JLR Launches Diesel Variant Of Jaguar XE Sedan

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NEW DELHI: Tata Motors-owned Jaguar Land Rover India today kicked off sale of its new diesel variant of Jaguar XE sedan at a starting price of 38.25 lakh (ex- showroom Delhi).



The new diesel variant is powered by a 2 litre engine that delivers a power output of 132 kW, the company said in a statement.



This will enhance the portfolio of Jaguar XE sedan which has a 2 litre petrol engine version already on sale in India since January 2016. The petrol version is priced at 37.25 lakh (ex-showroom Delhi).



Commenting on the launch, Jaguar Land Rover India Managing Director Rohit Suri said the XE has been a very successful model from the Jaguar family.



"With the Jaguar XE diesel, we are confident of further expanding our customer base in the country," he added.



Based on Jaguar's light-weight aluminium architecture derived from the aerospace industry, XE sedan is equipped with 8-speed automatic transmission and other hi-tech features such as torque vectoring by braking and all surface progress control, the company said.



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Source: PTI
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