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New Jaguar XE

Drive Smarter With The Stunning Jaguar XE

No-one does saloons better than Jaguar and its luxurious XE is no exception. Take command of the driver’s seat in the award-winning Jaguar XE. With Jaguar’s impeccable style, finesse and driving ability at its core, it’s no wonder this executive sports saloon is so highly celebrated. With class-leading fuel efficiency, astonishing performance, and enough easy-to-use technological innovations to keep ahead of the competition, the Jaguar XE is a car that’ll take your breath away. Select the right XE for you with seven stunning trim levels to choose from: Prestige, Portfolio, R-sport, Landmark, 300 Sport and SE.

The Superior Interior

  • ​Feel inspired from the moment you step into the Jaguar XE. The layout provides practical storage and makes for a spacious, comfortable drive for both you and your passengers. 
  • The Dashboard is dominated by a central touchscreen making it look cleaner and less cluttered.
  • The Trim levels for the Jaguar XE is split into two categories. Luxury (SE, Prestige and Portfolio, Landmark) and Sport (R-Sport and 300 Sport). The Luxurious touches of this beautiful car make every drive a pleasure; with low, form-hugging seats, upholstered with the finest leather which comes as standard on all but entry level models. Its sportier side includes features such as sport seats available in a range of race‑inspired colours​ as well as sport branded steering wheel and treadplates .

The Sleek, Intimidating Exterior of the Jaguar XE

  • ​The Jaguar XEs aerodynamic performance is a key function of XE’s body design and supports an impressive drag coefficient as low as Cd 0.27​.
  • The exterior unmistakably adopts Jaguar’s distinctive, striking style. Swept-back headlights, a sculpted bonnet and J-Blade LED daytime running lights all unite in curating the Jaguar XE’s ferocious, bold aesthetic. 
  • Fantastic features such as a powered Gesture Boot Lid enables the driver to operate the boot lid from the kerbside, without needing to physically touch either the vehicle or the key fob​.  Simply presenting your foot under one of the car’s rear corners, the boot lid opens or closes. A practical feature you're bound to find useful!

You won’t find a sleeker, more captivating car than the Jaguar XE.

Intelligent Safe Driving With The Jaguar XE

  • You’ll drive smarter and safer with the Jaguar XE. But don’t just take our word for it; Euro NCAP have deemed the XE the safest car in the large family car category, having triumphed in the prestigious Best in Class Cars of 2015 awards.
  • With features like the optional Head-Up Display, your Jaguar XE will project key information onto the windscreen using laser technology, so you’ll spend less time looking down at the instrument cluster, and more time with your eyes on the road.
  • Find your ideal driving assistant in the Jaguar XE’s range of clever features that set it apart in a league of its own. With Advanced Park Assist, you’ll never stress about parking again and features like Surround Camera System, Autonomous Emergency Braking, Lane Departure Warning and Adaptive Cruise Control will all make driving your new XE a dream.

Efficient, Effortless Power

  • Make your XE’s engine suit your driving style. Whether you choose for the latest hi-tech, all-aluminium Ingenium diesel engine or its petrol counterpart, you’re guaranteed Jaguar’s superior performance, refinement and economy.
  • Choose the more frugal diesel variant, with CO2 emissions from just 126g/km. You won’t compromise on power though; it still achieves 0-60mph in a measly 8.9 seconds. The XE cuts through the air with ease, providing you with a stunningly streamlined performance. Driving the Jaguar XE feels truly effortless.

Which Of The Models From The XE Range Should I Buy ?

XE Prestige - Price from £32,505

For a touch of added luxury with an interior that is beautifully crafted. 

Key Features of this model include:

  • Ambient Interior Lighting
  • A rear armrest with twin cup holders
  • A Leather Sport Steering Wheel
Interior of the Jaguar XE prestige edition

XE Portfolio - Price from £34,705

The pinnacle of XE luxury, with elegance and sophistication at its heart.

Key Features of this model include:

  • Bi-function Xenon headlights
  • 18" Alloy Wheels
  • 10 way electric leather seats (includes headrest tilt, heated function and recline)
Interior of the Jaguar XE Portfolio edition
Interior of the Jaguar XE R-Sport edition

XE R-Sport - Price from £34,055

Oozing a Confident sporting style and delivering pure performance. 

Key Features of this model include:

  • Eight-way adjustable sport seats
  • R-sport bodykit
  • 18" Alloy Wheels
Interior of the Jaguar XE Landmark edition

New XE Landmark - Price from £36,955

A new and exclusive combination of dynamic sports, styling and refinement.

Key Features of this model include:

  • Perforated grained leather Sport seats
  • 18" Alloy Wheels
  • Gloss Black side window surrounds, grille surround and mirror caps

New XE 300 Sport - Price from £45,640

A stylish and confident choice with a unique combination of striking design details. 

Key Features of this model include:

  • A Multi-function steering wheel
  • 40:20:40 Split fold rear seats
  • Exclusive 19" Alloy Wheels with a Diamond Turned finish
Interior of the Jaguar XE 300 Sport edition

XE SE – Price from £31,505

The essence of XE, driver focused performances with the legendary jaguar refinement. 

Key Features of this model include:

  • Auto-dimming interior rear view mirror
  • 17" Alloy Wheels
  • 8 way premium Fabric seats 
Interior of the Jaguar XE SE edition

​Colours available on the Jaguar XE​

Solid Paint Finishes (No Extra Cost):

  • Fuji White
  • Narvik Black
  • Caldera Red

Metallic Paint Finishes (£650 Extra Cost):

  • Corris Grey
  • Indus Silver
  • Firenze Red
  • Santorini Black
  • Loire Blue
  • Yulong White
  • Caesium Blue

Premium Metallic Paint Finishes (£1,250 Extra Cost):

  • Carpathian Grey
  • Silicon Silver

Why Should I Buy a Jaguar XE?

  • Low running costs
  • A real head turner - This Car is sleek and stylish and bound to make bystanders jealous.
  • Low Company car costs
  • Comfortable to Drive
  • It won Compact Executive Car of the Year 3 years in a row - Check out Our Blog to find out more about this fantastic win!

Still not sure? Why not take a look at Motorist Journalist John Swift has to say about the Jaguar XE as he includes it in his 7 Best Saloon Cars.

front view of red Jaguar XE with city skyscrapers in the background

Wheel Types/Sizes available with the Jaguar XE models?

  • 17" Alloy Wheels (SE, Prestige)
  • 18" multi-spoke alloy wheels (Portfolio, R-sport, Landmark)
  • Exclusive 19" Alloy Wheels (300 Sport)

Contact Swansway Jaguar today about the Jaguar XE

If you are keen to get behind the wheel of the Jaguar XE, we're here to help! Arrange a test drive at Swansway Jaguar, you can get in touch with our Friendly Audi team by making an online enquiry or phoning directly on 01270 449293 . Alternatively you could pop into our Jaguar dealership located in Crewe, Have a chat with our helpful Sales team that can offer you all the advice and support you need in order for you to end up driving away happy in your new vehicle. Make a vehicle to suit you, Configure your own Jaguar XE to cater to all your needs today!

​First drive: Jaguar XE ​

​Jaguar has given its XE executive saloon four-wheel drive, so we went to see whether it was worth the upgrade.

What is it?

At first glance, this XE is the same as any other 2.0-litre diesel XE, but there’s a badge on the back that indicates a slightly different character to the standard car. The four-wheel-drive system has been fitted to give the usually rear-drive XE a more sure-footed feel in inclement weather, which should help prevent any red faces if the snow comes down this winter.

What’s new?

Under normal conditions, the XE AWD sends its power to the rear wheels, but if they lose traction, some of that is sent to the front. It’s the same system you’ll find in the four-wheel-drive F-Type and the F-Pace SUV, and Jaguar says it allows the company to increase the amount of traction available without losing the agility that comes with a rear-drive layout.

​What's under the bonnet?

A 2.0-litre, 178bhp turbocharged diesel engine sits under the XE's bonnet, sending power - in this case - to all four wheels through an eight-speed automatic gearbox. The sprint to 60mph is dispatched in under eight seconds, while it'll top out at 140mph.

What's it like to drive?

Behind the wheel:

Clever part-time four-wheel-drive systems such as the one found in the XE are commonplace now, but they don’t often manifest themselves in quite the same way as the Jaguar’s. In a Quattro-equipped Audi, for example, the car is essentially front-wheel drive, but sends power to the back when the driven wheels start to slip. The result is a strange sensation of first being pulled along, then being pushed from behind.

In the XE, however, this process is reversed. When the rear wheels lose grip (thanks to the torque of the 2.0-litre diesel engine and the lack of weight over the rear wheels, they do this fairly easily), you feel like you’re being pushed, then the front wheels do their stuff and you’re being pulled down the road. It’s doesn’t sound like much, but it’s a remarkably new sensation.

If you poke it with a stick, it will misbehave, kicking out the tail in a languid, docile and distinctly undramatic fashion, but if you treat it right it will corner at mind-blowing speeds without breaking sweat or traction.

One area the four-wheel-drive system hasn’t affected is the ride. The XE has always been set up with more focus on handling than comfort, and it does feel slightly firmer than, say, a Mercedes-Benz C-Class, but it’s plenty supple enough to make long trips relaxing.

Side view of a Jaguar XE driving on a road surrounded by snow

​How does it look?

The sum total of the styling changes seen on the four-wheel-drive XE compared with its rear-drive sibling are limited to one badge on the boot lid. Otherwise, it’s just as much of a looker as any other XE.

With a tall grille, squinting headlights and muscular haunches, the XE may not be a traditional Jaguar, but it’s still a very attractive car to look at and it sheds the olde-worlde image that the previous generation of Jags was sometimes criticised for.

Inside, it’s much the same, with the old wood and leather cabin largely eschewed in favour of glossy black plastic and brushed aluminium. The new touchscreen dominates proceedings, with updated software and a more user-friendly design than the old unit found in the last-generation XF. Other touches have been carried over from the first XF, such as the rotary gear lever and the indicator stalks, while the bow that runs around the base of the windscreen is stolen straight from the XJ.

What's it like inside?

At 455 litres, the XE AWD’s boot is identical to that of the rear-drive car, which puts it around 25 litres behind the BMW 3 Series and Mercedes-Benz C-Class. It doesn’t look great on paper, but whether you’d notice that sort of difference in the real world is debatable. Unless you regularly pack your car to the rafters, you probably wouldn’t know that the German rivals were more capacious.

You might, however, notice that they’re roomier in the cabin. The XE’s sloping roofline means taller rear passengers will struggle for headroom, and if you specify the optional sunroof the problem will be even worse. The sunroof makes headroom tight in the front, too, although it should still be acceptable for anyone under around 6ft tall.

What's the spec like?

Prices for the four-wheel-drive XE start at £33,825, which is more than £6,800 more expensive than a basic XE. That sounds like a lot, especially given that the entry-level saloon is more powerful, but the all-wheel-drive car comes solely with the second-most expensive engine/gearbox combination of 177bhp 2.0-litre diesel and eight-speed automatic transmission.

Compared with the equivalent rear-drive model, then, the XE AWD is £1,800 more expensive. It’s a lot of money if all you want is a bit more stability on the odd winter’s morning, but certain countries and regions will find it far more useful an addition than others.

close up of headlight of a Jaguar XE driving on a road surrounded by snow
interior of a Jaguar XE

If you like the XE’s styling and handling and feel the need for something that’s a bit more capable in snow, ice and wet weather, then you’ll be sold on the four-wheel-drive Jag already. The premium is steep, though, and the choice of engines is limited, to say the least, so you’ll have to really need that poor-weather performance to justify it.


  • Model: Jaguar XE 20d R-Sport AWD
  • Engine: 2.0-litre turbodiesel (178bhp)
  • Transmission: Eight-speed automatic
  • Performance: 0-62mph in 8.0 seconds, top speed 140mph
  • Economy: 60.1mpg
  • Emissions: 123g/k
Front view of a Jaguar XE driving on a road surrounded by snow


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Representative Example relates to a Jaguar XE Saloon Diesel RWD R-Sport Auto. 0.0% APR Representative available on new Jaguar XE models registered between 1st January 2019 and 31st March 2019. With Jaguar Personal Contract Purchase (PCP) Personal Contract Purchase you have the option at the end of the agreement to: (1) return the vehicle and not pay the Optional Final Payment. If the vehicle has exceeded the maximum agreed mileage a charge per excess mile will apply. In these examples, 14p plus VAT per excess mile up to 4,999, or for excess mileage of 5,000 or more, a charge of 28p plus VAT will apply to each excess mile above the maximum agreed mileage. If the vehicle is in good condition (fair wear and tear accepted) and has not exceeded the maximum agreed mileage you will have nothing further to pay; (2) pay the Optional Final Payment to own the vehicle or (3) part exchange the vehicle subject to settlement of your existing credit agreement; new credit agreements are subject to status. Representative Example and all finance examples are based upon an annual mileage of 8,000 miles. Credit is subject to status and is only available to UK residents aged 18 and over. This credit offer is only available through Black Horse Limited trading as Jaguar Financial Services, St William House, Tresillian Terrace, Cardiff CF10 5BH.