2017 JAGUAR XE
The 2017 Jaguar XE offered three different powertrain configurations, including a gas-powered turbo-4 engine designated as the 25t, a diesel-powered turbo-4 engine designated as the 20d, and a supercharged V-6 engine designated as the 35t. It will have rear-wheel drive, a lightweight body mostly made of aluminum, and an exhilarating 340-horsepower supercharged V-6 engine.
The JAGUAR XE was offered in 11 trim levels in 2017:
- 25t Premium
- 20d Premium
- 25t Prestige
- 35t Premium
- 20d Prestige
- 35t Prestige
- 20d R-Sport
- 35t R-Sport
- 35t First Edition
Performance and Fuel Economy
When you purchase a Jaguar, one of the key reasons you do so is so that you may customize it to your preferred driving style, and with the XE, that customization begins with the engine. Buyers were able to choose between a turbocharged 2.0-liter four-cylinder engine that produces 240 horsepower or a supercharged 340-horsepower V6 engine that comes standard in the XF. The choice is made based on the buyer’s typical commute and the level of law enforcement in their region. The 180-horsepower turbo-diesel four-cylinder engine is an option for those who want something a little more efficient and prefer low-end grunt over top-end ferocity. This engine has 318 foot-pounds of torque on tap, and it gets fuel economy that comes close to matching that of a hybrid vehicle.
The dashboard of the 2017 Jag XE is appealing, uncomplicated, and has clean lines. Nonetheless, it lacks the aesthetic flair that made the first Jaguar XF and the current Jaguar XJ so exceptional. The quality of it also has a lot of room for improvement. The door trim seems and feels a little bit flimsy compared to what is seen in its German luxury sedan rivals, the trim that wraps around the dash is ordinary, and the dash top itself is glossy and a touch abrasive. In addition to this, the test vehicle we had had a greater number of squeaks and rattles than is typical. The interior of the XE seems more like it should be in a fine mid-size family sedan than in an entry-level luxury vehicle.
When consumers purchase a new car, included was a 2017 JAGUAR XE owner’s manual set in the glove box. Wrapped in premium leather, the owner’s manuals contain all the required information for future maintenance and modifications was in the glove box:
- Important Safety Instructions
- Maintenance Record
The owner’s manual for the Jaguar owner’s manual provides more operational suggestions to enhance the user experience.
Jaguar XE Handling
The 2017 Jaguar XE has a superb handling system, one of the car’s main assets. This premium sedan’s agile and well-balanced ride allows it to maintain a confident and serene demeanor regardless of whether it is leaning into corners or cruising over uneven ground. Jaguar Drive ControlTM is standard on all models for the year 2017, and it comes equipped with normal, eco, and dynamic modes and rain, ice, and snow modes. These modes allow you to tailor your driving experience to the environmental conditions or the level of performance you want to achieve.
When driving on the interstate, cornering on rural roads, or navigating through city streets, the optional Adaptive Dynamics system may also be added to higher trim levels for more responsive handling. This system is available for Prestige and higher trim levels.
Capacity and Comfort
The Jaguar XE is constructed using the same heavy design with the use of aluminum as the larger and more costly XF. It has been shrunk down to tiny proportions since it is a sport sedan and not a luxury mid-size sedan, making it difficult for adults to travel in the rear seat for any significant amount of time. It is a problem shared by other vehicles in the same class as the XE, such as the C-Class and the ATS, neither of which has a particularly spacious rear compartment. When the back seats of a car are large enough to accommodate fully grown people, the vehicle is practically considered a mid-size model.
- Height: 62.5 in
- Length: 186.1 in
- Width: 76 in
- Curb weight: 4140 lbs
Engine type: Intercooled Turbo Diesel I-4, 2.0 L
Fuel tank: 17.4 g
- Safety Restraints
- Before Driving
- Starting and Operating
- Vehicle Maintenance
- Customer Assistance
The service manuals for the 2017 JAGUAR XE are vast and cover every aspect of the vehicle’s operation.
2017 JAGUAR XE Price
The price list of the 2017 JAGUAR XE is:
- 25t: $34,900 or €32473
- 20d: $36,400 or €33869
- 25t Premium: $37,500 or €34892
- 20d Premium: $39,000 or €36288
- 25t Prestige: $41,400 or €38521
- 35t Premium: $41,700 or €38800
- 20d Prestige: $42,900 or €39917
- 35t Prestige: $45,600 or €42429
- 20d R-Sport: $46,500 or €43266
- 35t R-Sport: $49,200 or €45779
- 35t First Edition: $55,500 or €51641
Frequently Asked Questions about the 2017 Jaguar XE
Is the XE a Good Car?
in 2015-2017, the XE received the ” Best Compact Executive Car” at the new car awards.
What does the Jaguar XE cost to maintain and repair?
During the first 10, there is an average total of $11,824 spent on repairs and maintenance
What is the Life expectancy of a Jaguar?
Who is the parent company of Jaguar?
While the Jaguar name was owned by Ford for a time, the brand was purchased by Tata Motors in 2008.