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post #1 of 20 (permalink) Old 06-01-2019, 05:40 PM Thread Starter
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Knowing what you know today would you still purchase your I-Pace

Curious, if knowing what you now today would you still purchase your I-Pace? If so why and if not, why?
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Curious, if knowing what you now today would you still purchase your I-Pace? If so why and if not, why?
This has been asked previously and my answer remains the same. Not a chance, for a very long list of reasons...
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Absolutely YES

Even more so now with $5,000+ discounts.
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I most certainly would! Things may change as I own the car longer but I was tired of driving an ICE that gives 17-18 MPG in city driving - a normal sized 4 door sedan with a 4 cyl turbocharged engine that I didn't push hard. We're averaging over 100 MPGe and don't spew emissions especially when stopped. BEVs are the near-term future and I'm excited to own one and the I-PACE is worth owning.
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Yupyou bet. Greatest vehicle ever.
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Absolutely despite the annoyances it is a car with great character, and I find its the one I want to drive most right now. My first Jaguar.
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I go to sleep thinking about the car, wake up thinking about it and think of reasons to drive it! Yes, I've only owned it a month but have never felt like this towards a car. Not a shred of buyers remorse.
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Most car enthusiasts are searching for a car that they feel truly connected. The I-Pace delivers this connection by instant acceleration , torque vectoring in an AWD platform, and braking as soon as you release the accelerator. As many I-Pace owners have expressed it is an exhilarating driving experience. I think I have even read that some Jaguar engineers feel it is the best handling Jaguar ever built.
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Most car enthusiasts are searching for a car that they feel truly connected. The I-Pace delivers this connection by instant acceleration , torque vectoring in an AWD platform, and braking as soon as you release the accelerator. As many I-Pace owners have expressed it is an exhilarating driving experience. I think I have even read that some Jaguar engineers feel it is the best handling Jaguar ever built.
This is my 4th Jag (S-Type, XJR, XK8) and loved every one. I felt at home in the XJR and loved everything about it until things started to go wrong. I also loved my Saabs that I drove for over 30 years. 1984 900T and 2010 9-5 Aero were special amongst them but the I-PACE is truly unique.

My perfect garage would be the I-PACE and 2010 9-5. I sold the Saab after the Spyker bankruptcy. I took the car in for service and the dealer couldn't find an air filter for it and I knew right then that it was unmaintainable. I was depressed for months after selling it. Awesome car but couldn't save the company.
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Just went on a lovely Saturday afternoon drive with my wife, on windy coastal mountain roads to the coast and back. Absolutely divine experience. Yes would buy it again. Amazing vehicle.
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