2016, 2017 Mercedes S-Class, BMW 7 series, Jaguar XJ L comparison model

2016, 2017 Mercedes S-Class, BMW 7 series, Jaguar XJ L comparison model.
2016, 2017 Mercedes S-Class
Design the Mercedes E-Class long-wheelbase is set apart from its regular sibling by the longer rear doors, similar in style to those of the future Mercedes-Maybach E-Class, already spied testing.
The interior is also said to be identical to the one already seen on the regular wheelbase model, complete with the dual screen binacles with 12.3-inch in diagonal.
2016, 2017 BMW 7 series
The 2016 BMW 7 Series is no different. BMW claims that it features 13 unique new technologies that have not been seen in a car before. That sort of rhetoric has in a way become a bit of a war cry between BMW and Mercedes-Benz (and Audi to an extent), for each attempt to outdo the other with new technologies on every iteration of their top-segment ultra-luxury sedan.
2016, 2017 Jaguar XJ L
The 2016, 2017 Jaguar XJ L Base level XJs get a 340-horsepower, supercharged 3.0-liter V-6 with 0-60 mph times of 5.7 seconds. That’s within 0.8 second of the supercharged V-8, yet returns much better gas mileage (27 mpg on the highway). Both short- and long-wheelbase V-6-powered XJs can be outfitted with all-wheel drive, which should please buyers who routinely deal with inclement weather. But Jaguar is quick to point out the all-wheel-drive system is not a performance enhancer.

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