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How much you will pay per month to own a new Jaguar F-Pace

At a starting price of R1.12 million, buying a new Jaguar F-Pace will cost you R21,000 per month using a vehicle finance plan.

This is according to a calculation by TopAuto.

Jaguar’s new F-Pace SUV – which is available to order locally – features a range of new elements.

This includes a wider bonnet bulge, an enlarged grille, and redesigned air intakes with dark mesh detailing.

In the power department, Jaguar provides buyers with the option of two diesel engines and three petrol engines.

Their power and torque figures are as follows:

  • Diesel, 2.0-litre, four-cylinder – 147kW and 430Nm
  • Diesel, 3.0-litre, six-cylinder – 221kW and 700Nm
  • Petrol, 2.0-litre, four-cylinder – 184kW and 365Nm
  • Petrol, 3.0-litre, six-cylinder – 294kW and 550Nm
  • Petrol, plug-in hybrid – 297kW and 640Nm

All models also include a 5-year/100,000km Jaguar Care Plan as part of a purchase.

Monthly payments

To work out how much a buyer will pay for a new F-Pace when using a vehicle finance plan, we can use the calculation below.

For this example, we will use the cheapest option on offer – the Jaguar F-Pace D200 for R1,122,500.

  • Car Price – R1,122,500
  • Payment Term – 60 terms (5 years)
  • Interest – 9%
  • Deposit – 10%
  • Balloon – No balloon payment
  • Extras – No optional extras

The result is a monthly car finance payment of R21,000.

The total amount of interest you will pay over this finance plan is R248,300.

If you went for the top-end Jaguar F-Pace P400e R-Dynamic – which retails for R1,672,700 – you would pay R31,300 per month in finance payments.

Total interest paid for this vehicle would then be R369,800.

It must be noted that these calculations are for the vehicle finance payments only.

Insurance premiums and fuel costs have not been included. Owners may also need to pay for services or repairs once their vehicle falls outside the included maintenance agreement.

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