Jaguar Land Rover, the Tata Motors owned luxury marquee, has silently launched the locally manufactured XJ sedan in the country. The locally assembled Jaguar XJ 2.0L LWB is launched at a sticker price of Rs. 93.24 Lakhs (Ex. Showroom, Mumbai). As known, the company recently rolled out the 3.0L diesel LWB variant earlier this year.
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There is no change to the exterior of the XJ luxurious saloon and it is the same. Inside the cabin, Jaguar has focused more on the rear seat occupants as the XJ 2.0L comes with several advanced and up-market features like electrically adjustable rear seats with massage function in three intensity settings, increased rear headroom, Rear Seat Entertainment with two 25.9 cm (10.2) LCD screens, electric rear side window blinds, soft door close, 825 Watt Meridian Surround Audio System, LED reading lights in the rear and newly designed business tables in the rear. Mr.Rohit Suri, Vice President, Jaguar Land Rover, India on the occasion said, " “We are excited to introduce the locally manufactured Jaguar with a 2.0L petrol engine, a first in its segment, at an attractive price point. The recently launched XJ 3.0L Diesel received an overwhelming response from customers across India. The introduction of the all-new 2.0L petrol engine is keeping in mind our endeavour to broaden the appeal of this fabulous car to customers who are more inclined towards driving a car with a powerful petrol engine at its heart.”
Mechnaically, the Jaguar XJ is powered by an all-new state-of-the-art turbocharged 2.0L Petrol engine, which is a ‘First in its segment’. This engine returns exceptional performance in form of power output of 237 bhp at 5500rpm and torque performance of 340 Nm at 1,750 rpm. This super saloon yields a not-so-bad fuel economy of 9.4kmpl (ARAI Certified). The engine combines three key powertrain technologies; advanced low-inertia, high pressure direct fuel injection and twin variable valve timing to provide outstanding turbocharging drivability with strong low rpm performance and a broad, “torque rich power band”.