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I have after an 8 week wait my new Jaguar XE in BRG a metalic Pealecent Green...
Its a fantastic colour that looks so different in todays bright Wiltshire autumn sunshine and this evening looks very different again in darker light.
I made a choice to get a colour that was different from the more usual..... I love it! Have driven it for 200 miles today thru Wilts, glouc , avon and hantson motorways and country roads and she handles brilliantly. No compaints at all!

I would show some photos if I could work out how to add them here !!!!!
 

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Congratulations! Your wait paid off because it looks amazing under the sun. Has that tint of green right where the sun hits it.
Any plans for accessorizing it?
 

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Congratulations! Any road trips planned? Depending on where you are in the UK, there may be some amazing roads near you.
 

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I feel as though the color is quite difficult to convey accurately in pictures. I really want to see this color in person though.
 

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I have now had a couple of good runs with the new car and shes up to 800 miles now. Colour is super and car runs like clockwork and is a dream to drive. If i had to be very very critical and mention things i am unhappy about there would only be
1. no cd player !! I dont have mp 3 5 players so having to use a memory stick for music now ...spent hours puting cds oto it only to find they dont play! had to get son to change the laptop music into mp3 format ! bit anoying...Is there an option for cd player in the ex?
2. rear window is small in rear view mirror but the camera can be utilized to see behind you on the big screen!

Car is returning 49 to 52MPG !!!

marks out of ten?? Id have to say 9+
 

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Lol, not sure if this would work but you can try getting an audio cable with pins on either end that fits auxilery ports and plug it into your portable cd player if you have one and the other end into the car's aux port. Probably won't be able to select songs but you should be able to control the volume.

Great fuel economy numbers!
 
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