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Jaguar F-Pace R-Sport AWD

£77,773

€91,407

ABS, Adaptive lighting, Alloy wheels, Bluetooth, CD player, Central locking, Cruise control, Daytime running lights, Electric heated seats, Electric seat adjustment, Electric side mirror, Electric windows, ESP, Fog lamp, Four wheel drive, Full Service History, Hands-free kit, Immobilizer, Isofix (child seat anchor points), Leather seats, Light sensor, MP3 interface, Multifunction steering wheel, Navigation system, Non-smoker vehicle, On-board computer, Panoramic roof, Particulate filter, Power Assisted Steering, Rain sensor, Roof rack, Ski bag, Sport seats, Sports package, Sports suspension, Start-stop system, Sunroof, Traction control, Trailer coupling, Tuner/radio, Warranty, Xenon headlights

Categories: | Jaguar | 4x4 |

Specifications

  • SKU: Jaguar-F-Pace-5793
  • Car Type: 4x4
  • Age: 2016
  • Fuel: Diesel
  • Transmission: Automatic
  • Seats: 5
  • Climatisation: Automatic air conditioning
  • Interior Colour: Beige
  • Fuel Consumption Urban: 6.9 l/100
  • Kilometres: 6000
  • Vehicle Condition: Like New
  • Doors: 5
  • Model: F-Pace
  • Colour Filter: Grey Metallic
  • First Registration: 06/2016
  • Interior Design: Full leather
  • Fuel Consumption Combined: 6.0 l/100
  • Fuel Consumption Extra Urban: 5.6 l/100 km
  • Drive: Left Hand Drive

Check out this Jaguar has Automatic transmission with a Diesel engine. It has Electric side mirror, Electric windows, Fog lamp, Light sensor, Navigation system

One of the world's most well know elite car brands, Jaguar has been at the forefront of the luxury driving market since its inception in 1922.

This iconic luxury brand is synonymous with affluence and style. Jaguar has supplied cars for the British Prime Minister, the Queen and Prince Charles.

Buy today from our range of left hand drive Jaguars and be part of that illustrious heritage. We also stock high-powered Jaguar supercars for those who prefer life in the fast lane.

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