That is a great looking small SUV. I think the powertrain/transmission could use some love in the future, but if you didn't want to wait forever for the Jag engine to get in there, it's a smart move now. The lease deals on it were absolutely insane.
They don't like to admit it at the Jaguar/Land Rover dealership, but it does have the I4 2.0 litre Ford Ecoboost engine which is fine with me; though it does have the 9–speed ZF 9-HP transmission.
It all seems to work very well together in both city and highway driving. More than adequate zip in just about all driving circumstances, depending on your foot and, if you're gentle, it strives towards efficiency; keeping revs at between 1500 to 2000 rpm up to 120 kph. On a recent city/highway trip, we got 8.1 litres per 100 kilometres according to the info screen. The only thing I don't really like is the engine stop/start feature, not that it doesn't work well, but I just don't like the engine quitting every time I stop. Fortunately, there's a convenient little button that turns the feature off.