The Jaguar XJ line-up for 2013 with feature a new supercharged 3.0 litre V6 petrol engine that will replace the 5.0 litre V8 unit.
The 3.0 litre will feature both in the XF and the new F-Type in 2013 – it produces 340 PS in the XJ and delivers 450 Nm of torque. Co2 emissions are rated at 224 g/km and the official fuel figure on the combined cycle is 30 mpg.
All Jaguar XJs will now feature an eight-speed ZF transmission with Intelligent Stop-Start as standard. As seen on the XF, these developments lead to lower fuel consumption and emissions. The XJ 3.0 Diesel is now expected to achieve 47 mpg while emitting 159g/km of CO2, a 14% improvement.
All models in the XJ range benefit from re-calibrated spring and damper tunes as well as remapped damper software - offering enhanced ride isolation and passenger comfort on all road surfaces.
The XJ will now feature Meridian sound systems instead of B&W and DAB is now standard across the range. The top-of-the range Meridian 20-speaker 825W system comes as standard on Portfolio and Supersport XJ models while offered as an option on other models.Jaguar XJ Prices For MY2013
|Price (�, OTR)|
|XJ 3.0 Diesel Luxury||56,260|
|XJ 3.0 Diesel Premium Luxury||60,060|
|XJ 3.0 Diesel Portfolio||67,260|
|XJ 3.0 S/C Petrol Premium Luxury||65,365|
|XJ 3.0 S/C Petrol Portfolio||72,815|
|XJ 3.0 S/C Petrol Supersport||91,735|
|XJ 3.0 Diesel Luxury||59,260|
|XJ 3.0 Diesel Premium Luxury||63,060|
|XJ 3.0 Diesel Portfolio||70,260|
|XJ 3.0 S/C Petrol Premium Luxury||68,515|
|XJ 3.0 S/C Petrol Portfolio||75,815|
|XJ 3.0 S/C Petrol Supersport||95,235|
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