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Jaguar I-Pace SE 2019 review: snapshot


Daily driver score

3.8/5

Urban score

3.8/5

The $130,200 I-Pace SE is the second rung in the pure-electric SUV line-up, sitting $11,200 above the $119,000 S and $8600 beneath the $140,800 HSE. 

Beyond the S’s spec list, the SE adds leather seat trim with 10-way power adjustment and memory settings up the front, what’s described as ‘Premium LED’ headlights, a power tailgate, auto-dimming folding door mirrors, and 'Style 6007' 20-inch alloys.

It also adds to the S’s safety arsenal, with the 'Drive Pack' bringing adaptive cruise control with stop and go, high-speed AEB and blind-spot assist.

Providing electric drive to all four wheels are twin electric motors located on the front and rear axles, with combined outputs of 294kW/696Nm delivering claimed 0-100km/h acceleration in 4.8s. 

Its driving range is rated at 470km (WTLP) thanks to a 90kw/h battery lining the body's floor, which can be charged from empty in 43 hours via a standard power point, or regain 11km of charge per hour. 

You can step this up to 35km of range per hour with a Jet Charge wall box installed, which would cut the total charge time down to 13 hours. 

There’s also the option of charging at public charge stations (currently 150 compatible stations nationwide), but the current best-case charge scenario would be via the first 350kW ultra-rapid charger installed in Victoria, which promises 0-80 per cent charge in around 40 minutes.

All I-Pace variants carry a maximum five star ANCAP safety rating.

$119,000 - $140,800

Based on new car retail price

VIEW PRICING & SPECS

Daily driver score

3.8/5

Urban score

3.8/5