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Jaguar XE Overview

Just by its looks alone you can state the Jaguar XE is a gorgeous car. Then you experience its plush cabin, its sharp handling characteristics and fall in love with it all over again. And as the latest diesel version makes its entry in the market, it gains another strength of being fuel efficient as well along with all of its other redeeming points. Though, the petrol version was a sporty choice, but to come in-line in competition with its German rivals, Jaguar XE 20d came to Indian shore for efficiency. So lets find out how this product is a good buy for you. View offers on Jaguar Cars from Jaguar dealers in Hyderabad at Autozhop

 

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Jaguar XE Style

At the glimpse of the XE, the first impression we get is of the new XJ. The honeycomb mesh grille comes with the red growling cat and sharp headlamps. The fascia of the XE holds some similarity in design to the other Jags. The headlamp LED layout is new and this is carried forward on the upcoming Jags. Design by Ian Callum and his team, the XE has perfect sculpted proportions, with a long bonnet and the boot size is in proportion with the sloping roofline. The rear haunch is muscular indicating that the power is delivered through the rear wheels. The side profile is typical Jag, and the design DNA is carried forward. The rear styling is identical to other Jags and the tail lamp design has been inspired from the legendary E-Type. The XE comes with 17-inch tyres, our press demonstrator had Pirelli.

The XE has been built on the new iQ [Al] platform. This is an all aluminium platform and Al stands for Aluminium. This will be used to make the new XF, XJ and even the F-PACE. The new-gen vehicles are lighter due to the use of aluminium. This gives XE an advantage in its segment.

Jaguar XE Space

The sporty and understated design philosophy of the exterior has trickled down to the interiors as well. It shares some beautiful elements with the big daddy XJ like the ‘Riva Loop’ which is a continuous band of trim running around the dashboard and connecting the front doors. The dashboard itself sports a clean design with the touchscreen infotainment system taking centre stage. The AC controls are neatly laid out with buttons being of adequate size. Speaking of buttons, it is slightly disappointing to hear a click sound from many buttons. It robs away some of the premium experience and Jaguar could have used better buttons.The overall interior quality is very good in the Jaguar XE. The front seats offer excellent support and are well cushioned. The rear seat is a little tight in terms of headroom for tall passenger owing to the sloping roofline but is otherwise very comfortable. The under thigh support and legroom is good for any passenger below 5’10”. However, a third passenger would not be comfortable due to the tall transmission tunnel and protruding rear AC vents.

The boot is very practical due to its flat and wide floor. The spare tyre is tucked away under the floor unlike the Mercedes C-Class and BMW 3-Series which makes all the boot space usable. The infotainment system is much improved over the previous iterations seen in other Jaguar cars but it still isn’t the best in trade. A very neat party trick in the Jaguar XE is the 360 degree camera which is the best we have ever seen in a car. It works very well to show the complete surroundings of the car and makes parking in tight spaces a breeze. The Meridian sound system will satisfy the audiophile in you by providing good music quality.

Jaguar XE Engine

Jaguar is offering the XE with a 2.0-litre petrol engine only. It comes in two states of tune 197bhp and 237bhp. Our press demonstrator came with the 237bhp engine. This comes mated to an eight speed ZF transmission. Ours is a rear wheel drive and Jaguar is looking at adding more engine options in the future. Press the throttle and overtaking is possible with a blink of an eye lid. Jaguar claims the XE does nought to 100ks in 6.8 seconds, which is almost V6 engine territory. This has been possible with the aluminium body that makes it extremely light and enhances performance. The XE even has a new engine on offer. This feels to the most powerful petrol sedan in its segment, without considering the performance versions of luxury car makers.

Jaguar XE Driving

All Jaguar cars excel in handling and offer a good amount of feedback, though you feel a bit of body roll while pushing it into the corners, but that’s acceptable. Along with agile handling, suspensions are more on the softer side to soak all bumps and potholes at most speeds. The XE displays good stability even at fast speeds and braking performance is consistent and strong. Though, you are familiar with the Jaguar’s driving mode and what else you get is All Surface Progress Control (ASPC) that will hug the surface in slippery conditions.

Jaguar XE Safety

The Jaguar XE got the highest safety rating, 5 star in the Euro NCAP test. It comes with the usual package of safety features which are more or less standard across the segment. The lightweight aluminium structure of the car is supported by high strength steel in impact areas which gives solidity to the car. The sales and service network of Jaguar is limited when compared to the German trio but they are expanding steadily. Yes, the current Jaguar owners haven’t been happy with the service quality but the Tata owned brand is committed towards customer satisfaction.

Jaguar XE Cost in Mumbai

Jaguar Xe Ex-Showroom Price in Mumbai ranges from 35,83,811/- (XE Pure) to 44,70,455/- (XE Portfolio Diesel). Get best offers for Jaguar Xe from Jaguar Dealers in Mumbai. Check for Jaguar XE price in Mumbai at Carzprice

Jaguar XE Conclusion

Jaguar is the last one to introduce an entry-level sedan amongst its peers but it has used its time very well. The XE is an excellent package combining practicality, sportiness and comfort. The engine combined with the gearbox and driving dynamics will ensure that the enthusiast in you is satisfied whereas the comfort level will ensure that the other passengers are comfortable too. It has truly shaken up the segment with the only fly in the ointment being the high price. It is priced at a quite a premium over the Mercedes C200 but we would say it is well worth the premium. The British brand has indeed succeeded in making the baby Jag the best driver’s sedan in its segment.

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Understanding Keywords And Keyword Intent

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Before we go any further, let’s recap some key terms:

1. Keywords are words and phrases that describe what your content is about and what people are searching for

2. Keyword research is about finding those terms so you can use them properly in content optimization and SEO in general.

Why Do Keyword Research?

Keyword research can:

1. Help you identify topics your target audience is looking for

2. Understand what people really want when they enter particular search terms

3. Show you the terms competitors are targeting so you can beat the competition

4. Help you streamline and target all marketing activities

We’ll talk more about how to use the keywords you find in a later section, but for now we’ll focus on the research process itself.

Before we do, let’s look at some different ways of thinking about keywords.

As we’ve said, it’s useful to think about what searchers intend to find when they enter a particular word or phrase. That’s called keyword intent, which is like the search intent mentioned earlier. For Digital Marketing Services Check Vivid Digital  

Understanding Keyword Intent

There are four ways to categorize search intent:

1. Navigational –

when trying to find a particular site

2. Informational –

when searching for the answer to a question

3. Investigational –

pre-purchase searches

4. Transactional –

when searchers actually want to buy

Ideally, you’ll optimize your content for all those types of searches. Learn more about content optimization for SEO here.

Types Of Keywords

Here’s another way to think about keywords. You can describe them as head, body and long tail keywords:

1. Head keywords are generally no more than 1 or 2 words, with a high search volume.

2. Body keywords are usually 2 to 3 word phrases with a medium search volume.

3. Long tail keywords are phrases of four or more words with a low search volume. Most web traffic comes from long tail keywords.

Other ways to describe these keyword types include head, modifier and tail keywords or short, medium and long tail keywords.Google also has its own way of segmenting search queries, as Moz explains:

Their search evaluation quality guidelines list four types of searches:

1. Know (finding information) or Know Simple (finding specific answers)

2. Do (performing an action), including Device Action (like installing a mobile app after a search)

3. Website (finding and visiting a site)

4. Visit-in-Person (taking physical action based on search results, like going to a restaurant)

LSI Keywords

Two more terms people use for keywords are LSI keywords or semantic keywords. LSI stands for latent semantic indexing, which is a kind of smart word association search engines use to figure out what to show searchers. This can help search engines decide whether to show results for the movie or the ship when a searcher looks for information on “Titanic”.

As you’ll see below, you can see LSI keywords in action in any autocomplete search.

We’ll explain more about how to find LSI keywords in the next section. And you can see the section on where to use keywords for more information on integrating these keywords into your SEO content strategy.Whichever way you choose to categorize keywords, one of the most important steps in SEO is doing keyword research. We’ll look at that next.

How To Get Started With Keyword Research

A great starting point for doing keyword research simply involves your brain. Always begin by brainstorming and thinking about the kind of information your visitors will need from you.Keep track of the keywords you think of in a list or spreadsheet, and keep this handy as you go through the keyword research process.

There are lots of ways to find keywords for SEO. One of the simplest is to use the autocomplete function in Google. Start to type, and the suggested phrases are keywords you could consider.You can also complete a search and look at the terms that appear in the “searches related to” box at the bottom of SERPs.

Both those methods will give you some of the LSI or semantic keywords we mentioned earlier. But if you want to find even more of them, you can use LSIGraph to discover long tail terms related to your main keywords. Just type in your keywords, and you’ll usually get a pretty long list. For SEO Companies in London visit here

You can also use dedicated keyword research tools to find keywords to use for SEO. Three of our favorite tools for this are:

1. SEMrush, which we mentioned earlier

2. Ahrefs

3. Google AdWords Keyword Planner

Here’s a brief introduction to each tool.

How To Do Keyword Research With SEMrush

SEMrush makes some functionality available without logging in, but to get the best from it, you should create an account.When you’re logged in, go to SEO Toolkit » Keyword Research » Keyword Overview. Type in your keyword phrase, then press Search.You’ll get in-depth data on search volume and trends, and on the top pages ranking for those keywords.

Scroll down to see the Related Keywords report, which will give you ideas for new keywords you can use for content optimization.You can click on any keyword in the table to get a full report for that keyword.Add suitable keywords to your list of target keywords, or click the Export button to export them into a spreadsheet.Once you’ve found your keywords, use another SEMrush tool, the SEO Content Template, which is part of their Content Marketing Toolkit, to work out the best way to optimize your content.

Type in your keywords. SEMrush will analyze the top 10 results and suggest terms to include in your content to improve your ranking.Want an alternative to SEMrush? You can also use Google Analytics to find SEO keywords for content optimization.

How To Do Keyword Research With Ahrefs

Like SEMrush, Ahrefs includes a lot of tools, and has data on trillions of web links.

With Ahrefs, a good starting point for keyword research for SEO is the Keywords Explorer tool. Type in your terms, choose your country, and search, and you’ll get an assessment of important related keywords and how difficult it will be to rank for those terms, known as “keyword difficulty”.

Ahrefs also includes a keyword ideas section that helps you identify related content terms, as well as the parent topic for your search term.To get the most of this rich tool, make a note of new keywords you want to create content for, and keywords that can help you to optimize existing content.

How To Use Google AdWords Keyword Planner

The Google Adwords Keyword Planner is meant to help with pay per click (PPC) advertising, but it also turns out to be a pretty decent keyword research tool for other content, too.

To use this, log in to your AdWords account and click on the three-dot menu. Choose Planning » Keyword Planner.Next, go to Find new keywords and search volume data. Enter a couple of keyword phrases in the Product field.Use the onscreen filters to tweak your search.

For example, we’re going to look for keywords that have low competition, so we have a better chance of ranking. Save, then click Get Ideas.You’ll see the results in a table, which you can export to look at later.It’s also worth looking Ad group ideas, which is another tab on the results page. This gives you some broad topics to consider for content.

Again, make a note of any you might want to add to your target keywords. Learn more about using the keyword planner for SEO.

How To Find Existing Keywords With Google Analytics

Another option for keyword research is to use Google Analytics to find the keywords people are already using to find your site.

To get the most data, link your Google Search Console account to your Analytics account. Then go to Acquisition » Search Console » Queries in your Analytics account. You’ll see a table with the keywords that bring traffic to your site.Other ideas for finding keywords include:

1. Seeing what people ask in social media updates or blog comments

2. Social media hashtags

3. Book categories on Amazon

And you can also include local search variants where relevant. We’ll talk more about local search later in this guide.