2017 Jaguar XE 35t 10,000-Mile Long-Term Update: Warranty Work

WHAT WE LIKE: Driving the XE is always a pleasurable experience. The steering has earned praise for its feedback, and the car feels balanced and agile. Its Dynamic driving mode is truly dynamic: “It’s almost like a completely different car,” wrote one driver enamored with the Jag’s instant throttle response. The car puts down the power well, with an all-wheel-drive system that is calibrated to do more than just deploy the extra set of driven wheels as a safety measure once traction starts to go away. Of course the AWD system also works well in the snow and ice, and with the 19-inch Pirelli Sottozero winter tires we fitted in November, assisted by the Jag’s dedicated Winter mode, the XE has proved tanklike. Most of the staff is into the look of the black Venom wheels against the British Racing Green body color, and the understated design is appealing, especially when the XE is parked next to a more extroverted machine, such as a new Lexus. READ MORE ››


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