Jaguar XE Facelift Petrol Review: Looks and Performance

Jaguar XE Facelift Petrol Review: Looks and Performance

A Refreshed Cockpit-style Interior Offers Outstanding Levels of Comfort. Get Behind the Wheel of an XE and You’ll Feel like You’re Seated in a Sports Car.

Jaguar XE facelift engine & power

The Jaguar XE facelift comes with two engine options. The company has given it a 2.0 liter engine petrol and diesel engine. Jaguar XE P250 SE variant that comes with a turbocharged petrol engine. This engine generates power of 248 bhp and torque of 365 Nm. At the same time, if it competes with the 2.0-liter petrol engine of the BMW 3-Series, it generates 255 bhp power and 400 Nm of torque.

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Jaguar XE facelift transmission

In terms of 3-series power output, the Jaguar XE seems to be lagging behind, but the Jaguar XE petrol also seems to give a full competition while running. The engine comes with an 8-speed automatic transmission. It has four drive modes – Rain / Snow, Eco, Comfort and Dynamic.

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Jaguar XE facelift specs & design

Apart from this, you also get the engine start-stop function. The driving response of this vehicle changes depending on the modes. When you run it on dynamic mode, it starts giving you a sporty feel, the exhaust sound changes and the steering wheel also looks a bit tight. Paddle shifters do a tremendous job on this mode over gearshift.

Jaguar XE facelift comfort & eco mode

On the eco mode, it looks quite quiet and during this time it also claims to give good mileage in traffic on urban roads. The engine starts to get a bit tired on the Comfort mode, but this vehicle claims to give a much better ride quality on this mode. The suspensions are also very soft and provide a lot of comfort to the passengers sitting inside. Not only this, this vehicle proves to be much better for those who like to ride on the back seat comfortably by keeping it a driver.

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