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XE, XF and F-Pace Black Edition models get black-themed options, including painted alloys, privacy glass and styling kit

Jaguar has launched Black Edition models for the best-sellers of its range, the Jaguar XEJaguar XF and Jaguar F-Pace, with optional extras included as standard. 

Black Edition trim adds black alloy wheels, a Black Pack exterior styling kit, parking sensors and a reversing camera, privacy glass and metallic paint.

R-Sport models also get a heated front windscreen, heated washer jets and heated front and rear seats, features that are usually part of the optional Cold Climate Pack.

The Jaguar F-Pace R-Sport Black Edition also features a panoramic roof. Jaguar claims this takes the F-Pace R-Sport Black Edition's savings to £2675 over a regular F-Pace R-Sport with the same options added.

Jaguar is offering the models as high-spec trim levels with reduced pricing; they are being offered at prices bolstered with half the value of the options fitted.

Confusingly, Black Edition cars are available not only in black, but also grey, red, white, and blue, with their name being a reference to the American tradition of 'Black Friday' discounting.

Although only available for a limited time, Black Edition models will remain on sale into 2018 and are not limited by number. There are no plans for an E-Pace Black Edition. 

Jaguar is later to the Black Edition game than many, with Audi, Honda, KTM, Nissan, Peugeot, Porsche, Skoda, Vauxhall and Volkswagen all having dallied with such cars in the past. 

During Jaguar's Black Event, which takes place between 24 and 26 November, boosted PCP finance contributions of £6500 and £12,088 are available on the Jaguar F-Type and Jaguar XJ, as well as up to £5300 on the Jaguar XE, up to £6400 on the Jaguar XF and up to £3500 on the Jaguar F-Pace.


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xxxx 27 November 2017

Only Diesel engines?

Should have called it the soot edition then

FMS 25 January 2019

xxxx wrote:

xxxx wrote:

Should have called it the soot edition then


Oh dear...

marker 25 November 2017

It’s a con anyway...

As I see it, this deal - on the F Pace at least - only applies to 4 cyl diesels. Obviously no-one wants to buy a diesel now so they’re trying to shift an unwanted engine. Actually if available on the 300 PS petrol I’d have been very attracted by this promotion. 



1stdarkhorse 24 November 2017

Black edition announced on Black Friday!

Agreed, hardly original and an indication that perhaps the pricing of these cars could have been ambitious?

JLR need to address perceived value if they are to optimise £ sales and by that I don't mean just cut prices or load on options and limited editions. Lifetime value and PCPs, among other tools, can be used to increase returns to the manufacturers and dealers.