Jaguar XE is an interesting electric medium sized family car
Are you thinking of buying a used medium sized family car? Then the Jaguar XE is an excellent option. AutoUncle has 2,169 used Jaguar XE for sale in the United Kingdom, compiled from various dealership websites and online marketplaces, providing you with nearly a total overview of all used Jaguar XE for sale in the UK.
What is the average price of a used Jaguar XE?
The price for the British car is dictated by four main factors: what year the model is from, fuel consumption, how far the car has already travelled and the level of equipment in the car.
The price of a used Jaguar XE ranges from £12,495 for the cheapest model to £29,394 for the latest and most well-equipped model.
Equipment for Jaguar XE
Introduced in 2015, the latest generation of Jaguar XE, known as XE comes in the following equipment level:
- Jaguar XE R-Sport (1,148 cars for sale)
- Jaguar XE Portfolio (366 cars)
- Jaguar XE Prestige (339 cars)
- Jaguar XE R-Dynamic (100 cars)
- Jaguar XE S (78 cars)
- Jaguar XE SE (48 cars)
When comparing the prices of used Jaguar XE, it is essential that you exclusively compare with the offers of cars with a similar equipment variant and engine size. If you don't, you could reach a wrong conclusion on which car to purchase.
With an average price of £15,782 on AutoUncle, SE is the cheapest equipment variant available. In contrast, the most expensive equipment variant, known as R-Dynamic averages £31,265.
The Jaguar XE outperforms similar cars in fuel efficiency
The Jaguar XE diesel drives around 50 miles on the gallon. In comparison, an average smallsized family car has a MPG of 37 miles.
Jaguar XE fuel types
AutoUncle’s selection of Jaguar XE available by fuel type:
- Jaguar XE diesel: 1,425 cars - avg. price £18,486
- Jaguar XE petrol: 685 cars - avg. price £24,309
- Jaguar XE electric: 58 cars - avg. price £24,489
- Jaguar XE cng_hybrid: 1 cars - avg. price £16,750
We highly recommend thinking about your driving habits before deciding between the different fuel types. How many miles do you drive in a normal week? Do you take many short trips, or do you tend to drive long distances? If you take many short trips or tend to use your car in the city, you should prioritise electric or petrol cars.
If you typically drive longer distances, we would advise you to choose diesel. It’s worth noting that diesel engines with high emissions are banned from entering cities in certain countries.
The Jaguar XE only exists as saloon
Usually fitted with four doors, the saloon or sedan body type has been popular with families for a long time. That said, their popularity is waning as consumers have begun to gravitate towards the station wagon body type that has more luggage room.
The most popular colour is black
You can get the current generation of Jaguar XE in 9 different shades, which is black, red, blue, grey, white, silver, green, brown and gold.
On AutoUncle you will find most Jaguar XE in black, as we have 429 cars available in that colour for the moment.
Black is the bestselling colour, but beware that it has some disadvantages. For one, scratches and dents are more visible on black cars than on light ones, and on top of that, they have a tendency to get quite hot during the summer.
Red is the second most popular colour with 330 cars available, and blue is the third most popular with 318 cars available.
Alternative cars to the British Jaguar XE
The Jaguar XE is a slightly popular car within its segment and among the most popular alternatives to the Jaguar XE you will find the following cars.
Favored alternatives for the Jaguar XE
- VW Golf
- Ford Focus
- Vauxhall Corsa
- Mercedes A180
The bestselling small family car and a popular alternative to the Jaguar XE is the VW Golf. It has an average sales price of £ 25,475 and right now you can find 18,410 of this car for sale on AutoUncle.
The 2nd top selling car is the Ford Focus with 16,708 cars for sale, and last but not least, the Vauxhall Corsa is the 3rd most popular car in the segment and, with 12,703 cars for sale, is a good alternative to the Jaguar XE.