2016 Jaguar XE Redesign, Release and Changes

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2016 Jaguar XE Review

British car manufactures finally plans to introduce compact, entry-level luxury sedan. Since 2010, when production of X-Type was ended, company doesn’t have this kind of a car, which is considered as one of the most important model for all companies that make luxury cars. Just like it is case with all Jaguar models, the look should be the main selling point, but company also promises excellent performances. New model is expected to come early next year as 2016 Jaguar XE.

Jaguar’s all-new XE entry-level sedan debuted on U.S. soil at the North American International Auto Show in Detroit. This is the first time we’ve seen the XE in person, and it put one of my concerns to rest that there wouldn’t be enough distinction in size between the compact XE and midsize XF considering the XE looks like a slightly smaller XF. Experiencing the XE’s extreme compactness up close put that concern to rest.

2016 Jaguar XE Price

Pricing for the new 2016 Jaguar XE has been set at $40,000 – $55,000 based on current exchange rates. If there are changes on the 2016 Jaguar XE we will notify you as soon as possible, so keep follow our blog.


2016 Jaguar XE Specs

The latest example of how exciting, advanced, and refined a Jaguar sports sedan can be. The XE is a Jaguar car to its core. The first of a new generation of cars to be launched on a state-of-the-art, all new Advanced Aluminum Architecture developed by Jaguar, the lightweight aluminum construction creates an incredibly strong body, as well helping to deliver power with responsive handling and refinement with beautiful design.

The XE’s interior design and style is without a doubt a Jaguar, using similar soft and rounded interior elements found in Jaguar’s other sedans. The leather-clad interior of the show model is appropriate for the class except for a few materials on the door panels. There was a large disparity between the soft-touch quality of the arm rest and the dull molded plastic speaker covers. Still, it is a step up from the smallest Audi and Mercedes and closer to Cadillac’s ATS, which is quite nice inside. Quality quips like the inconsistent materials of the door panel are sometimes addressed once a vehicle makes its way to production, but the XE’s small interior is here to stay. That’s not necessarily bad, because some other brands’ lineups don’t differ in size as significantly. With the XE you know you are indeed getting the “baby” Jag.

Jaguar knows it has to bring something unique to the party to make us go “woah!” and forget its past. On paper, it has. The XE adopts Jaguar’s new modular platform and becomes the only car in its segment with an aluminum-intensive monocoque 75 percent aluminum, the remainder is high-strength steel and double-wishbone front suspension. It is, promises Jaguar, the driver’s car in its class; you can’t aim much higher than knocking an ultimate driving machine off its pedestal.

There’s also the carrot of up to 62 mpg on the European combined cycle – U.S. figures are coming exceptional comfort and refinement and new infotainment. Of course, Ian Callum and his design team have taken care of the exterior design, the slick 0.26 coefficient of drag makes it the most aero-efficient Jaguar ever; the design’s a little safe and derivative perhaps, with 3-series hints in the nose and Audi A5 in the rear, but it looks sharp.

Well, this is the segment where German cars dominate. There is a BMW 3-Series, that has more units sold than all Jaguar models, but there are also models like Audi A4 and Mercedes-Benz C Class. All on all, Jaguar must do something special to be competitive with these models. One of the main trumps of 2016 XE will be platform. It will be made 75 percent of aluminum, while the rest will be made of high-strength steel, so it should have extremely light weight, which will provide excellent handling, acceleration, fuel economy and overall performances. The 2016 Jaguar XE will be available with several engines in offer. For the U.S. market there will be two petrol engines available.


2016 Jaguar XE Engine

The base one will be a 2.0 liter four-cylinder turbocharged engine, which has an output of 240 horses. There will be also a V6 variant in offer. It will be a 3.0 liter supercharged V6engine, with 340 horsepower. European version will be also available in diesel variants. The 8-speed automatic transmission will be available in all models, while 6-speed manual will be available only with diesel variants. The 2016 Jaguar XE will be adaptive to either RWD or AWD configurations. Company claims that new model will be equipped with several drive assist systems, which will make it capable for all weather conditions. Some of the most notable features are emergency autonomous braking, lane-departure assist, blind-spot monitoring, laser head-up display and All Surface Progress Control.

Only the 2.0-liter turbodiesels (163hp and 180hp) represent the modular Ingenium family initially. The 2.0-liter turbocharged gas engines (200 hp and 240 hp) and the 3.0-liter supercharged V6 (340 hp) carry over, the latter shared with the F-Type V6 S. Expect the engines to be upgraded as the modular Ingenium family starts to multiply. Only the 180-hp 2.0-liter diesel and V6 S are confirmed for the U.S., but that makes the XE the first Jaguar to be offered Stateside with a compression ignition.

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