Jaguar I-Pace: Fully Electric, Long Range, & a Great Buy

Posted 8/12/19

Looking to buy a great electric vehicle? For 2019, the Jaguar I-Pace is one of the best electric European vehicles you can get for your money. Our Jaguar technicians swear by this one. And we should now. We repair and care for Jaguars all day long. We know them like the blisters on our fingers.

But don’t just take it from us. Take it from Green Car Reports. The environmental car journal named the Jaguar I-Pace a finalist for the “Best Car to Buy in 2019.”

The Jaguar I-Pace isn’t just any car. It is the first fully electric, longer-range vehicle from a long-established luxury brand.

Green Car Reports noted:

“For that set, the I-Pace offers a lot to love, mostly concerning how it was conceived to look, perform, ride, and drive—all Jaguar strengths. We’ve found it has surprisingly many less-desirable traits in its execution, however, apart from those core design and performance points.”

The Art of Great Design

The car’s a beauty, outside and in. Jaguar has “turned an inherently challenging shape into something that from most angles looks beautiful, curvaceous, and planted. Inside it feels like no details are amiss. The cabin’s materials and textures are well-coordinated, and each of the cars we’ve sampled in pre-production form have been soundly assembled, with no squeaks, rattles, or loose pieces.”

It’s a beauty. Get yours today and bring it in to our Cincinnati auto repair shop. We’d love to see a car this impressive in person.

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