You Can Now Order A 2019 Jaguar XE Landmark Edition In The UK

Jaguar is adding a new special edition to the XE’s range, called the Landmark Edition, featuring a carefully selected specification along with unique design elements.

The new Jaguar XE Landmark Edition is based on the existing R-Sport trim level, featuring a Sport front bumper, model-specific 18-inch alloy wheels, body-colored side sills and boot spoiler, as wells as having its window surrounds, door mirror caps and side vents finished in Gloss Black.

Customer will be able to choose between three exterior paint options -Yulong White, Firenze Red and Santorini Black- for their new 2019 Jaguar XE Landmark edition.

The interior of the new XE Landmark Edition features leather upholstery, Landmark-branded treadplates, and the company’s Touch Pro infotainment system with a 10-inch touchscreen display, among other features.

The new 2019 Jaguar XE Landmark edition will be available with a wide range of Ingenium petrol and diesel engines. All petrol engines are now fitted with particulate filters for even cleaner emissions.

“Our award-winning XE offers the agility and dynamic handling of a Jaguar, thanks to its advanced Integral link rear suspension with hollow-cast aluminum, alongside enhanced connectivity and best-in-class safety features like our pioneering Autonomous Emergency Braking system,” said Nick Rogers, Executive Director, Product Engineering, Jaguar Land Rover.

“The Landmark Edition is offered with our Ingenium petrol and diesel engines, now with all-new calibration to improve acceleration and transient response, as well as the latest filter technologies, continuing our commitment to reduce vehicle emissions”, he added.

The new 2019 Jaguar XE Landmark edition is available to order now in the UK, with prices kicking off from £36,955 OTR.

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  • Mynameis Taylor

    I know most see these Jags as beautiful cars, and yes I think they’re handsome. However I just don’t think jaguar is really in the premium segment. I think it’s placed right below premium, like “Genisis” and it’s price point should reflect that.

    • Dr Strangefingger

      I completely agree. I think they’ve gone too mainstream over the past decade and have lost a lot of what made them so unique in the past, e.g., just look at that interior vs past Jag generations.

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