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Jaguar XFL Set To Compete With Mercedes E-Class L

Posted on April 25, 2016

With the new Mercedes-Benz E-Class L in its sights, the long wheelbase version of the XF is aimed to those who cannot afford or simply don't want the XJ, but would appreciate an extra 6.1 inches of legroom and 4.5 inches of knee room for rear passengers, thanks to the 5.5 inch increased wheelbase.

Compared to the standard XF, the XFL remains identical, except for the stretched rear doors and obvious increased length. Inside, the British have introduced 8-inch screens in the back of the front seat headrests with digital wireless headphones, and the car also benefits from the latest 10.2-inch InControl Touch Pro infotainment, Meridian Surround Sound System, four-zone climate control with a cabin air ionization, two HDMI ports, two USB 3.0 ports and a 12V power socket. Folding rear tables, heated and cooled rear seats with massage function and electric side window blinds are also part of the package.

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