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2016 Jaguar XE S 0-100km/h & engine sound. Head over to http://performancedrive.com.au/2016-jaguar-xe-s-review-video-3114/ for the full review. 2016 Jaguar XE S 3.0-litre supercharged V6 250kW and 450Nm Eight-speed auto, rear-wheel drive with torque vectoring 0-100km/h in 5.26 seconds (as tested) 1/4 mile in 13.55 seconds (as tested) For more stats and test results simply follow the link at the top of the page.
Jaguar XJR575: Controlled | Cars.com | Car Reviews Please, Like & Subscribe Car 3x ^^. Subscribe : https://goo.gl/cKv9wf Twitter.com : https://goo.gl/tRTfbG Jaguar's XJ is a car most will be aware of, but few could claim to be really familiar with. Its comparative rarity works both for and against it. On the one hand comes the cachet of being more readily associated with ferrying the prime minister or members of the royal family to state banquets than UberLUX-ing a hen party to Nandos. On the other, reality: it just isn't quite as good as an S-Class across the board, and sales have reflected that. The PH-iest version, however, was never going to be a huge seller, given it's the flagship performance variant of Jaguar's flagship luxury model - and therefore something of a contradiction in terms. Many if not most XJs are bought to be driven in, not to drive, and unless your chauffeur happens to moonlight as the Transporter, there really is no need for him to have so much welly under his right boot. Nonetheless, just as it's impossible to resist another go in the car on UK soil, it's worth reiterating precisely what happens behind the wheel of Jaguar's £93,780 saloon, because, contradiction or not, the combination of supercharged V8 and huge, softly sprung saloon is tremendous. The power delivery is sumptuously smooth, and with the SVR-grade 575hp available to the rear wheels, it launches the 'Velocity Blue' car from a standstill to 62mph in just 4.4 seconds and on to a top speed of 186mph. That's 0.2 seconds less and 12mph more than were achievable in the previous, 550hp version. The average XJ buyer is unlikely to be preoccupied by 0-62mph times, but it's hard to believe the R version attracts the archetypal customer. There's unabashed pleasure to be had from planting your right foot and stiffening your spine against the seatback as the 8-speed 'box seamlessly shifts its way through the gears, quad exhausts rumbling contentedly. And once it's underway, the 575 surges into its element, offering supreme performance between 40-90mph, along with the kind of hushed refinement that makes a liar of the speedometer. On anything windier the big Jag is naturally more of a handful. The beautifully weighted electrically assisted steering does an admirable job of maintaining Jaguar's reputation for dynamic excellence, and it's by no means ungainly for a car of its, or any, size. But while 1,875kg is far from lardy for the segment, it's still a lot to shift down a B-road. It's rare that you forget you're in a 1.9m wide car, or one that it's over 5m from nose to tail,nor is it unusual to begrudgingly admit that the vaunted seat of an SUV would make it easier to pilot. Inside, the cabin benefits from a plethora of driver aids made possible by the scrapping of the hydraulic steering, including semi-automatic parking and lane-keeping assistance, while the infotainment system now boasts a 10-inch touchscreen display. The tech still ranks among the least intuitive and most frustrating to use in the industry, though, and Jaguar has not succeeded in making every inch of its trim feel on par with its German rivals. Added to ... #Jaguar #XJR575 #Controlled #Carscom #Car #Reviews #car3x
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2018 Jaguar XE S 0-100km/h & engine sound. Head over to http://performancedrive.com.au/2018-jaguar-xe-s-review-video-1623/ for the full review. 2018 Jaguar XE S 3.0-litre supercharged V6 280kW and 450Nm Eight-speed auto, rear-wheel drive For more stats and test results simply head over to our performance data page: http://performancedrive.com.au/performance-data/ If you're interested in buying a new car, we can help you. Our car buying team has saved buyers thousands of dollars. We do the haggling for you. Interested? Simply provide us with some details here so we can get in touch: http://performancedrive.com.au/new-car-buying-service/
Jaguar keeps on rolling them out - glamorous, feel good cars that make you stand out in a crowd. This particular model, the XE S,ticks most of the boxes in terms of desirability and a whole lot of other positives. It looks 'the biz', and goes great - just like a Jag should. Shop it against the Germans every day! More Jaguar Reviews at behindthewheel.com.au.
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So the six-cylinder Jaguar saloon is done, dusted, and never to see the light of day again. Well certainly for the XE and XF that is, and who would bet against the XJ one day following? It's hardly a new engine, after all. Loath though we are to admit it, the decision to drop the petrol XE and XF S models is eminently sensible: they accounted for just two per cent of sales and, with emissions under ever-increasing scrutiny, an XE that emitted just 5g/km less than an Audi RS4 must have been hard ...
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