Jaguar has announced the upcoming I-Pace electric SUV will be backed by a five-year warranty, two years more than that of conventional stablemates.
Along with the longer standard warranty, I-Pace buyers will also get five years roadside assistance coverage.
The battery pack, made of 432 pouch cells which reside beneath the cabin floor, is covered by an eight-year, 160,000-kilometre warranty.
While the I-Pace’s warranty coverage is long when compared to other Jags, it falls short of Tesla’s warranty. In April, Tesla Australia bolstered the coverage on the Model S and Model X to eight years or 160,000 kilometres, whichever comes first with eight years of roadside assistance.
The I-Pace officially launches in Australia in November, it will be offered in four trim levels with prices starting at $119,000 plus on-road costs. For a full breakdown of specifications and pricing click here.
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