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The Jaguar XE is a defining entry in the world of luxury saloon transport. Sporting its iconic badge between its refined, elegant headlights, the XE has been turning heads in a way only a Jaguar can since its launch in 2015. The XE is designed to give you a luxurious, comfortable cruising experience with its choice of powerful engines and expert craftsmanship.

Three types of engines are available: a mild-hybrid diesel engine, a rear-wheel drive petrol engine and an all-wheel drive petrol engine.

Jaguar XE updates and facelifts

2017 saw the XE win the Auto Express Compact Executive Car of the Year award for the third time running, while its 2015 Euro NCAP test saw it rank first in its class for safety.

Unlike competitors in its class, the Jaguar XE is exclusively a saloon-style car. In 2019, the XE was given a facelift that brought upgrades to the interior furnishings and technology. These include a new infotainment system, optional wireless charging, a simplified trim lineup and a new mild-hybrid diesel engine.

Practicality and style of the car

The Jaguar XE is a car of sophistication and class that doesn't skimp on fun and practicality. Its seating position gives the driver a good view of the road and can be adjusted to accommodate drivers of all sizes. The Jaguar XE's design means it has short overhangs, allowing you to take turns comfortably and navigate tricky areas with confidence and precision.

Thanks to the wide-opening doors in both the front and rear, all occupants can get in and out of the car with ease. The Jaguar XE will comfortably seat four adults. It is well-adapted to the school run, too, with ISOFIX anchors in the outer rear seats for quick and convenient securing of child seats. Inside, there's plenty of space for your things, with large door bins, cubbies, storage in the central column and a capacious glove compartment.

There's a 410-litre boot on the XE, capable of fitting the weekly shop or luggage for a weekend away. An optional extra gives you a 40/20/40 rear folding seat to expand the boot space. With a maximum towing capacity of 1,800kg, you can carry plenty more, like a fully laden trailer, a medium-sized caravan and more.

Running costs

The Jaguar XE falls between insurance groups 22 and 35 depending on the trim specification you choose, and comes under road tax bands A–K, starting from £0 to £570 per year from 2015 onwards.

How a used Jaguar XE drives

The Jaguar XE is a capable car designed for touring and long-distance cruising at its heart. As a result, no matter what engine type you choose, you can rest assured your used Jaguar XE will make short work of any stretch of motorway or A road.

The Jaguar XE returns between 34.9 and 60.1mpg depending on your chosen engine and each version is fitted with a standard eight-speed automatic gearbox. Three engine types are available to purchase with a used Jaguar XE after its 2019 facelift.

The D180 is a 2.0-litre turbocharged diesel engine, capable of putting out 177bhp with either rear-wheel or four-wheel drive. It reaches 62mph in 8.1 seconds on its way to a top speed of 140mph.

A 2021 shake-up introduced the D200 mild-hybrid diesel engine, producing a combined total of 201bhp for a top speed of 146mph and achieving 0-62mph in 7.3 seconds.

For petrol engines, you have a choice between the P250 and P300 engines. The P250 is a four-cylinder petrol engine putting out 247bhp, capable of taking the car from 0 to 62mph in a dizzying 6.5 seconds.

The more powerful P300 petrol engine has 300bhp and gets from standing to 62mph in just 5.7 seconds. With a limited maximum speed, both petrol engines sit at a maximum of 155mph.

Engines and official MPG

Please refer to the table below for a comprehensive list of engines and their official MPGs.

2015 - onwards

Engine Official MPG (NEDC) Official MPG (WLTP)
2.0d 163 60.1 mpg -
2.0d 163 Automatic 55.4 mpg -
2.0d 180 55.4–57.6 mpg -
2.0d 180 Automatic 53.3–54.3 mpg 50.7 mpg
2.0d 180 Automatic 4WD 49.6–51.4 mpg 46.4 mpg
2.0d 240 Automatic 4WD 47.9–49.6 mpg -
2.0d 240 Automatic AWD 47.9 mpg -
2.0i 200 Automatic 37.7–45.1 mpg -
2.0i 240 Automatic 37.7 mpg -
2.0i 250 Automatic 39.1–39.8 mpg 33.3–36.2 mpg
2.0i 250 Automatic 4WD 42.2 mpg -
2.0i 300 Automatic 4WD 37.2–38.2 mpg 30.5–33.6 mpg
3.0i 340 S Automatic 34.9 mpg -
3.0i 380 S Automatic 34.9 mpg -
D200 - 58.5 mpg
P250 - 36.2 mpg
P300 - 32.5 mpg

Features you can expect in a Jaguar XE

The Jaguar XE offers a smooth ride, with double-wishbone front suspension readily absorbing potholes and bumps.


With its 2019 facelift, the interior saw an overhaul, bringing the XE up to date. Jaguar replaced the infotainment system, introducing a brighter, more responsive screen. It also comes with wireless phone charging to keep you topped up on the go and a signal booster to keep you connected while out and about. All trims come with ambient interior lighting. The steering wheel has media control buttons, so you can control the radio and other functions conveniently without taking your eyes off the road.


Depending on the trim you choose, it may have a 10-inch touchscreen infotainment display with DAB radio, sat nav with Android Auto and Apple CarPlay connectivity to make full use of your smartphone. On the higher-end trims, you may find two screens – one 10.2-inch infotainment display and a second screen lower down to control the car's functions, such as climate control, drive modes and heated seats.


The Jaguar XE is a very safe car, too. In 2015, Euro NCAP awarded the Jaguar XE a maximum of five stars, with a 92% adult occupant safety rating and 82% child occupant safety rating.

With standard features like traction control, sat nav, heated seats and parking sensors, every trim of the XE has something to offer. More premium-level trims offer the addition of cruise control, headlight washers and leather seat trims.

Trims available on the Jaguar XE

Jaguar XE SE

The entry-level SE trim has 17-inch alloy wheels, electric windows, electrically adjustable and heated door mirrors, and parking sensors. Remote locking, sat nav and traction control are also featured in the SE.

The attention to detail makes the cabin feel luxurious, with a soft-grain leather steering wheel, bright metal pedals and metal treadplates featuring the Jaguar script. The auto-dimming rearview mirror shields your eyes at night from bright lights behind you while cruise control takes the strain off long drives. There is also a 10-inch touchscreen infotainment display with Bluetooth connectivity for entertainment on the go and dual-zone climate control.

Jaguar XE Prestige

The Prestige adds plenty to improve practicality and comfort further. Headlight washers make sure your front lights are always shining as clearly as possible on the road and heated front seats keep you warm in cooler months.

Jaguar XE R-Sport

The R-Sport is Jaguar's entry-level trim in its sporty lineup of cars and builds further on the prior spec, adding a sports body kit, bi-function xenon headlights, as well as head-turning 18-inch alloy wheels. Sports suspension, tinted privacy glass and two-tone leather sports seats are also included.

Jaguar XE S

The Jaguar XE S is the flagship trim in the current lineup. 19-inch alloy wheels and black gloss detailing come as standard in the S body kit. The boot lid is electrically powered for added convenience, and with keyless entry you can get in and set off with ease. A Meridian sound system is fitted for a more powerful music-listening experience. The front brakes are also fitted with eye-catching red callipers.

Whether you’re looking to finance a Jaguar XE or purchase one, we have a wide range of second-hand Jaguar XE cars available to buy online safely with Click & Collect and home delivery options available.

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Frequently asked questions

Q. How much does a used Jaguar XE cost?

A. We have 3 used Jaguar XE cars in stock ranging from £21,498 to £26,898.

Q. How much is car tax for a used Jaguar XE?

A. The Jaguar XE car tax starts from £180 per year for the models in stock.

Q. What is the average mileage on a used Jaguar XE?

A. The average mileage on a used Jaguar XE in stock is 28618 miles.

Q. Which transmission options are available with the Jaguar XE?

A. Currently in stock, the Jaguar XE is available in Automatic.

Q. What different fuel types are available for the Jaguar XE?

A. Of the Jaguar XE used cars in stock, they are available in the following fuel types: Petrol.

Q. What are the most popular engine sizes in the Jaguar XE?

A. The most popular engine sizes in the Jaguar XE we have in stock are 2.0 litres.

Q. What are the most popular colours in the Jaguar XE range?

A. The Jaguar XE is available in various colours. The most popular we have in stock are Blue

Q. Is the Jaguar XE a good car?

A. Car & Driving rate the Jaguar XE 3.59 stars (out of 5).

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Monthly Payment £455.58
Deposit £249
Term (Months) 60
Cash Price £21498
Credit Amount £21249
Completion Fee £1
Total Amount Payable £27,584
Fixed Interest Rate 5.7%
Representative APR 10.9%
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* MPG figures are obtained in laboratory testing and intended for comparisons between vehicles. Please be aware they’re not intended to represent real world efficiency.