/2014 Jaguar XJ Updated With New Features

2014 Jaguar XJ Updated With New Features

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With all the time and energy Jaguar is putting into promoting the new F-Type, one would think they completely forget about the rest of the cars they make. But no. They are in fact updating the entire lineup for 2014, and here’s what the 2014 Jaguar XJ will get.

The engine lineup for Jag’s flagship saloon remains intact, still including a choice of diesel and supercharged petrol 3.0-litre V6 engines and two supercharged 5.0-litre V8 petrol engines. And while they don’t get the new 9-speed transmission, they are available with Intelligent Stop/Start system. The 14MY XJ also features revisions to the rear suspension for optimised ride compliance, providing a smoother journey for rear seat occupants.

Visually, the new model comes with a great choice of colors, and soft closing door technology, like what you get in high-end Mercedes models. The engineers have been more busy refining the interior.

The long wheelbase model, for instance, is now available with two individual ‘airline style’ reclining seats which both feature cushion and squab adjustment, three massage programs – Wave/Rolling, Lumbar and Shoulder. And don’t worry about getting back t the default position for getting in and out of the car. It is possible at the touch of a button. You can even control the front passenger seat from the rear. Massage system is also available with five levels of intensity.

Available amenities for the rear passengers of the 2014 Jaguar XJ LWB models include optional Rear Seat Entertainment package comprises two 10.2” high-resolution screens mounted on the back of the front seat headrests, leather-surfaced business tables, and window blinds, electric of course. Wrapping up the options list is a 1300W Meridian Reference Audio System with 26 super premium speakers.


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