Hot hatches, cubs and profitable paw prints: What people are saying about the Jaguar E-Pace

Jaguar's F-Pace has been a quick hit with consumers in the short time the crossover has been on the market. For an encore, the automaker has added a second, smaller crossover, the E-Pace, to its lineup. Set to arrive in January 2018, the crossover will be available with either a 246- or 296-hp Ingenium 2.0-liter gas engine and standard all-wheel-drive. Here's what people are saying about the latest Jaguar.


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