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Jaguar iPace  - £11870 Deposit, £10 fee + 36 monthly payments of £599 and optional final payment of £41004 - Total £77938 @ Jaguar
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Posted 19th JunPosted 19th Jun
Combining performance, beauty and innovation, the new all-electric Jaguar I-PACE produces zero emissions and offers up to a 292-mile** range on a single battery charge. With Jagua… Read more

yes Zoe is an amazing for the price. There's a new one coming with 52kWh battery for longer range.


Auto express ha ha , like they know more that some one who has worked on the EDU's


I’ve owned the previous generation Zoe. That’s a brilliant little car. Adding another 10kw to the battery and the other body/interior enhancements make a great car brilliant. For the money it will be the best EV £ for £ out there.


As I said, nope. They are joining up to produce the next generation(s), and it looks like BMW are actually in need of Jag's electric knowhow, rather than the other way around;


yep joint venture until JLR learn to build their own they are using BMW kit

Roadsterz Volt 6V Electric Quad £29 / Jaguar F-Type Electric / Land Rover Defender 6v Electric Ride on Car - £39 @ Halfords (Free C&C)
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Great offers on kids electric ride ons at Halfords (y) Available online / in store with free c&c Roadsterz Volt 6V Electric Ride On Quad £29 (Was £50) Zoom around o… Read more
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I had an F-Type R until we had a kid - so I guess what goes around comes around. Ordered. XD


Thanks, bought a Jag and a Land rover for my god kids


Not 12V Good price though and 10% off halfords if you have AA membership

Jaguar F-Pace 2.0d R-Sport 5dr Auto AWD [2020] - Lease - Initial Fee £3,647.48 / £299 - £405.28 x 35 months - £18,131.28 @ Select Car
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Have been looking at these for some time. They have usually been over £450/month. So £405 looks great. 5000 miles at £382/month.
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Where on earth do you get your "facts" from?


You are absolutely right young man. That’s why most lottery winners go bankrupt a few years later.


Yeah if I won the lottery that’s the first thing I would think ....... yes straight down to the ford dealers to get that lovely ford I always dreamed of


Oh look.. A car that shows everyone you have more money than brains... Every brand new car on our roads is the same as pouring at least 3200 litres of petrol out and setting fire to it! Is it hybrid? No Is it Phev? No EV? No Then it will waste fuel and contribute to our warming planet! Choose the Ipace instead..


Agree stock market isn’t the best of investments at present. The money I have lost would have paid many times over for a nice car but I learnt my lesson at least ;).

Jaguar XE R Sport - £7,654 Deposit / £299 per Month x 49 Months - Total Cost £27,210.00 @ Marshall Shop
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Posted 3rd JunPosted 3rd Jun
Available from £299 a Month, £299 Customer Deposit, £7,355 Marshall Deposit Contribution & 0% APR Representative* Representative Example XE R-Sport 2.0 Ingenium Auto Monthly P… Read more
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I have to say i'm glad to see really good deals appearing on petrol variants of cars. Far too long its been diesel, diesel, diesel. This is a cracking deal, especially with 0% finance.


Just like M Sport, S Line and AMG Line. It'll get you a better spec too as well as those badges though.


No longer own one . 330d engine is probably best in range in terms of power (250) and torque and economy. Personally no problems. BMW have had tons of problems over the years with likes of engine issues 328 ,335,320d timing chains etc ,alloy wheels cracking. If you want reliability it's a Lexus .


And you drive a BMW, had any issues with it?.


We ran quite a few jlr cars on our company fleet ,all were back in no time for various warranty issues.Makes it harder to support the brand when the cars are off the road constantly .Yes iam sure it happens to other prestige brands but that was our findings with jlr.

Jaguar Prescription Glasses £24.99 delivered and Sunglasses £34.99 delivered with code @ Specky Four Eyes
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You now also get a Free case worth £3.00 with your order
Jaguar Prescription glasses and sunglasses reduced when you use code: JAG20 Prescription glasses to drop from £120 to £20 plus £4.99 delivery (£24.99 total) and prescription sungl… Read more

Mine arrived today, ordered 3 weeks ago. Quality is good, customer service are quick to respond, also bought another pair on the animal offer, both with the free lens option. on both occasions was offered the anti scratch and anti glare option for £9.99 instead of £20 so I took it for one of them. My only downsides are the case supplied is a little too small for the glasses so it doesn't close properly and could potentially damage the glasses over time. Also the lenses are not polished on the edges so you can see the white around the edge of the lens. Not such a big problem for full lenses but it looks better when polished.


This is the 4th order for me from Specky. Glasses are good... Worth the waiting I guess.


I bought the Animal offer a while ago. Takes a very very very long time to get them but I guess you get the service you pay for! (glasses are good too)


First I added the case and saw they were charging me for it. So removed it from the basket and placed the order without it. Noticed in my order receipt they've included it.


"You now also get a Free case worth £3.00 with your order" How do you get the free case too? :/

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Roadsterz 6V Electric Ride On Quad Blue now £30 C+C / Land Rover Defender now £50 / Jaguar F-Type now £50 Delivered @ Halfords
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Roadsterz 6V Electric Ride On Quad Blue now £30 C+C / Land Rover Defender now £50 / Jaguar F-Type now £50 Delivered @ Halfords
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Thought these might be useful now it looks like we're getting some sun for the Bank Holiday Weekend :) Halford's have a small promo with Up to 40% Off Selected Electric Ride Ons… Read more
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I weep for those of you thinking your child will be taught by such a thing over an equivalent child-powered device, but I’m dubious you can be serious. That said, I agree with QBeems; totally wanted one myself and can see the charm and appeal. I just fear for those that may think they are giving their child “time outdoors” and the benefits of that when they are just sat down. However, if your sensible and it’s just part of their experience or a time to relax for an active child like tyliu said then fair enough.


Just got one today for our 2.5 year old. It's great so far, holds a good charge so he gets around 90 mins at a time! It will teach him forward, reverse and stop as well as assist hand eye coordination with steering. For £30 I simply couldn't ask for more! Thanks OP!


Teaches stop go reverse steer. Pedal switch. Not crashing. They get bored every 10 mins and change activity anyway. I have one of these from when they were £22. That’s all they’re worth really. Very cheap and nasty one wheel drive that loses traction. Also suitable for 1-2 year old due to size but they have to say 3 years and over in the EU due to CE rules.


Good point. I wanted one of these so badly when I was small though. Driving around in my own little car. Sounds like a lot of fun.

Jaguar Prescription Glasses £26.99 delivered and Sunglasses £36.99 delivered with code @ Specky Four Eyes
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Jaguar Prescription Glasses £26.99 delivered and Sunglasses £36.99 delivered with code @ Specky Four Eyes
A really good price for Jaguar Prescription glasses and sunglasses! Use code JAGUAR at checkout to get prescription glasses to drop from £120 to £22 plus £4.99 delivery (£26.99 t… Read more

This discount still working

jr007 Cover your CCV number too.


Which one


Hi thanks for the tip! I used PD Meter and had 65mm and ordered some long distance driving specs. Used a website and they emailed me a 63mm PD. Agh. Found my SSvers details of 64mm. Nice average.


I used an Android app called PD Meter and it was excellent. You have to hold a plastic card (eg Tesco clubcard - prob best not to use a credit card!) up to your face and the app, knowing exactly the size of a standard plastic card, can then determine the distance between your pupils

£98 off Jaguar glasses & sunglasses @ speckyfoureyes
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£98 off Jaguar glasses & sunglasses @ speckyfoureyes
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JAGUAR Prescription Glasses for only £22 JAGUAR Prescription Sunglasses for only £32, plus £4.99 postage
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OK, got an answer from them and followed advice. Choose clear non-prescription under 'fashion' option. Don't choose a package (unless you want thin:anti scratch) on the next screen is option of brown, green, grey sunglass lenses.




Oh, don't hold me to that, now you say that I'm not sure. Under that, there's two sub options "manufacturer non-prescription lenses" and "no lenses" As they're advertised as sunglasses I just assumed the standard lenses would be tinted. I think I'll ping them an email to check.


I tought that’s just going to be a clear glass option... but thanks ;)


Just choose 'fashion' under lens option

FREE pack of Jaguar Land Rover Top Trumps playing cards
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Posted 28th MarPosted 28th Mar
Remember the classic 80s game Top Trumps? Jaguar Land Rover are offering a FREE pack of Top Trumps playing cards when you download the digital game before the 1 June.

Mine just arrived


My new three pack has arrived ;) . ;) .


Got mine, ripped open and just saw them selling on eBay for £30-£50 (excited)


Mine haven't arrived


Mine arrived couple of days ago. Had a lot of fun sending the picture of the jaguar box to friends and them thinking I had bought one

Jaguar approved used £1000-£1500 deposit contribution, 2 years warranty
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Posted 11th FebPosted 11th Feb
Jaguar approved used £1000-£1500 deposit contribution, 2 years warranty
2016 models onwards only: £1000 - £1500 deposit contribution with 10.9% APR representative finance, includes 2 years warranty and road side assistance(Uk and Europe). 165 multi poi… Read more
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Sorry to bump an old thread but have a look at the price for used Renault Zoe's. I had looked at one a few years ago but decided against it and dodged the bullet - it's the most severely depreciating car money can buy in percentage terms. Anything you save in fuel will seem like pocket change compared to the catastrophic resale values.


Couldn't agree more... Well said.


The rest of the world disagrees. Jag's look great from the outside and they are pretty dynamic but inside they are low rent and poorly put together. All of JLR interiors are the same. The interior of the XF is just downright nasty. The new 5 series puts it to shame, as does an A6. Up a class and nothing is a match for an S-Class merc, nothing. Also, they break.....alot.


I have the latest Jaguar xjl.... Mercedes Bmw and Audi no match for the Jaguar the most prestigious head turning motor the most luxurious motor in it's class after owning Mercedes s500L and a Bmw 7 series would never go back to the Germans . And the service charges are a lot cheaper than 15 years ago so checkout a Jag you'll be surprised.



£30 Calvin Klein, Davidoff & Jaguar specs inc delivery with code @ Specky Four Eyes
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£30 Calvin Klein, Davidoff & Jaguar specs inc delivery with code @ Specky Four Eyes
£30 Calvin Klein glasses - use code CK30 to get £69 off £99 glasses. £30 Davidoff glasses - use code DAV30 to get £120 off £150 glasses. £30 Jaguar glasses - use code JAG30 to … Read more

Btw if you don't select any glazing options they always (always!) write to you saying that you can get the £19 option 2 at half price if you want it - I've bought from them so many times that I wish there was a way to just skip the whole rigmarole of not selecting any glazing and then adding option 2 for half price a day later. Handy to know for the future hopefully!


Good deal but looking for rimless. Heat added


Put in my prescription with the original order but you can add prescription later if need be.


I'm a Goggles4U customer of many years (just mentioning in case anyone wants to look on there). The website isn't as well laid out as most competitors, and you need to hunt to find what you like (Zenni Optical, for example, who aren't allowed on here, but I've ordered from a few times, have far funkier frames, but are a bit more expensive. Goggles4U has some great frames if you devote a bit of time searching). Weirdly, the UK website doesn't accept some coupon codes, but you can order from the US site and add them. I got Coated 1.56 Progressive Lens Frames (varifocals, without a line - I have a "medium" prescription) for $47.29 (circa £36) with code Cyber45 (45% off) - worked out cheaper than the UK website price. They all get manufactured and shipped from the same place, anyway! I got these frames, then realised they had them in a purpley colour for the same price - G4U don't seem to have Live Chat any more (?) but you can email who changed the order pretty quickly for me. These are my first varifocals (been buying Distance glasses from G4U for about ten years - so will report back if anyone's interested). Specsavers were going to charge me a small fortune!! From previous orders, from order to delivery to the UK, it's about 10-14 days. They used to sell "Designer Frames" but from experience, I got Vivienne Westwood sunglasses and Fendi distance glasses from there - neither of them were searchable from the SKU numbers printed on the frames - anywhere. There were various reviews saying their Designer options were fakes, so I didn't bother after buying those. Must be why they don't sell Designer options any more. G4U are great if you have any issues, too, they usually offer to send you out a replacement pair, unlike Zenni, who offer you a piddling few quid!


No upgrade email after a day of ordering.

Jaguar E-PACE 2.0d 5dr 2WD Manual PCP 6k miles per annum £278.82 per month 48m 279 deposit @ Stratstone
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Jaguar E-PACE 2.0d 5dr 2WD Manual PCP 6k miles per annum £278.82 per month 48m 279 deposit @ Stratstone
Personal contract purchase offer based on a new Jaguar E-PACE 2.0d 5dr 2WD Manual. With Jaguar Privilege Personal Contract Purchase you have the option at the end of the agreement … Read more

Hold off a bit and you will get far better deals after tonights news. :(


This is the one I was looking at from Volvo direct (Edinburgh). It’s 999 deposit and 219 a month for a V40 r design based on 8k per annum and a 4 year PCP. Also includes servicing for 3 years. Wouldnt mind opinions on this...


I like these cars, but I would go for the R-Design model. I am tempted by one but I believe the excess mileage is about 15/16p a mile! I shouldn’t go over but never know when circumstances change.


Base spec with very low annual mileage allowance.. as soon as you start increasing mileage allowance and add a few options the price will go up, so just depends if it suits your requirements. Also, if this is a personal contract hire offer you have zero options at the end of the finance term compared to pcp.. I had a quick look at their t&c and it seems that unless you request a pcp their offers are pch.. not something I’d overly go for myself


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Jaguar Xf Portfolio. 2yr Lease deal. £199/month for 24 months - £6,747.75 total @ 1st Choice Vehicle Leasing
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Jaguar Xf Portfolio. 2yr Lease deal. £199/month for 24 months - £6,747.75 total @ 1st Choice Vehicle Leasing
Saw this deal for Jaguar XF Portfolio. Good price. £199/month for 2ys. 5k miles. Admin fee 350. Total over 2 yrs is £6750. 8k and 10k miles options available. Similar leasing deal … Read more

Apparently it’s being moved from another dealership and will be at supplying dealership within 7 days. It’s Portfolio Sportbrake (I should note I ordered the Sportbrake not the Saloon which this thread is about). Can’t really quite believe it so I’m just keeping my expectations low until it’s confirmed...


Is it portfolio edition? When they say ‘in stock’ do they mean pipeline... as that took 3 weeks + for us and still awaiting


Another turn of events, they have now apparently found me a more suitably specced car (metallic black rather than blue), plus privacy glass. They tell me it is secured so I await to see what happens next month...


Hmm you have a different username Mcnabb to the previous answer


What extras were they and what did you order? I ordered metallic paint originally and they have been trying to peddle me a car with regular paint but £420 alloys and CarPlay...

Amazon Clutch Kits and Associated Parts Cheap -  e.g Sachs 3000 950 641 Clutch Kit £58.73
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Amazon Clutch Kits and Associated Parts Cheap - e.g Sachs 3000 950 641 Clutch Kit £58.73
This post is not for everyone, but will help a lot of people who, maintain their own vehicles of any age, or mechanics looking for parts for customers. I've compared a lot of price… Read more

Thanks, got a 3 piece clutch kit for my Lexus is250 for £52 instead of £300 - £400 8)


Automotive> Car Parts> Drive & Transmission> Clutches & PartFilter : Prime Only


How are you searching /finding /filtering for these? Great deals, always on a look out for cheap replacement parts I know amazon throws out loads of stuff mental cheap.



Eurocarparts seem to use their own product codes so not much use....most parts manufacturers have their own e catalogues online now,probably a better bet to get the correct parts.

Jaguar XE 2.0 Ingenium R-Sport 4dr Auto PCP £299 Deposit, £300 a month, 48 month. 0%APR at  Stratstone
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Jaguar XE 2.0 Ingenium R-Sport 4dr Auto PCP £299 Deposit, £300 a month, 48 month. 0%APR at Stratstone
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I've been looking into the latest Jaguar deals, this is the best I've seen, due to the low deposit. Jaguar XE 2.0 Ingenium R-Sport 4dr Auto, from stratstone dealership. Personal … Read more

Ah right, ok then


Not funny, more sarcastic I would say, but it's not actually true if that is what you mean.


Is this meant to be funny? Genuine question


Thanks! I was looking at it wrong.


Not sure tbh but the one I loaned for a weekend test drive was hybrid.

Jaguar I-PACE SUV 0.0 Electric 90kWh 400 S 5Dr Auto 18 month contract Deposit - £2699.91 17 monthly payments of - £299.99 Processing fee - £349.99 - £8149.73 @ 1st choice vehicle leasing
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Jaguar I-PACE SUV 0.0 Electric 90kWh 400 S 5Dr Auto 18 month contract Deposit - £2699.91 17 monthly payments of - £299.99 Processing fee - £349.99 - £8149.73 @ 1st choice vehicle leasing
Ok, before the abuse starts.. I know leasing isn't for everyone. This debate has been raging for ages on HUKD, each to their own I guess. Me personally, I prefer to lease, you don'… Read more

Actually, I just picked a random date when posting the deal as I didn't know if there was an expiry. I spoke to them only today to see how my order was progressing and they informed me the deal is still available whilst other (less reputable) leasing companies are turning away orders that they're unable to fulfil (y)


Well it's the end of the finance quarter. What do you expect?


Just noticed the deal for this expires in a day incase anyone is still looking for one ? all lease company deals seem to end the same date ??


thanks jay


There is if the RRP is over a certain price which the premium model is. "An extra charge of £310 a year applies to cars with a list price over £40,000 in the first 5 ‘standard rate years’."

Jaguar XF Sportbrake 2.0 Auto Lease - £233.54 per month (24m, 8k/pa, 9+23) 1st Choice Vehicle Leasing
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Jaguar XF Sportbrake 2.0 Auto Lease - £233.54 per month (24m, 8k/pa, 9+23) 1st Choice Vehicle Leasing
Good deal available on a Jagular XF Sportbrake Automatic. 2 year lease with 8k miles per year. 9+23 payment plan. Other contract lengths, plans and mileages are listed too. £233.… Read more
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Have You found something similar?


Good deal, heat added. Could try Mad Sheep who have something similar, and even the Jaguar network, to see if they'll match.


Mines arriving today :)


There will be fewer diesel deals in the future given the current political environment surrounding them.

Jaguar E-Pace Offer 6k PA - PCH Example £226.71pm x48 - £10,882.08 @ Motorparks
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Jaguar E-Pace Offer 6k PA - PCH Example £226.71pm x48 - £10,882.08 @ Motorparks
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I saw this and thought it was a good deal, been in the market for a new car, tempting offer. Obviously subject to terms and conditions, but here are the details: Jaguar E-PACE Off… Read more

I'm using the Swindon Branch, will update when I get any feedback.


I received the following email. I hope you are well, Thank you for your enquiry on the Jaguar E-Pace. That particular offer has now finished and is no longer available as was only on a selected amount of stock. We do have other offers that we are able to go through with yourself. When would you be available to visit the showroom so that we can go through the various options of the vehicles and offers? I look forward to hearing from you. Kind regards, Michael Katasi Business Manager, Grange Welwyn Jaguar T: +44 (0) 1707 266 255 E:


Apparently the 2 salesmen who deal with Jaguar Land Rover are off sick, I've been told to ring back tomorrow. I'm not very confident though, as a colleague ordered an XE and they now refusing to honour his deal, claiming no stock remaining and no sales rep to handle his purchase until tomorrow, even though he has already paid £1k deposit. Didn't think they could do that....


Sent a quote but never heard anything back. Guess it was a price error


Did anyone actually take out the deal?

Jaguar XF Portfolio 250 BHP Sportbrake Auto £199 P/M inc VAT @ Mad Sheep (£7345.30 inc fees)
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Jaguar XF Portfolio 250 BHP Sportbrake Auto £199 P/M inc VAT @ Mad Sheep (£7345.30 inc fees)
Just had a mailer from Mad Sheep for this. We're looking for 2x new cars for the business but the pricing is the same for Business and Personal Contract Hire. Cracking price for … Read more

Nope, but we've had vehicles from them for our business and personal vehicles along with Gateway 2 Lease amongst others. I don't think you understand how leasing works if you're surprised about special offer cars going quickly, this is how the industry works but these Jag XFs were factory order so you could spec how you liked. We've been let down on an Audi A6 in the past with one broker when LEX pulled the deal altogether. Where do they advertise personal pricing plus VAT?


How it works? Do you get your deposit back at the end of the contract?


How is it misleading, these companies are strictly governed and all costs are advertised on the deals? I put down far more than a "12+" initial rental 6 years ago on a car. It's nothing new.


just looked at this and Madsheep are not cheaper than that other deal advertised , and why do Madsheep offer a 12+ deal !! next it will be 15+ !! (devil) bit missleading


there is still a broker or two that has the offer still :-)

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