Jaguar has pulled the wraps off the pricing for the 2016 XE and XF sedans. The entry-level model starts at $35,895. The base is known as the 25t and it gets a 2.0L turbo four under the hood and the pricing puts the car right over the Cadillac ATS and popular BMW 320i. It is a bit cheaper than the Mercedes C class cars though.
Buyers will be able to plunk down $37,395 for a diesel version of the car. The top of the line XE gets a 340hp supercharged V6 and starts at $42,695. Step up the model line to the hotter XE and pricing starts at $52,895. That is a whopping $5,000 less than the previous year model XE starter.
Jaguar has also announced a new EliteCare program. This means that if you purchase any car from Jag of the 2016 model year and after you will get a limited warranty. The plan also includes free scheduled service and 24/7 roadside assistance for 5/60,000. Buyers also get the InControl Remote and Protect service for the first 60 months. I’m sure these cars will get more expensive than the base prices once you start adding options.
via AutoblogFiled Under: Auto News