The 2018 Jaguar XE is a fine-looking, super comfortable and well-priced luxury sports sedan that steers into a corner the same way a Wüsthof knife carves its way through a medium rare steak. On paper, it seems like it could be the fiercest assassin of the ubiquitous BMW 3 Series yet, even more so than tough contenders…
Have you see the new Honda Civic Type R? The amount of fake, solid, cross-hatched plastic doubling for air intakes (and outtakes?) on that thing is horrendous and ungainly. There’s a better way to do it.
The Jaguar XE is a pretty good, competitively priced compact sedan. Give it to Jag’s Special Vehicle Operations and you get a limited edition 600 horsepower compact sedan that costs a whopping $192,200.
If you want a 590 horsepower supercharged 5.0-liter V8 sedan with all-wheel-drive and you like how the Jaguar XE looks, there’s now a car for you.
Today I find myself in Aspen, Colorado hobnobbing with millionaires (as I am wont to do) and set to drive the 2017 Jaguar XE sport sedan (which is new to me and America.) I’ll have a review of this thing soon enough; what do you want to know about it?
Everyone, gather round, grab your local deity, elder god, supreme ethereal power, infinite nothingness if you’re an atheist, or just, like, “who knows,” if you’re an agnostic! The 2016 Jaguar XE will not only come with three pedals, but better yet, the company says it’s “worth the investment.”
The Jaguar XE is an exciting entry-level sports sedan that makes the Germans look dull. It’s also Jaguar’s biggest weapon to crank up the their global sales volumes. What do you need to know before you buy an XE? Don’t worry, we’ll tell you everything right here in our Buyer’s Guide.
Americans woke up this morning to a deluge of 2016 Jaguar XE news, and it's especially good news for fans of fuel efficiency and torque: the XE will come to the U.S. with its diesel engines intact, along with all-wheel drive. Huzzah!
Holy shit. I can't believe what I'm watching here. It's like dinner theater-grade Dickens mixed with watching your friend's deeply embarrassing cover band blended with public-service messages about home safety and doused liberally with powerful hallucinogens. Oh, and there's some Jags driven through all the mess.
In recent years, Jaguar and Land Rover have unleashed the strongest overall collection of vehicles in either brand's history. Now Jaguar is about to re-enter one of the toughest segments in all of auto-dom, the entry-level sport sedan segment. The 2016 Jaguar XE is the weapon they have chosen as they join the war on…
The Jaguar XE is the premium sedan for those who are bored of German cars. It's also Jaguar's most important car in decades.
This is Jagu Air flight number XE-001 towards Earl's Court, London, United Kingdom. Put your tray table in the upright position if you want to see the Jaguar XE a little early.
The Jaguar XE will be so connected that you can actually start its engine or climate control from anywhere on the planet using an Android or iOS app on your smartphone. If you're using a Windows Phone... why are you using a Windows Phone?
Not that we know enough about the 2016 Jaguar XE yet to decide, but could you imagine yourself buying one instead of any the established German saloons?
The 2016 Jaguar XE is made with huge amounts of aluminum. That cuts weight and could boost UK fuel economy to 75 MPG combined. What does that mean for Americans, though?
Remember when Jaguar was building terrible cars? Yeah, those days are gone. The F-Type is loud sex on wheels. And the upcoming Jaguar XE will be a gorgeous 3-Series fighter. And rumor has it the F-Types rambunctious V6 will be under the hood.
In all of autodom, no segment is more elusive, more sought after, more coveted, more El Dorado-like than the entry-level sport sedan: the 3-Series fighter. Jaaaaaaag is next to enter the fray, and their combatant will be called the Jaguar XE. Will it be good enough to take on BMW?