Can the 2016 BMW 3 Series Standard Features Stand Up to a Jaguar?
If the 2016 BMW 3 Series standard features have impressed Great Neck area drivers, we have yet to hear about it. We know that many of our area drivers are already fans of the Jaguar brand, and we think it would be good to show readers what they can expect when the 2016 BMW 320i goes head-to-head with the 2016 Jaguar XE. So we took the standard features for each of these models and compared them to find out which had more to offer the average driver.
Comparing a BMW and a Jaguar
BMW and Jaguar are two of the top auto brands in the Great Neck and New York areas, but one of them has to come out on top. When looking at the available 2016 BMW 3 Series standard features, there are a surprising number that are not included on the 320i.
Here’s just a short list of 2016 Jaguar XE features that you’ll find on each model that BMW would have you pay extra to upgrade for (if they are even available at all):
- InControl Touch: This Jaguar infotainment system comes with navigation, an 8-inch touchscreen, Bluetooth for phone and audio, integrated text to voice, and Jaguar-exclusive InControl apps.
- Lane Departure Warning: Before you would drift from the lane, the Jaguar is able to detect the drift and vibrate the steering wheel if you start to change lanes without signaling.
- Adaptive Cruise Control: Let the Jaguar determine the speed it needs to go. Just engage the cruise control and then the XE will be able to detect the speeds of cars around it and keep pace.
These are just some of the advanced technologies of the XE, and Jaguar has quite a few more available on their luxury sport sedan.
Test Drive the Jaguar XE
There is so much more to a Jaguar than its cabin features, and now that we have your attention, we want you to experience the power and exhilaration of the 2016 Jaguar XE. After all, you already know that it bests the 2016 BMW 3 Series on features; contact Jaguar Great Neck today for a test drive.