Which used Jaguar XE saloon should I buy?
We’d step up to the 178bhp 2.0-litre diesel it feels usefully quicker than the lower-powered version, yet is almost as economical and efficient. Go for the automatic gearbox if you can – it's more relaxing and just as enjoyable to drive.
The XE can be had with four-wheel drive, but we'd suggest that you think very carefully about whether you really need this, because a normal XE has sweeter steering and lower running costs with just the rear wheels driven.
The petrol models are smoother and quieter than the diesels, and even more pleasant to drive, but the economy suffers. If you can afford the bills the 237bhp 2.0-litre petrol is worth a look.
All XEs get plenty of equipment, but Prestige models feel a little bit more premium than entry-level SE to make it our choice.
Our favourite Jaguar XE: 2.0d 180 Prestige auto
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