||H2 Adventure Series SUV
nice condition inside and out, very well optioned, these are great
driving vehicls and still have a lot of road prescence, great color
combo, books / manuals window sticker and 3 keys & remotes, very
low original mileage, 1 owner vehicle. Clean
CarFax showing no accidents or issues. New tires. These are
getting tough to find with this mileage and in this condition.
|3 keys - 3 remotes
|Yes + window sticker
/ best offer
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(VIN: 5GRGN23U16H106959), pewter met. / wheat leather and black carpeting, 58,500 original miles, 4-spd. auto trans.,
Vortec 6.0-liter V8, full-time 4WD, traction control, locking rear
differential, 2-speed transfer case, dual front airbags, 4-wheel
disc brakes w/ ABS, rear limited slip differential, ladder-type frame with full-length box section side rails.
Options: 1SB Adventure package (air suspension incl. compressor and springs), black front brush guard with Hummer branded
lights, locking crossbar roof rack, BOSE sound with in-dash AM/FM/6CD with sat radio, leather interior incl. 2-stage heated
front and rear seats, power front seats with 2-position memory, Removable square U-steps, exterior mounted spare tire, new
carpeted floor mats, 17” aluminium rims with brand new General Grabber A/TX 10-ply tires tires (315/70-17) & alignment.
Recent oil service and general inspection, 8,600 GVWR, 6,400 lb. curb weight, 6,700 lb. towing capacity, 32 gallon fuel
capacity, book & manuals & window sticker, 3 keys & 3
remotes. No open recalls or service bulletins, clean CarFax
no accidents & 1-owner from new, extremely nice condition inside
and out, freezing cold a/c and drives great. Sold with a
clean Indiana title.
New MSRP of $57,675.00.
Optional Equipment: Pure full-time AWD, 18” Templar 5-spoke rims, soft grain leather steering wheel, NLI Nav with SD card,
InControl apps, Jaguar voice control, Cold weather package incl. heated seats with 8-way power, keyless entry, push button
start, Meridian sound with 380W & 11 speakers + sub, Bluetooth phone, USB audio & sat radio, 3G wifi hotspot, backup
camera, large tilt & sliding sunroof w/ sunshade, HomeLink and more. The 3rd Elite service was completed 02/11/2020 @
Full factory warranty until June 15, 2022 or 60,000 miles - all recommended services will be completed at a Jaguar dealer
throughout the warranty period free of charge, new MSRP of $45,923.00.
Tires: Continental ProContact GX (225/45-18f & 245/40-18r)
Tread Measurements: DF: 7.5/32, PF: 7.5/32, DR: 8/32, PR: 8/32 (10/32 is new tire tread depth).
09/2016 - vehicle completed by manufacturer and delivered to dealership winter of 2016.
10/03/2016 - vehicle offered for sale by Jaguar Land Rover Farmington Hills, MI with 2 miles.
06/16/2017 - purchased from Jaguar Land Rover Farmington Hills, MI and registered in Northville, MI with 84 miles.
06/15/2018 - vehicle traded to Feldman Chevrolet of Novi, MI with 1,329 miles.
08/10/2018 - vehicle sold to 2nd owner and registered in Farmington Hills, MI with 1,387 miles.
10/2020 - vehicle offered for sale by Buxton Motorsports in Evansville, IN, 16,300 miles.
History of service:
10/07/2016 - vehicle serviced and prepped for delivery by Jaguar Land Rover Farmington Hills, MI with 9 miles.
03/17/2017 - trunk weatherstrip replaced by Jaguar Land Rover Farmington Hills, MI with 34 miles.
03/01/2019 - vehicle inspected and serviced - recommended maintenance and oil change and tire pressure monitor
reset by Jaguar Land Rover Farmington Hills, MI with 3,574 miles.
11/11/2019 - vehicle inspected and serviced - recommended maintenance and oil change by Jaguar Land Rover
Farmington Hills, MI with 8,896 miles.
01/17/2020 - vehicle inspected and serviced - recommended maintenance by Howard Orloff Imports Chicago, IL
with 12,778 miles.
02/25/2020 - vehicle inspected and serviced - recommended maintenance for 3rd Elite service - oil change, brake
fluid renewal, engine air filter & cabin air filter by Howard
Orloff Imports Chicago, IL with 14,624 miles.
Car & Driver review of the 2017 Jaguar XE Sedan, linked here: 2017 Jaguar XE, Please sirs, we want some more.
Motor Trend review of teh 2017 Jaguar XE Sedan, linked here: 2017 Jaguar XE First Test: Here's Your Luxury Sport Sedan Handling Benchmark
Full Edmunds Review: 2017 Jaguar XE Sedan
now and again, an upstart luxury sport sedan comes along to challenge
the status quo. But the challenge is usually unsuccessful, simply
because the established German players are so good at what they do.
Nonetheless, we think a happier ending is in store for the all-new 2017
Jaguar XE. The venerable British carmaker has taken dead aim at the
segment stalwarts, and the result is a fully competitive sedan with
thrilling performance and head-turning style to boot.
The 2017 Jaguar XE's styling evokes that of its bigger sibling, the handsome XF sedan.
fact that the XE looks as good, if not better, than its rivals can be
seen in photos. Where its inner beauty lies, however, is in the driving
experience it provides. Its superlative balance between sharp, engaging
handling and a comfortable, composed ride is among the absolute best in
the entry-level sport sedan segment. This is a car that sets out to
make a connection with the driver in a way that competitors have
increasingly failed to do.
key to its success could be its diverse range of compelling engines.
The most popular will likely be the turbocharged 2.0-liter
four-cylinder (240 horsepower), but there's also a fuel-sipping
turbodiesel four (with a whopping 318 pound-feet of torque) and a
stirring supercharged V6 (with 340 hp). The latter two are available
with all-wheel drive.
the XE certainly isn't lacking on the feature content front, but its
space and quality leave much to be desired. In particular, the cabin's
materials and construction trail those of most competitors by a
considerable margin. It feels closer to a Ford Fusion (an admittedly
high-quality midsize sedan) than a Mercedes-Benz C-Class.
such, we think the 2017 Jaguar XE is best suited to those who want to
drive an engaging car and look great doing it. It's something fun,
something different, and it stands out in a good way. However, there's
no getting around the fact that its well-rounded German competitors
will probably be a better fit for more car shoppers. These include the
BMW 3 Series, Mercedes-Benz C-Class and Audi A4. Taking a look at the
Lexus IS or the Cadillac ATS (similar to the XE in many ways) is also a
good idea. Inevitably, Jaguar finally has a car that competes in this
group, and we think it's definitely worth a test drive.
safety features on the 2017 XE include stability and traction control,
front-seat side and side curtain airbags, and hazard lights that
automatically activate under heavy braking. A rearview camera is
standard on the Premium trim level and above, while the R-Sport further
comes with drowsy driver monitoring, blind-spot monitoring, rear
cross-traffic alert, front and rear parking sensors, lane departure
warning and intervention, forward collision warning, and forward
collision mitigation with automatic emergency braking.
R-Sport trim's standard front and rear parking sensors and blind-spot
monitoring with rear cross-traffic alert can be added to the Premium or
Prestige trim via a Vision package (which also adds the adaptive xenon
headlights with automatic high beams). As noted above, there's also a
Driver Assistance package (R-Sport) with additional safety technologies.
XE comes with InControl Protect (including SOS emergency calling,
Jaguar roadside assistance and stolen vehicle location) and InControl
Remote (a smartphone app with vehicle status reports, remote locking
and unlocking, and other remote features).
Edmunds testing, an XE 35t R-Sport came to a stop from 60 mph in 116
feet, which is a bit longer than average for a car with summer
2017 Jaguar XE is a small luxury sedan offered in four main trim
levels: base, Premium, Prestige and R-Sport. Each can be paired with
multiple engines, denoted in the model name by 25t (gasoline
four-cylinder), 20d (diesel four-cylinder) or 35t (gasoline
six-cylinder). Specifically, the base XE comes in 25t or 20d
specification, while the Premium and Prestige are offered with all
three engines, and the R-Sport comes in 20d or 35t form. Note too that
every XE with the 35t engine includes a sport-tuned suspension, which
is also included with the XE 20d R-Sport (rear-wheel-drive only).
base XE starts with 17-inch wheels, three selectable drive modes
(Normal, Eco and Dynamic), automatic wipers, automatic engine
stop-start for conserving fuel at rest, an electronic parking brake,
remote keyless entry, push-button start, a dual-zone automatic climate
control, an auto-dimming rearview mirror, eight-way power front seats,
a leather-wrapped steering wheel, Bluetooth, the 8-inch InControl
touchscreen, and a six-speaker audio system with HD radio, a USB media
port and an auxiliary audio jack. A navigation system with InControl
Apps is optional.
Every Jaguar XE from the Premium trim on up has one of two powerful Meridian audio systems.
Premium adds different 17-inch wheels (or 18-inch wheels if you get the
XE 35t), power-folding and auto-dimming side mirrors, driver memory
settings, a rearview camera, a 40/20/40-split folding rear seatback and
an 11-speaker Meridian audio system with a subwoofer.
with the Prestige further equips the XE with 18-inch wheels (19-inchers
for the XE 35t), metal doorsill inserts, keyless entry and ignition,
ambient interior lighting, a power-adjustable and heated steering
wheel, heated front seats with four-way power lumbar adjustment,
upgraded leather upholstery and the navigation system with InControl
there's the R-Sport with its own wheel designs (18-inch wheels for the
XE 20d, 19s for the XE 35t), adaptive xenon headlights with washers,
LED running lights, automatic high beams, a rear spoiler, distinctive
exterior trim details, sport front seats, an imitation-leather-wrapped
instrument panel, satellite radio and a number of safety technologies
(see Safety section for details).
of the higher trims' standard features are offered on lower trims as
options. Additionally, the Prestige and R-Sport trims offer Jaguar's
Adaptive Dynamics (adaptive suspension dampers and adjustable drive
settings), a Black Design package (gloss-black exterior trim), a
Comfort and Convenience package (ventilated front seats, heated rear
seats, power rear sunshade, power trunklid), a Driver Assistance
package (adaptive cruise control, forward collision warning with
advanced automatic emergency braking, surround-view parking camera,
automated parking system, traffic sign recognition) and a Technology
Pack (mobile 3G Wi-Fi hot spot, CD/DVD player, the 10.2-inch InControl
Pro touchscreen and a 17-speaker Meridian audio system).
standalone options include some of the items from the above packages
plus 20-inch wheels, a head-up display, and a handful of special
interior trim and veneer selections.
2017 Jaguar XE comes standard with an eight-speed automatic
transmission and one of three engines. The XE 25t employs a
turbocharged 2.0-liter four-cylinder (240 horsepower, 251 pound-feet of
torque), while the XE 20d gets a turbodiesel 2.0-liter four-cylinder
(180 hp, 318 lb-ft) and the XE 35t steps up to a supercharged 3.0-liter
V6 (340 hp, 332 lb-ft).
drive (RWD) is standard, and all-wheel drive (AWD) is offered on the XE
20d and XE 35t. Jaguar's AWD system is performance-oriented, operating
mostly in rear-wheel-drive mode unless traction dictates that power be
to EPA fuel economy estimates, both the XE 25t and 35t should return 24
mpg combined (21 city/30 highway) with RWD. The 35t AWD should return
23 mpg combined (20 city/29 highway). The XE 20d returns 36 mpg
combined (32 city/42 highway) with RWD and 34 mpg combined (30 city/40
highway) with AWD.
Edmund testing, an XE 35t AWD went from zero to 60 mph in 5.1 seconds.
This is very quick and typical for a sport sedan with an upgrade
engine, but it still trails the all-wheel-drive BMW 340i xDrive's
incredible 4.4-second time.
2017 Jaguar XE could easily win you over once you turn its rotary
transmission selector to Drive. It's a car engineered for the driver
who wants to feel the road through the steering wheel and the seat of
the pants. While many cars, including the vaunted BMW 3 Series, have
moved toward being more comfortable and isolating, the Jag XE doubles
down on driving dynamics. The steering is exceptional, delivering
consistent weighting and providing an impressive amount of feedback.
You can feel what the car is doing.
also knows how to tune a suspension, managing to maintain control
around corners and feel perpetually composed yet still deliver a
well-damped ride that soaks up bumps and never punishes you for its
athleticism. This perception is even better when you choose the
Advanced Dynamics Pack. Truthfully, you won't notice a big difference
between its standard and Dynamic settings, but the adaptive
suspension's ability to further improve upon ride comfort and handling
is well worth the extra cost. Really, the XE could go up against the
Cadillac ATS as the most engaging luxury sport sedan to drive right now.
course, the engine you select makes a difference. At this point we've
only sampled the 35t's supercharged V6. Like Jag's supercharged V8s,
the XE's 340-hp engine upgrade delivers silky smooth, effortless power
that is pleasantly different in character compared with those offered
by competitors. The fact that it gets the same EPA-estimated fuel
economy as the base 2.0-liter turbocharged four-cylinder would
certainly make us think long and hard about paying extra for the 35t.
Of course, the presence of a diesel engine certainly makes the 20d the
engine to get for those who prioritize fuel economy. If there is one
disappointment from a powertrain perspective, it's the unrefined
automatic stop-start system that draws too much attention to itself.
2017 Jaguar XE's cabin features an attractive, uncluttered dashboard
with clean lines, but it lacks the sort of visual flair that made the
original Jag XF and current XJ so special. Its quality also leaves a
lot to be desired. Compared to what's in its German luxury sedan
competitors, the door trim looks and feels a bit flimsy, the trim that
wraps around the dash is unremarkable, and the dash top itself is shiny
and a bit coarse. Our test car also had more squeaks and rattles than
usual, and in general, the XE's cabin feels as if it belongs to a nice
midsize family sedan rather than an entry-level luxury one.
opting for a non-black color scheme improves things as does opting for
the range-topping R-Sport model that covers the dash in stitched
simulated leather. It makes a difference. So too does the 10.2-inch
InControl Pro touchscreen included in the Technology Pack. It has
impressively quick processing speed, responds well to inputs, and its
especially wide size makes it look modern and aids functionality. Some
of its audio controls are a little tricky to figure out, but in
general, the system works well. The same could be said of the base
InControl touchscreen, but it's smaller, slower to respond and has less
The 2017 XE's interior offers plenty of tech features, but its quality could be much better.
keeping with the segment's sporty character, the 2017 XE feels snug and
intimate from the driver seat. Controls fall readily at hand and the
supportive driver seat should adjust enough to accommodate taller
drivers. Unfortunately, such ample adjustment up front does take its
toll on the backseat. The XE's Audi, BMW and Mercedes competitors all
have more spacious rear accommodations. And although the
15.9-cubic-foot trunk would seem to be among the segment-best on paper,
in practice it's a bit narrow and those of competitors are likely more
Picks: This Jaguar has obviously always been garaged and is in excellent condition inside and out.
The paint is shiny and shows little to no rock pecks or road rash on the front bumper cover. The body
has no door dings or flaws, the window glass is in excellent condition. The rims have no cosmetic flaws
and the tires are high quality and have deep tread. The carpeting looks new and the leather interior is
excellent ... there are no issues with the seat bolsters and the dashboard has no warping or issues with
leather shrinkage. The door sills show no scuffing from ingress and egress. The interior trim and buttons
looks new and all electronics and dials / buttons function as-designed. Nothing else to reasonably fault.
Purchased from a longtime client of BMI and friend of BEB. Full factory warranty until June 15, 2022 or
60,000 miles. The full set of photos show the condition, so please request and review them.
Numerical Condition Evaluation:
(1 denotes Very Poor / Item needs replacement, 10 denotes Excellent / Showroom New)
CONV. TOP: N/A
WINDSHIELD / GLASS: 9.5
INT. CARPETING: 9.5
SERVICE RECORDS / OWNERSHIP HISTORY: 9
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