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2020 Jaguar F-Pace Gets A Price Bump But Buyers Won't Care

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Two limited-edition trims are also added to the mix.

The Jaguar F-Pace crossover soldiers into the 2020 model year with relatively minimal changes, but there are two new special editions that will help keep the vehicle fresh. And yes, the F-Pace lineup does receive a price increase for every trim, but it’s hardly enough to break the bank for anyone in the market for an F-Pace. Furthermore, all F-Pace trims have standard Apple CarPlay and Android Auto, unlike new BMWs. The starting price for the base trim F-Pace 25t, which comes powered by the turbocharged 2.0-liter four-cylinder with 247 horsepower, begins at $45,200, which is $400 more than last year. Destination remains unchanged at $1,025.

The Premium, Prestige, and R-Sport trims for both the 25t and 30t increase in price as well. Premium is up by $500, Prestige by $350, and R-Sport by $300. The 30t Portfolio is also a $300 price bump over last year’s model, which is now priced at $64,625.

The F-Pace S, powered by the supercharged 3.0-liter V6 with 380 ponies, is up by the same amount, now priced at $63,125. The ultimate F-Pace, the SVR and its supercharged 5.0-liter V8 packing 550 hp, sees the largest price increase of all trims, by $620, for a new total of $81,625.

The two new limited-edition trims are the 300 Sport and Checkered Flag, both of which have already been announced, though we have pricing now. The 300 Sport, powered by the 296-hp version of the turbo-four, only starts at $63,025. That fairly significant price increase gets you things like unique exterior items, such as dark satin gray trim on the window surrounds and grille, side vents, mirrors, and rear fascia.

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The interior is equipped with yellow contrast stitching on the instrument panel and embossed logos on the front headrests. There’s also Touch Pro navigation with Connect Pro as standard. Riding on a set of 22-inch gray wheels, only three exterior colors are available: Yulong White, Indus Silver, and Santorini Black.

The Checkered Flag edition is based on the R-Sport and adds features like 20-inch gloss black wheels, Touch Pro navigation with Meridian auto, and three exterior color options: Yulong White, Eiger Grey, and Santorini Black. However, the only engine is the 247-hp turbo-four. Pricing here begins at $59,425.

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