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Car 10

Throughout the month of December, Accept Car Finance will be focusing on the 12 Cars Of Christmas as a way to highlight a dozen models that are perfectly suited to the frosty temperatures, challenging weather and icy road conditions. Today, we present the Tenth Car Of Christmas, and playing the role of Ten Lords-A-Leaping is the Jaguar F-Pace.

Jaguar F-Pace At A Glance

The Jaguar F-Pace is one of the more recent Jaguar models to leave the production line, having been unveiled at a motor show in 2015 and having a full release the following year. At its core, the F-Pace is a compact luxury crossover SUV vehicle, though it doesn’t stretch quite as high or quite as long as other SUV cars available, but the F-Pace makes up for that with the high quality and attention to detail paid towards ensuring the smoothest and most enjoyable drive possible when travelling in such a motor.

It also still manages to offer plenty of space for both the driver and passengers; if anything, the F-Pace manages to find a unique selling point by offering an SUV that is spacious and comfortable, but is also not intimidating on the eye and is effectively a humble, modest SUV model. Sometimes, the overarching size of a vehicle, especially an SUV, can actually serve as something of a deterrent, in particular to motorists who are accustomed to driving a smaller, more compact vehicle. Getting behind the wheel of a large, bulky motor is not an experience that all drivers wish to have, and they can sometimes feel like they are losing some of their control as a result; how could they manage such a powerhouse of a vehicle, especially when there are slippery surfaces and challenging conditions to try and navigate through? The Jaguar F-Pace, though, manages to circumvent these questions by offering a model that still achieves the core requirements of a typical SUV while keeping size to a minimum and still offering lots of room. The upshot is a reduced learning curve, a lower sense of nervousness when first attempting to drive the model, and a generally more positive feeling when planning to purchase and use an F-Pace car.

Suitability For Winter

The Jaguar F-Pace has the option for either a petrol or a diesel engine, but both are powerful and large enough to accommodate plenty of fuel, which not only relaxes the driver about the reliability of their car and avoiding the possibility of breaking down in the snow, but it also means that the motorist will not have to spend nearly as much on continuously refuelling the vehicle. This achieves a suitability aspect for the winter in a different way: cutting down gas costs, with that money then being possible to use for gifts for loved ones.

As for whether the Jaguar F-Pace as a machine is capable of handling the winter climate: well, the manufacturer decided to put it to the test in a very intriguing manner. The extensive trials of the vehicle included the F-Pace being sent out to the north of Sweden, where it was subject to lengthy driving trips through temperatures of -40°C. Considering that our coldest levels at their worst tend to hover around the -10°C-12°C mark except for extreme circumstances, it is safe to say that, having managed through such ice-cold conditions, the Jaguar F-Pace is more than adept at managing through the typical British wintertime.

Current Finance Plans for the Jaguar F-Pace

For those wishing to buy a Jaguar F-Pace, you are in luck because we have got some incredible finance deals right now that match the price that you will find anywhere else for this exciting range.

One of those is for a 2019 registration Jaguar F-Pace, which is very fresh to the road as it has only driven up 11,000 miles so far. This silver-coated vehicle boasts a 1999 engine while it runs on diesel power with automatic transmission. To add this version of the Jaguar F-Pace to your car collection today will cost £146 per week, which would equate to just under £600 per month; £588 to be precise.

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There is also an alternative deal for a slightly older version of the Jaguar F-Pace. That would be for a 2016 registration model, which comes with a grey bodywork and has a mileage of 26,000 from the past three years of driving. Like with our first example, this vehicle also has a 1999 engine and runs on diesel power with automatic transmission, but its increased age and mileage allow its value to be reduced to £121 per week, or £484 per month.

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Summary

The Jaguar F-Pace offers something different amongst the variety of SUV vehicles around, and that is quite an accomplishment, especially since it comes largely from how the car looks than how it feels. It stands out, and some would say not for the right reasons, but we would suggest that it is more likely to strike a chord with those who have either never owned an SUV, as well as for those who might want to buy an SUV but are put off by the size and scale of a usual SUV motor. By closely linking with traditional cars while still offering all of the major features that a driver would hope for from an SUV, as well as being powerful, safe, comfortable, roomy and fully manageable in the harshest of weather conditions, the Jaguar F-Pace ticks almost every box imaginable, and is a worthy inclusion amongst our 12 Cars Of Christmas.

Further Information

For additional details about the Jaguar F-Pace & car finance deal available at Accept Car Finance by speaking to us on 01925 599079.

Over 95% of our stock is available to everyone as we offer cars with no deposit deals at unbeatable low fixed interest rates.

As part of our services, we deliver the car to your premises of choice within the UK. Lately we have delivered cars in most major towns including the Southern cities & midlands: (London, Birmingham, Leicester), Northern cities (Manchester, Liverpool, Sheffield, Leeds, Newcastle), and Scottish cities (Edinburgh, Glasgow).

For all of our 12 Cars Of Christmas, check out our blog at www.accept-car-finance.co.uk/blog