American pricing for the new Jaguar XE has just been released on the back of European pricing being announced. Set to arrive in the U.S. in the first half of next year, the XE will be offered as a 2017 model and rival the Audi A4, BMW 3-Series, Mercedes-Bend C-Class and upcoming Alfa Romeo Giulia.
In the U.S, the Jaguar XE range starts with the 2.5t model powered by a turbocharged four-cylinder delivering 240 hp. It is priced from $34,900 excluding delivery fees of $995. The most powerful and expensive XE offered in the U.S. is the XE 35t completed with a supercharged V6 from the F-Type sports car pumping out 340 hp. It starts at $41,700.
Beyond the petrol XE models, a 180 hp 2.0-litre diesel four-cylinder is offered in the form of the Jaguar XE 20d. It is priced from $36,400.
The Jaguar XE is the first Jaguar model to be produced at Jaguar Land Rover’s Solihull facility with a dedicated, 500 million pound segment of the plant dedicated to the new XE. Over 2 billion pounds has been invested into the XE already with 4 billion pounds worth of contracts already signed among 55 different suppliers in the United Kingdom.