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Jaguar has discontinued the XE, XF, and the F-Pace diesel variants in the Indian market. The company has unlisted the diesel variants of all the aforementioned models from its official website.
The XE, XF, and the F-Pace was powered by a 2.0-litre diesel engine that produced 177bhp and 400Nm of torque and came mated to an eight-speed automatic gearbox. All the diesel variants have been discontinued in India as the engine was not made BS6 complaint and was removed from all the models from the brand's Indian line-up.
The company's flagship sedan, the Jaguar XJ L was powered by a V6 diesel engine in the India-spec model. Jaguar has decided to discontinued the V6 engine from the Indian market as well. As a result, the XJ L is no longer available for purchase on the company's website. Here are model-wise details of all Jaguar models that are available for purchase in the country:
Jaguar XE was facelifted during the end of 2019 and was initially offered with 2.0-litre petrol and diesel engine options. However, due to diesel engine getting discontinued, the entry-level model from the brand is only offered with a 2.0-litre Ingenium turbo-petrol engine. It produces 247bhp at 5,500rpm and 365Nm of peak torque between 1,500rpm to 4,000rpm. The engine comes mated to an eight-speed automatic gearbox.
The XE is currently offered in two variants: ‘S' & ‘SE'. The entry-level trim retails at Rs 46.64 lakh, while the top-spec trim cost Rs 48.5 lakh, ex-showroom (India). The Jaguar XE rivals the BMW 3 Series, the Audi A4 and the Mercedes-Benz C-Class; among others in the Indian market.
The Jaguar XF is placed above the XE in the brand's line-up and is offered with same engine and powertrain as the XE. However, the XF is larger than the XE and offering more features, and luxury. The XF's engine also produces the same power and torque figures as the XE's unit.
The XF can accelerate from 0 to 100kmph in 6.7seconds and continue to reach a top speed of 244kmph. Jaguar is currently offering the XF luxury-sedan in a single trim option called the ‘Prestige' that retails at a starting price of Rs 55.67 lakh, ex-showroom (India). The Jaguar XF rivals the BMW 5 Series, the Audi A6 and the Mercedes-Benz E-Class in the Indian market.
The Jaguar F-Pace is the brand's luxury-SUV offering in the Indian market. The F-Pace SUV was also offered with 2.0-litre petrol and diesel engine options in its BS4 format. However, the luxury-SUV is now offered with a sole turbo-petrol engine and transmission option that powers the XE and XF in the Indian market.
The SUV is offered in a single trim and retails at a starting price of Rs 66.07 lakh, ex-showroom (India). The Jaguar F-Pace rivals the Audi Q5, the BMW X3 and the Mercedes-Benz GLC in India.
Thoughts About The Jaguar XE, XF, & F-Pace Diesel Variants Discontinued In India
Jaguar has discounted the 2.0-litre diesel engine that powered most of its model in its Indian line-up. As a result, buyers in the respective segment considering Jaguar models to purchase now only have a single-engine and transmission option. Whether Jaguar will introduce more powertrain options in the future remain to be seen.