• Jaguar XE Review

    The Jaguar XE is sold as the entry point to the Jaguar range. A brief drive revealed a special chassis tuned to please the keenest driver, along with a gutsy 177kW 2.0-litre turbo in the 2.5t. It is the all-important replacement for the largely unloved X-Type that disappeared in 2010. So expect this one to be around until at least 2020.

  • The Competition

    Audi A4, BMW 3 Series, Infiniti Q50, Lexus IS, Mercedes-Benz C-Class, Volvo S60.

  • The Wheels Verdict

    If you cherish cars with exceptional steering, handling and roadholding, then the Jaguar XE 2.5t should be at the top of your to-try list. It looks great and includes sufficiently roomy and practical packaging. But there are detail flaws that infuriate, because the XE comes that close to being a spectacular return to form for a Jaguar sedan

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