Difference between Jaguar XE 2016, 2017 and 2018 Published on: 5/30/2017

Difference between Jaguar XE 2016, 2017 and 2018

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Difference between Jaguar XE 2016 and 2017


There is no much noticable difference in the exterior.


XE 2016

XE 2017 and 2018

Standard Incontrol Touch Pro (Bigger screen) but you need to use a data sim for the live traffic updates


There are lots of difference in the interior, dashboard in-control touch pro (in 2017) and cupholder cover, safty lock for beneath the seat on the seat track. 

Cupholder Cover

XE 2018 Model - Cupholder with cover

XE 2016 and 2017 without cover


The XE offers two motor decisions. Most models utilize a 340-pull supercharged 3.0-liter V6, which touts a 8-speed programmed transmission and either rear-wheel drive or optional all-wheel drive. Drivers searching for extra mileage will need to select the XE 20d, which utilizes a 2.0-liter turbodiesel 4-cylinder that touts 180 hp and 318 lb-ft of torque. That motor likewise incorporates a 8-speed programmed transmission and back or all-wheel drive.

Driving Experience

In spite of the fact that we haven't yet moved in the driver's seat of the all-new 2017 Jaguar XE, we can dare to dream it's a livelier, sportier adaptation of the XF. We say that on the grounds that the main thing the XF is missing is somewhat more oomph, as it fills the role of a nice looking, rich car great generally. The XF additionally touts shockingly respectable dealing with considering its size, however we concede controlling tends to feel a little overassisted in pretty much every circumstance. 


Although the federal government has not yet crash-tested the XE or the XF, it's worth noting that both models offer virtually all of today's latest safety features, including forward-collision warning, automatic collision-avoidance braking, automated parking, lane-departure warning, a blind spot monitoring system and automatic high beams. Drivers looking for an especially safe new car will find one in these two Jags -- regardless of which model they choose.

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