Auto Today|May 2020
The Jaguar XE was already a looker and the revisions brought about by the facelift have only made things better. The nose especially with its sharper headlamps looks more aggressive than ever and goes quite well with the sporty demeanour of the Jaguar XE. Changes to the rear are a bit more subtle. While original’s tail lamps appeared a tad oversized, the ones on the facelift are sleeker and have a revised LED signature as well. Our test car came finished in the solid Caldera Red exterior shade along with the optional Black Pack that brings with it a gloss black finish for the grille, window surrounds and side vents available only on the top-of-the-line SE trim. The only thing that can help improve things visually is a set of lower profile wheels as the 17 inchers look a bit un-sporty.
Jaguar XE 5. In our opinion, the Jaguar’s dashboard looks and feels nicer than the BMW’s. 6. With the facelift, the analogue instrumentation has been replaced by a fully digital setup. 7. Jaguar has replaced the rotary gear selector that would rise up upon thumbing the starter button with a more conventional gear selector. 8. Rear seat occupants get aircon vents but no dedicated controls
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