Jaguar F-PACE: Taking Luxury Performance SUV Tech Features to New Heights

Leave it up to Jaguar to redefine the luxury performance SUV game. Their F-PACE is our entire Jaguar of Tacoma team's new favorite SUV. We love its spacious, sumptuous cabin, cargo capacity, rich-looking cabin materials and premium cockpit. The cockpit sets a cutting-edge tone thanks to its trend-forward tech features.

Remote App: a Standard

A standard built into the Jaguar F-PACE's cockpit, Remote App turns your smartphone into a Jaguar F-Pace command center on the go. Using your synced smartphone, you can program the cabin temperature, check fuel levels

 

 

 

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The Jaguar XF: Technology for Every Driver

If you’re looking for a sedan that offers an ideal balance of luxury, performance and technology, you won’t be disappointed by the Jaguar XF. You can explore this premium sedan line-up today at Jaguar of Tacoma and take one out for a road test to see what you’ve been missing.

The XF comes with an array of tech features that deliver unprecedented convenience without being obtrusive. Standard amenities include Apple CarPlay and Android Auto compatibility as well as a spacious 11-inch touchscreen control panel. An upgraded technology package is also available.

 

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Roadtrip Games for the Whole Family

Being stuck in the vehicle with family or friends for several hours can be boring. Aside from talking, reading, and sleeping, many passengers play games to help pass the time. Some roadtrip games require no materials at all, while others can be planned for in advance. Taking into consideration the age of the individuals who will be participating to find games that are age appropriate and entertaining.

The License Plate Game is a common roadtrip game for passengers who are quick enough to spot license plates of vehicles from other states passing by. This can be made easier when you…

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How to Debadge Your Car

You can remove the badge that the manufacturer put on your vehicle. There are several reasons that people opt to remove the badge from their car. For example, they may think that the vehicle looks better without the badge. There are a few steps that you should take in order to ensure that you remove the badge without doing any damage to the paint.

Most badges are held to the car with a glue adhesive. You can soften this glue with a heat gun or blow dryer. You can also use hot water. 

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What is synthetic oil?

Synthetic oil is the manmade lubricant consisting of artificially made chemicals. Synthetic oils are manufactured from chemical materials including the petroleum products. All other additional materials and additives shall vary among the producers. In most sectors it is usually considered as a trade secret.

The artificially designed lubricants are mostly used as petroleum based products and will mostly operate in extreme temperatures. Synthetic oils were first introduced to the market in 1929. They are applied by daily drivers and even the high-performance vehicles.

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Are Low-Mileage Oil Changes Frequent Ones?

Modern car engines present engineering improvements unheard of decades ago. At one time, oil changes came with a recommendation of every 3,000 miles. Today, vehicle motors present improvements that cut down on the need to switch fluids so soon. Many cars, trucks, and SUVs only require oil changes at the 5,000-mile mark. Some models can go much further along before an oil change becomes necessary. However, age also affects oil.

Even when someone drives a vehicle for only a few miles a year, expect to change the oil once the year ends. Oil breaks down over time, and…

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Overview of Jaguar Certified Pre-Owned Vehicles

Jaguar is a brand of vehicles that include luxury cars, SUVs and sports cars. If you’re a driver who has always dreamed of owning a Jaguar but felt it was too pricey, you’ll love the Jaguar Certified Pre-Owned Program. Come to Jaguar of Tacoma to check out the many Jaguar CPO vehicles we offer and learn more about the program.

What is CPO?

A CPO Jaguar is a late-model Jaguar that meets mileage requirements, has a clean title and passes a strict inspection.

Inspection

The inspection performed on the CPO Jaguar is a 165-point inspection performed by certified…
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Find the Performance You are After in the Jaguar E-PACE

Ready for an SUV that can combine practicality with heart-pounding performance? Then come to Jaguar of Tacoma to meet the E-PACE today. It has two different powertrains for you to consider, both of which will give you the acceleration and efficiency you need in Fife.

Both of the powertrains are based on a turbocharged 2.0L four-cylinder engine. The standard setup is capable of making 246-horsepower and can get your E-PACE moving from zero to 60 in just 7.0 seconds. If you choose an E-PACE 300 model, your SUV will also have a mild hybrid system, allowing it to…

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Inspecting Your Brakes Isn't Difficult

Don't think you need mechanical knowledge and skill to inspect your brake calipers and rotors. In some cases, annoying sounds emanating from wheel wells will signal something amiss.

Generally, it's good habit to inspect your Jaguar before each drive. Whether at home in driveway or while filling up at a service station, take a look around making note of telltale signs of wear. With brake components, simply look through the rim at the rotor. If there's significant wear, the actual surface of the rotor will have been grounded down to almost nothing, going well below the outer…

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Once a Week, Inspect Your Tires


Where the rubber meets the road is a critical point. So, one must be extremely diligent in ensuring total vehicle safety by making frequent inspection of each tire.

Each tire must meet with a thorough examination at least once per week. Here's how it can be done:

  • Either bend or kneel at each tire, and read the outer edge of the tread. Pay close attention to cracking or creasing over the entire circumference.
  • Then, examine the tread depth by sticking your finger within a tread channel, noting depth or bareness.
  • Lastly, check for bolts, nails or screws that may…
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