U.S. accolade for Jaguar XE
Business owners should check out the 2.0 litre diesel version of the 2017 Jaguar XE before signing up for a new mid-size company car(s).
That’s the message out of the Vincentric Best Fleet Value in America awards.
The annual awards recognize the specific vehicle and trim with the lowest total cost of ownership in the greatest number of measured lifecycle cost scenarios.
That means the Jag will cost you less in the long run.
Vincentric’s research determined that it was the frugal diesel engine in the 2017 Jaguar XE 20d that made the biggest difference in the long run.
While a five-year warranty (available in the U.S.) as well as free scheduled maintenance (again, in the U.S.) also helped keep running costs to a minimum.
David Wurster, President of Vincentric, said the XE has a good story to tell.
“The Jaguar XE 20d was the leader in the Premium Luxury Mid-Size Sedan segment this year, outperforming over 30 competitors, showing that luxury and high-value aren’t mutually exclusive.”
Other models available in Australia that won awards included:
- Hyundai Elantra – Compact
- Nissan Altima – Mid-size
- Nissan LEAF – Electric/Plug-In Hybrid
- Audi A3 (2.0T) – Luxury Compact
- Volvo S60 T5 – Luxury Mid-Size Sedan
- Volvo S90 T5 – Premium Luxury Large Sedan
- Volvo V60 T5 – Luxury Wagon
- BMW i3 – Luxury Electric/Plug-In Hybrid
- Mazda CX-3 – Subcompact SUV/Crossover
- Hyundai Tucson – Compact SUV/Crossover
- Subaru Outback – Mid-Size SUV/Crossover
- BMW X1 – Luxury Compact SUV/Crossover
- Infiniti QX60 – Luxury Large SUV/Crossover
- BMW X5 – Luxury Electric/Plug-In Hybrid SUV/Crossover
Australian pricing for the Jaguar XE 20d starts from $62,800.