A sports car in SUV clothing: The Jaguar E-Pace reviewed
The compact SUV has been around for a couple of decades, if you consider the Suzuki Samurai to be the first of its ilk. As SUVs have grown in popularity, especially in North America, almost all manufacturers have gotten in on the action, with models to fit all sizes of parking space.
Jaguar was slow to arrive on the SUV scene, only launching the F-Pace for the 2017 model year. The car maker seems to be content to let its corporate sibling Land Rover build larger SUVs, as Jaguar's second entry into SUV land is the subcompact E-Pace. Starting at $38,600 (you'll want to spend more, naturally), the E-Pace is an incredibly fun car to drive, albeit with a few quirks.