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The all-electric I-PACE recently went head to head with three other prestige electric SUVs in a Carsales review. Spoiler alert: it dominated the playing field.

The ‘Bench Test’ compared the I-PACE EV400 S model to the Audi e-tron 50 quattro, Mercedes-Benz EQC 400 4MATIC and even the Tesla Model X Long Range. Carsales took many things into consideration, including general “wins and losses”, focussing on both price and performance.

Here’s why Carsales placed the I-PACE ahead of the electric pack.


According to Carsales, the I-PACE “takes the first point”, thanks to having the most efficient electric motors, combining to produce a hefty 249kW of power.


One of the huge benefits of an electric car is that charging is considerably cheaper than the unpredictable price of petrol. Additionally, the I-PACE’s battery is both reasonably priced and has a large 90kWh capacity.

“When it comes to measuring kilowatt-hours against price, the Jaguar is the clear winner”, says Carsales.


According to Carsales, when comparing range for all four vehicles, the I-PACE “scrubs up well”.

“If there’s one vehicle that stands out for going further, more efficiently, it’s the Jaguar.”

The I-PACE has an impressive range of up to 470km on a single charge, thanks to the combination of a powerful high-tech lithium-ion battery and a lighter body.


After the thorough evaluation, there was one clear winner in Carsales’ eyes.

“With its efficient PMAC motors, its lower weight and relatively larger battery capacity, the Jaguar scored very well… and finished first.”

But don’t just take their word for it, explore the victorious all-electric I-PACE for yourself.