Jaguar E-Pace Oil Type

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Jaguar E-Pace

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You can find 18 different trims for the Jaguar E-Pace and their corresponding recommended oil type.

The years available stretch from 2017 through to 2024 and to view the oil type and capacity you just click to expand.

Jaguar first debuted the E-Pace in 2017, becoming the second production SUV from Jaguar under Jaguar Land Rover.

Styling takes clear inspiration from the F-Type, although in an SUV form. This comes as no surprise because of the sheer success that the sports car received upon its release.

There has only been a single generation of the model since its release, but it did receive a decent facelift in 2021, which also included updates to the powertrain.

Being a premium subcompact crossover means that the model has faced hefty competition over the years.

The E-Pace faces competition mainly from the premium German brands. The most notable of these include the Audi Q3, BMW X1, and Mercedes GLA. The hugely popular Volvo XC40 also comes to mind.

Trim levels include the base model, followed by the R-Dynamic, and the premium R-Dynamic Black. There is also the P300, a facelifted version of the E-Pace with its own unique trim.

The ā€˜Eā€™ in its name is often inappropriately thought to indicate that the model is an EV, especially these days where there are seemingly more being released everyday. However, the E-Pace is powered mainly by either petrol or diesel engines.

Petrol engines consist of either a 1.5 L or 2.0 L inline-4, while the diesel version is fitted with only the 2.0 L offering.

Jaguar has mated these engines with either an 8-speed or a 9-speed automatic transmission, depending on the power output chosen by the customer.

As of the 2020 facelift, Jaguar included both a MHEV and PHEV version of the E-Pace.