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I realized that I haven't posted my final numbers for others to reference. I know some have gotten better deals but as long as you're happy with it, that's all that matters. Blue and Red cars are harder and harder to come by here in TX so we're glad we pulled the trigger when we did! I was looking specifically for a TX dealer because that way I would qualify for the TX EV credit. Here are my details / numbers (according to my contract):

Deal date was 10/26/2020

Build Sheet Details:
Vehicle Price 76,250.00
590AE - 20MY I-PACE EV400 SE 0.00
031QE - 20" 5 Spoke Style 5068 Gloss Black Wheels 600.00
032DV - Heated Steering Wheel 250.00
032MB - Black Exterior Pack 375.00
065AM - Adaptive Cruise Control w/Stop & Go 0.00
070AV - Powered Tailgate 0.00
188HA - Light Oyster Morzine Headlining 0.00
1AF - Firenze Red Metallic Paint 710.00
300BT - 10-way Heated Memory Front Sport Seats 500.00
300NB - Ebony Grained Leather Seats 0.00
IP001 - Premium Interior Protection Pack 550.00
IP003 - Chrome Wheel Lock Pack 250.00
IP007 - Panoramic Sunshade Pack 200.00
JAX90 - Car Care Pack 55.00
JAX92 - Basic Rear Seat Convenience Pack 230.00
Subtotal 79,970.00
Freight 1,025.00

Contract Details:
MSRP: $80,995.00
Sale Price: $60,761.00
TX State Sales Tax: $3766.50
Doc Fee: $157.25
License Fee: $148.25
Title Fee: $33.00
State Inspection Fee: $7.00
Processing Fee: $4.75
Dealer Inventory Tax: $121.61
Covered transport delivery from Houston to Dallas: $0!
SUB TOTAL: $64,999.36

Cash Down: $7,500.00
Loan Amount: $57,499.36


Federal Tax EV Credit: $7,500.00
Texas EV Credit: $2,500.00 (Check for full amount received about 6 weeks after submitted)

If we max out the (non-refundable) Federal Tax credit on our 2020 income taxes, then we will have received an $81K vehicle for $55K before our down payment. Much better car/experience (for us) than the other EV alternatives at the time of this writing. I hope this helps anyone who is trying to get some idea of what to look for.

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TL;DR - If you are looking for an I-Pace, make sure it has the options you need/want/wish for regardless of trim level.

I also wanted to offer some advice for people (like me when I was originally shopping) less familiar with the I-Pace trim level options work . Originally I wasn't aware of how Jaguar actually specs out their S, SE and HSE trims. When I would ask dealers what they had in inventory, some of them would ask me which trim level I was looking for rather than what options I was looking for. Many times they would respond with, "we have x number of HSE's in stock," vs telling me they actually had ~5-8 I-Paces and giving me the options lists for them. I didn't realize that many S and SE trims are spec'd up to similar or higher level HSE trim level options. I unfortunately didn't ask the right questions to get the results I was looking for. This was my fault for not searching the internet sites well enough and relying on Jag sales people for answers. When my original HSE plan fell through, I was asked to look at a deal on a S trim in a different color but I quickly dismissed it thinking it wouldn't have what I wanted on it. I had already started a backup deal (on the car I have now!) so I told the original dealer thank you but I'm good.
 

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I realized that I haven't posted my final numbers for others to reference. I know some have gotten better deals but as long as you're happy with it, that's all that matters. Blue and Red cars are harder and harder to come by here in TX so we're glad we pulled the trigger when we did! I was looking specifically for a TX dealer because that way I would qualify for the TX EV credit. Here are my details / numbers (according to my contract):

Deal date was 10/26/2020

Build Sheet Details:
Vehicle Price 76,250.00
590AE - 20MY I-PACE EV400 SE 0.00
031QE - 20" 5 Spoke Style 5068 Gloss Black Wheels 600.00
032DV - Heated Steering Wheel 250.00
032MB - Black Exterior Pack 375.00
065AM - Adaptive Cruise Control w/Stop & Go 0.00
070AV - Powered Tailgate 0.00
188HA - Light Oyster Morzine Headlining 0.00
1AF - Firenze Red Metallic Paint 710.00
300BT - 10-way Heated Memory Front Sport Seats 500.00
300NB - Ebony Grained Leather Seats 0.00
IP001 - Premium Interior Protection Pack 550.00
IP003 - Chrome Wheel Lock Pack 250.00
IP007 - Panoramic Sunshade Pack 200.00
JAX90 - Car Care Pack 55.00
JAX92 - Basic Rear Seat Convenience Pack 230.00
Subtotal 79,970.00
Freight 1,025.00

Contract Details:
MSRP: $80,995.00
Sale Price: $60,761.00
TX State Sales Tax: $3766.50
Doc Fee: $157.25
License Fee: $148.25
Title Fee: $33.00
State Inspection Fee: $7.00
Processing Fee: $4.75
Dealer Inventory Tax: $121.61
Covered transport delivery from Houston to Dallas: $0!
SUB TOTAL: $64,999.36

Cash Down: $7,500.00
Loan Amount: $57,499.36


Federal Tax EV Credit: $7,500.00
Texas EV Credit: $2,500.00 (Check for full amount received about 6 weeks after submitted)

If we max out the (non-refundable) Federal Tax credit on our 2020 income taxes, then we will have received an $81K vehicle for $55K before our down payment. Much better car/experience (for us) than the other EV alternatives at the time of this writing. I hope this helps anyone who is trying to get some idea of what to look for.

edit:
TL;DR - If you are looking for an I-Pace, make sure it has the options you need/want/wish for regardless of trim level.

I also wanted to offer some advice for people (like me when I was originally shopping) less familiar with the I-Pace trim level options work . Originally I wasn't aware of how Jaguar actually specs out their S, SE and HSE trims. When I would ask dealers what they had in inventory, some of them would ask me which trim level I was looking for rather than what options I was looking for. Many times they would respond with, "we have x number of HSE's in stock," vs telling me they actually had ~5-8 I-Paces and giving me the options lists for them. I didn't realize that many S and SE trims are spec'd up to similar or higher level HSE trim level options. I unfortunately didn't ask the right questions to get the results I was looking for. This was my fault for not searching the internet sites well enough and relying on Jag sales people for answers. When my original HSE plan fell through, I was asked to look at a deal on a S trim in a different color but I quickly dismissed it thinking it wouldn't have what I wanted on it. I had already started a backup deal (on the car I have now!) so I told the original dealer thank you but I'm good.
Would love to see a copy of that sales receipt. In AZ, you can get maybe $5k off list and they don't have many to choose from.
 

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Would love to see a copy of that sales receipt. In AZ, you can get maybe $5k off list and they don't have many to choose from.
Here you go!
-Build Sheet
-Deal Estimate negotiated between me an salesperson before signing with finance
-final Sales page

Ultimately I said I wanted an OTD price of $65K before my downpayment and they agreed. ($60,761 before taxes and fees in Texas for the car.)

note:
I asked for certain things and some were documented and others were left off.

My car’s original 5068 gloss black wheels had been swapped. At the dealer with some F-Pace 22” wheels so the dealer had a $9K add-on. I told them I wouldn’t pay that much so they swapped some 5068 diamond turned wheels from another car and had them powder coated black for me.
They delivered my car from Houston to Dallas for free.
They replaced some of the “accessory pack” items and gave me some extras for free.
We agreed I didn’t want to pay for the dealer services and anti theft add-ons but they’re on the sales sheet.
 

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