon and SUV range. Jaguar may call it an SUV, but the I-Pace sits little higher than a conventional hatchback, which pays dividends for efficiency; the I-Pace should go further on a charge than its main rivals.
The I-Pace is powered by a 90kWh battery, which comes with an eight-year/100,000-mile warranty and drives two electric motors to give four-wheel drive. The system develops 396bhp and 696Nm of torque, which is enough for 0-62mph in 4.8 seconds and a range of up to 292 miles of ‘real world driving’.
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