Jaguar XJ gets cleaner diesel

* Same mpg, slightly lower CO2 emissions * More standard kit for no extra cost on diesel models * No change for petrol-engined XJ Super...

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What Car? Staff
04 December 2008

Jaguar XJ gets cleaner diesel

The Jaguar XJ range has been updated to include a cleaner diesel engine and more standard kit at no extra cost.

The 2.7-litre diesel engine still averages 35.0mpg, but now emits 209g/km of carbon dioxide, down from 214g/km.

The base Executive trim level now includes sat-nav, front and rear parking sensors, xenon headlamps and a redesigned grille as standard. Prices start from 44,599.

Sovereign trim now adds 20in alloys, leather heated and cooled seats and a lambs' wool rug set as standard. Prices start from 50,472.

The 4.2-litre petrol-engined XJ Super is unchanged.