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SPORTY HANDLING: The XE S's electric power-assisted steering (Epas) is precise and well-weighted. This is the first Jaguar to have Epas and it feels as natural as the company's hydraulic versions. It is remarkably comfortable - even in the back. The levels of noise, vibration and harshness are low.

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SPORTY HANDLING: The XE S's electric power-assisted steering (Epas) is precise and well-weighted. This is the first Jaguar to have Epas and it feels as natural as the company's hydraulic versions. It is remarkably comfortable - even in the back. The levels of noise, vibration and harshness are low.

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SPORTY HANDLING: The XE S's electric power-assisted steering (Epas) is precise and well-weighted. This is the first Jaguar to have Epas and it feels as natural as the company's hydraulic versions. It is remarkably comfortable - even in the back. The levels of noise, vibration and harshness are low.

Small cat, big plans

The Jaguar XE sports saloon is the start of something big for the brand.
May 16, 2015 5:50 AM

IT may be the smallest Jaguar but the XE represents the biggest investment that the British carmaker has made for a new model. 

As part of the development of the Jaguar XE compact sedan, the Jaguar Land Rover Group invested £2 billion (S$4.2 billion) in a brand new car architecture which

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