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Jaguar Provides 2017-MY Pricing

June 13, 2016

Photo of 2017-MY F-Pace courtesy of Jaguar Land Rover.
Photo of 2017-MY F-Pace courtesy of Jaguar Land Rover.

Jaguar Land Rover offered additional details about its expanded 2017-MY lineup that now includes five vehicles.

Jaguar released pricing for its F-Pace compact luxury SUV, which will retail for at least $41,985 for the entry diesel-powered 20d model. The 35t powered by a 3.0L V-6 that makes 340 hp will retail for $43,385, while the S powered by the 3.0L that makes 380 hp will retail for $57,695. The F-Pace will arrive in the fall.

Jaguar's XE enters the competitive entry luxury sedan segment with three models that will retail for $35,895 for the 25t equipped with a gasoline 2.0L inline-4 (240 hp), $37,395 for the 20d powered by a 2.0L diesel (180 hp), and $42,695 for the 35t with a 3.0L V-6 (340 hp). The 20d will arrive in the fall.

The XF mid-size sedan, which was redesigned in 2016, will add a diesel-powered model and new entry price point for the Premium trim level. The XF will retail for $48,445 for the diesel 20d with a 2.0L (180 hp), $51,485 for the 35t with the 3.0L, and $63,695 for the S with the higher-output 3.0L. The XF will be offered in XF, Premium, Prestige, R-Sport, and S models.

In its F-Type lineup, Jaguar is adding the F-Type SVR, described as an all-weather supercar that's the "lightest, quickest, most powerful F-Type ever." Five F-Type models will retail for $62,395 for the 3.0L F-Type, $67,795 for the Premium with the 3.0L, $80,095 for the S with the high-output 3.0L, $106,395 for the R with the high-output 3.0L, and $126,945 for the SVR. 2017-MY F-Type convertibles will receive a reconfigured truck that expands useable space to 7.3 cubic feet.

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