2017 Jaguar XE In-Depth Review: Lots of Good, Some Less Good

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Trims and Options We’d Choose

Look no further than our own XE 35t R-Sport long-term test car. Combining the XE’s available 340-hp supercharged 3.0-liter V-6 engine, optional all-wheel drive (rear-wheel drive is standard), and the R-Sport’s blacked-out and more purposeful trim, it hews closest to the sporty sedan’s mission: chasing the BMW 3-series. Grabbing the V-6 jumps the XE’s base price by $6800, to $42,695; all-wheel drive and the R-Sport bits pile on another $10,000 for a total of $52,695 before other options are added. That sounds like a lot, but the R-Sport is thousands less than a similarly outfitted six-cylinder BMW 3-series. Our XE 35t R-sport includes:


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