2011 Jaguar XJ Supersport Diesel

The current Jaguar XJ is powered by a 5.0 liter V8 engine offered in both naturally aspirated and supercharged versions with outputs ranging from 385 hp to 510 hp. Europeans also get a 3.0-liter V6 diesel engine. Now, rumors suggest that Jaguar is also preparing a 4.4 liter TDV8 engine for 2011 in a model called either the Jaguar XJ TDV8 or the Jaguar XJ Supersport TDV8.

The 4.4 liter diesel engine will deliver a total of 375bhp and a peak torque of more than 600lb.-ft. The sprint from 0 to 60 mph will be made quicker than the supercharged XJ and will return 40mpg. Same engine is also rumored to be offered in theJaguar XF .

Source: Cars UK

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It’s more Quiet, dynamically composed, gloriously comfortable, and supremely unusual, the 2011 XJ does exactly what Jaguar hopes

nice, but whats the reason of selling it? i guess he need some more space on his garage for a new car..

It is also one of aspiring car,the new jaguar XJ Supersport Diesel.It is a European made that obviously have a classic model and supercharge version with output range.

The interior is stylish, but it will date itself very quickly, and it’s a bit busy and overwrought. The outside is nice, but if you combined the upper and lower grille and stuck four rings in the middle.

ya i just sat in one a couple days ago, amazing interior. Still not sold on the D- ar though, otherwise gorgeous car, really stands out. I hope it sells well, it deserves to.

On the Jaguar USA site, it looks like they already have US prices. Go to the "Build Your Jaguar" section.

I actually like the rear end; Jaguar has made an incredible turn around!

I actually like the rear end; Jaguar has made an incredible turn around!

When goosed, the various V-8s make suitably expensive and deep roars. All versions have acoustic devices that plumb intake noise through the firewall.

I think this 4.4 litre version of the same engine with more horses, more torque and better at the petrol pump are going to be a favourite deal because this will have a more power for less fuel.

It’s more Quiet, dynamically composed, gloriously comfortable, and supremely unusual, the 2011 XJ does exactly what Jaguar hopes

huh diesel? but isn’t that the diesel engine emits too much carbon smokes and it’s engine is a little bit noisier than the petrol engine?

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