About JAGUAR XJ L

From the exterior, the XJ L looks perfect as an add-on to compliment your classy, extravagant life. Its front bumper gets a large chrome grille with a sleek, sharp headlamp design, consisting of LEDs. The long wheelbase and sloping roof makes the XJ L’s silhouette a striking reflection of modern Italian design. Even at the rear, the XJ L is made to look attractive, with its reliable, curved tail light clusters

The inside cabin of the XJ L has exquisite details that make you feel elite. To access the gear knob, push the start button. Access to the cabin light and the glove box work on feather-touch systems. Space isn’t an issue, as the front row seats have ample of room for your legs and head as you sit on large, comfortable seats.

The engine of the Jaguar XJ L is a powerful 3.0-litre V6 diesel engine. This mill produces 275 bhp of maximum power and 600 Nm of torque. The XJ L propels its rear wheels through a six-speed self-shifting ZF transmission. The shifts on the box are fine, but the time lag is reduced once shifted into Dynamic mode.

The Jaguar XJ L offers you a comfortable, safe ride along with its six-speed automatic transmission, unlike the BMW 7 Series and the Audi A8L.

The three petrol variants of the Jaguar XJ L are

1. Jaguar XJ L 2.0 L Portfolio

2. Jaguar XJ L 3.0 V6

3. Jaguar XJ L 5.0 V8

And the two diesel variants are

1. Jaguar XJ L 3.0 V6 premium-luxury

2. Jaguar XJ L 3.0 V6 Portfolio

Variants Ex-Showroom Price
JAGUAR XJ L 3.0 V 6
136.15 Lakhs Get on road price
JAGUAR XJ L 5.0 V 8
198.79 Lakhs Get on road price
Variants Ex-Showroom Price
JAGUAR XJ L 3.0 V 6 PREMIUM LUXURY
136.15 Lakhs Get on road price
JAGUAR XJ L 3.0 V 6 PORTFOLIO
140.47 Lakhs Get on road price

Specifications

Fuel Type Petrol
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Our Verdict

The luxury sedan Jaguar XJL made its way to India only in 2012. In fact, after home-grown automaker, Tata Motors acquired the Jaguar Land Rover in 2008; India did see quite a few high-end cars debuting in India. Typically, XJL, referred to a long wheelbase version. The finishing in the interiors was made up of glove-soft leather, neat coating and chrome finishing. It was offered in two petrol and one diesel variants. The Jaguar XJL is a discontinued model and is no longer in production. But this vehicle has definitely stood the test of time and was regarded for its inviting interiors, good engine backup and pioneering design.