Jaguar’s most important ever car, the new XE

When Jaguar says that the XE is all-new it really means it, from the wheels up, to the factory it’s built in, it is the car Jaguar needs to continue its impressive resurgence, writes Kyle Fortune

26th March, 2015
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Jaguar XE 2.0d R-Sport

Jaguar has been on a roll of late, but sports cars will never create sustainable volume; to be a true player in the premium market a car maker needs a compact executive saloon. Specifically, a BMW 3 Series – or at least something that’s a match for its main rivals, the Audi A4 and Mercedes-Benz C-Class. The XE is that car, Jaguar going all-in with its new saloon. It really is something extraordinary in the...

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