Fingers crossed for you, really.I ordered an R-Dynamic HSE P250 in Bluefire Blue on the 16th of May and my delivery date is currently showing as the 30th of September. Fingers crossed!
Odd! The configurator page I can see atFingers crossed for you, really.
Today, the P250 has been dropped from the configurator by the look of it. It's P300 only. No idea when that happened. And the 300 Sport has disappeared 😕 .
Existing orders may be different one would hope, but the history of this thread has been long and messy. Hoping for someone with some good news soon!
It's a poor way the keep the excellent XE on our roads. If it were actually a bad car, you could understand it, but it isn't. It really isn't. It's a superb package.
You're quite right! I think there was a Sunday night IT update going on that ran into Monday morning. Weird. I am quite sure it was not there, as some other options were missing too on the models that were still there.Odd! The configurator page I can see at
P250 RWD is a good package, but then I am biased I'd perhaps have done the same had I been in market. Instead, I put the money into my pension fund....the dull things we have to do sometimes!I‘ve been thinking about replacing my existing XE since the middle of last year but didn’t want a diesel or 4WD, so when the P250 was announced as part of the MY23 line up in May with a 6 month delivery, I took the plunge.
Unfortunately you can’t access the build data for free any more on Topix but you can email Jaguar CRC quoting your VIN and they will send you the info.Well decided not to wait any longer and have bought a used Dynamic S 2.0d does anyone have access to VIN decoder for spec as buying from a SEAT dealer who took it in part exchange and not confident they know the full spec
Exactly what I said earlier in this now mammoth post.Thank you.
"We’re going to position each of the current cars within the Jaguar portfolio in a very curated way...."
I have been in sales most of my working life. This is fairly typical marketing gobbledegook.
It is clearly the end of the line for XE and XF. Sadly. Good quality used examples will be in demand.