The German Trinity has been ruling the Indian automobile luxury car segment for a long time and while these companies were earning huge revenues, the the British marque Jaguar was missing out on the hugely rewarding offer.The reason of this loss was because Jaguar was missing the base variant executive luxury saloon market, where Mercedes, Audi and BMW were having a headfirst with 2.0L and 2.2L base variant. Jaguar has finally taken a heed into that direction and rolled out an extremely competitive 2.2-litre diesel XF. Akin to the the 3.0-litre diesel, the 2.2-litre motor is mounted longitudinally and powers the rear wheels. The power and torque figures are marked at 187bhp and 449Nm respectively and translates directly into a responsive and adequately powerful car.To be true the small engine performance is astoundig and the only time you will probably realise the engine's squeezed down capacity is when you want more urge at high speeds. The 2.2L engine is way too eager to rev to its redline and pulls the vehicle in a linear manner while it is doing so. The sprint capacity is marked for 0-100kph in 9.1sec, which is pretty much on par with the rest of the competition. Its kick-down acceleration times are impressive too, which points to why this engine felt so flexible in Indian heavy traffic.
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