The 2016 Jaguar XJ is one of the coolest luxury cars currently on the market, engineered to give you some most luxurious experiences on the road mixed with the highest performance available. For those of you who desire a little bit more out of your vehicle, the XJ is available in another trim known as the XJL! You may be wondering what the difference between the two is, our team at Jake Kaplan’s Jaguar can let you in!
Differences between the 2016 Jaguar XJ and 2016 Jaguar XJL
The 2016 Jaguar XJ is already considered the pinnacle of Jaguar’s automotive line, and the XJL is designed for those who desire a bit more room. The main difference between the XJL and XJ is an extra 4.8 inches of rear legroom, due to a longer wheelbase present on the XJL. Quilted seats and an available Rear Seat Entertainment System add to the XJL’s appeal, but both models are more than suitable for all types of drivers!
Along with the XJL model’s longer body and increased technology, it also offers drivers some helpful performance features. Some of the most notable are Stop/Start Technology, which subtly turns your engine off while you are at a complete stop to conserve fuel, and All-Surface Progress Control, which helps you to stay level and secured on the road no matter what elements lie ahead.
What do the Jaguar XJ and Jaguar XJL have in common?
Being that they are considered part of the same model line, the XJ and XJL share many similarities with each other, especially when it comes to performance and safety. Some of these similar features include:
- 3.0-liter turbocharged V6 engine capable of producing up to 340 horsepower/332 lb-ft of torque
- Meridian ™ Digital Surround Sound System
- Four Zone Automatic Climate Control
- Connection to Jaguar InControl Touch Pro
- Road Sign Recognition
- Adaptive Cruise Control
- Blind Spot Monitoring
Test drive the 2016 XJ and XJL at Jake Kaplan’s Jaguar!
Both the XJ and XJL are icons of the Jaguar model line, and if you are interested in seeing what they can do for you we encourage you to schedule a test drive with our team at Jake Kaplan’s Jaguar! We’d be happy to discuss the distinct differences between these two vehicles, as well as anything else you might need!