Compare the Jaguar-E Pace vs Volvo XC40


See How the New Jaguar E-Pace Compares to the New Volvo XC40 in Brentwood, TN

Many people in the Nashville area like small luxury SUVs because they're just as fun to drive as a car, but they have more cargo space. The new Jaguar E-Pace is a refined luxury crossover with deft handling and peppy acceleration. It also has ample room for your road trip necessities. The new Volvo XC40 is also a well-built subcompact luxury SUV, but it doesn't have quite as much to offer Brentwood drivers as the E-Pace. Read on to see why.



If you want a small luxury SUV that can quickly burst through traffic on your way to work in Nashville, get the new Jaguar E-Pace. It comes with a turbocharged 246-horsepower four-cylinder engine, but a turbocharged 296-horsepower motor is available. When properly equipped, the E-Pace can zip from 0 to 60 mph in only 6.1 seconds.

The new Volvo XC40 comes standard with a turbocharged 187-horsepower four-cylinder engine and offers an optional turbocharged 248-horsepower motor. It's quickest 0 to 60 time is 6.2 seconds.

Towing Capability

Brentwood drivers who need a small SUV that can pull a boat or a camper to Radnor Lake State Park will want the new Jaguar E-Pace. It can tow up to 3,968 pounds when properly equipped.

The new Volvo XC40 has a tow rating of only 3,500 pounds with its best setup.


People in Nashville require an SUV they can count on to start and run every day. The new Jaguar E-Pace has a great reliability record, earning an 82 out of 100 score from J.D. Power.

The new Volvo XC40 only received a 76 out of 100 predicted reliability rating from J.D. Power.


Cargo Space

If you carry a lot of luggage or sports gear in your SUV, the new Jaguar E-Pace has more room to put it in. Brentwood drivers will appreciate that the E-Pace has 22.4 cubic feet of cargo space behind its rear seats and 49.5 cubic feet of room with the back seats down.

The new Volvo XC40 has only 20.7 cubic feet of room behind its back seats and 47.2 cubic feet of cargo space with the second row folded.


The new Jaguar E-Pace comes standard with heated, 12-way power-adjustable front seats to keep you warm and comfortable on frosty winter days in Nashville.

The new Volvo XC40 comes with eight-way power-adjustable front seats. Heated front seats are available in the XC40, but you must pay more to have them.

Infotainment System

If you want easy access to music, directions, or smartphone apps while you're scooting through Brentwood, the new Jaguar E-Pace is a better choice. Its Pivi infotainment system comes with an 11.4-inch touch screen and plenty of well-placed physical controls that make it a cinch to operate when you're on the road. It also comes standard with wireless device charging.

The new Volvo XC40 comes with a vertically oriented, 9-inch touch-screen infotainment system that has frustrating controls and a confusing menu layout. Wireless device charging is only optional in the XC40.

Other Standard Features

The new Jaguar E-Pace also comes standard with a 12-speaker Meridian stereo, push-button start, proximity keyless entry, and dual-zone automatic climate control.

The new Volvo XC40 comes with an eight-speaker premium stereo, automatic climate control, and an auto-dimming rearview mirror. Dual-zone automatic climate control and proximity keyless entry cost extra on the XC40. Push-button start is not available.

To learn more about the new Jaguar E-Pace, contact Jaguar Nashville to schedule a test drive in it.

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