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I can't find a sun shade for sale on the Jag web site .. is this a third party thing, got a link?
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I can't find a sun shade for sale on the Jag web site .. is this a third party thing, got a link?
https://gear.jaguar.com/us/en/i-pace...#tertiary-tabs

UV Sunshade - Front Windscreen
Tailor-made for the I-PACE windscreen and features Jaguar branding. Reflects the suns rays and helps to keep the interior of the vehicle cool.

Price: $183.50
Price excludes installation costs and taxes. Please see your Retailer for details.

Reference #: T4K1157
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Thanks guys!! Just ordered the one on eBay (w/tax+ship $85)
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I got two click bases and hooks. One for the wife's purse. Another for shopping bags. Ebay is the way to go.
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The floor mats and rear rubber mat came with the car (I am sure I paid for it). I ordered the Protective Second Row Seat Cover for my dogs. I haven't put it in yet, but it looks better than anything I could order online ard it actually goes around the doors, not just the front and back seat.

I also have the Roof Cross Bars that I ordered for my XF. I am really hoping they fit my iPace, as I spent more than $400 on them and would hate to think I have to buy new ones so i can put my bikes on the roof. I also bought 2 Wheel Mounted Cycle Carriers for my XF that are universal.

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Ok so I am looking at the rear rubber mat again from JLR vs WeatherTech.

WeatherTech has that lip around the edge that I like. I also like the hold downs that I use with some elastic straps but these would protrude through the mat and negate the lip feature to trap liquids.

JLR mat picture seems to show an edge around the middle area where it would still work in a limited fashion if I pinched holes at the corners to allow access to the tie down rings.

Anyone have a JLR mat that could confirm my thoughts? WeatherTech also seems to have some access spots that I could cut out.




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Time2Roll, I have the JLR cargo mat, and I think I understood your request. I've included pics of the right rear and right front corners, with and without the mat to show location of the tie hooks relative to the mat's lip and pattern. Hope this helps!
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Just to note, the JLR mat is designed so you can cut off pieces of it to expose the tie downs or leave room for the dog gate bolts. It works rather well.
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Ok so I am looking at the rear rubber mat again from JLR vs WeatherTech.

WeatherTech has that lip around the edge that I like. I also like the hold downs that I use with some elastic straps but these would protrude through the mat and negate the lip feature to trap liquids.

JLR mat picture seems to show an edge around the middle area where it would still work in a limited fashion if I pinched holes at the corners to allow access to the tie down rings.

Anyone have a JLR mat that could confirm my thoughts? WeatherTech also seems to have some access spots that I could cut out.



In addition to what others have said, the ‘lip’ of the mat is approximately 3/16”, so not nearly as big as the Weathertech, it would be adequate for minor spills
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It's not going to hold a gallon of liquid either way on a twisty road. Had a gallon of juice shatter in the truck bed, and had a gallon of tea shatter once in the BMW trunk. Fortunately the latter was unsweetened, so all the vital electronics in the spare wheel well under the trunk (nice move BMW!) worked after I dried it out. Otherwise $2000 in controllers. As for the truck, well, my wife hosed it out.
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