The Jaguar XE is wonderful to drive and well equipped, even if rivals have it licked for interior quality and practicality. Go for the D180 diesel if you're a company car driver or worried about fuel costs, while the P250 petrol is a better choice is you're buying privately and do below average miles. Either way, stick with entry-level S trim if you want the best value for money.get the best price
The range-topping HSE spec is very well equipped, featuring 19in alloy wheels, higher-quality windsor leather upholstery, blindspot monitoring, adaptive cruise control and an electric seat that lets you save your preferred driving position.
This is the sole diesel engine, but it's still the pick of the range, pulling eagerly enough from low revs and feeling usefully brisk. An eight-speed automatic gearbox is standard and you can choose from rear and four-wheel drive.
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