Great looking White diesel as well!
ot much, really. The exterior design is a real grower - with its cab-forward stance, short overhangs, and strong graphics, it's better resolved overall than the over-styled BMW and slightly porky looking C-Class.
The cabin is a slight let-down, though. It's clean and functional, and real effort has gone into the infotainment system, which supports all manner of apps as is the modern way. The indicator stalk feels lovely.
But the sat-nav during our various test drives was horrendously glitch-prone, and some of the interior plastics are a bit Albert Steptoe. The XE is also notably spec-sensitive, and beware the colour and trim combinations lurking in the online configurator that yoke Jaguar to its unlamented bowls club past.