Bloomberg News has named the 2011 Jaguar XJ Executive Sedan of the Year. The award is one of seven annual automotive awards bestowed this year by Bloomberg News.
According to Bloomberg News auto columnist Jason H. Harper, “The 2011 Jaguar XJ is the runaway design of the year. It’s simply gorgeous inside and out, and although it is recognizably a Jaguar, it takes the brand in a more forward-thinking and energized direction.”
Priced from $72,700 on the road, the Jaguar XJ is on-sale now at Jaguar dealerships throughout the U.S.
The entry-level 2011 Jag XJ comes with a naturally aspirated engine, which is also offered for $79,500 in XJL long-wheelbase guise. The XJ Supercharged carries a price of $87,500, and the XJL version adds $3,000 to the total, for a final price of $90,500. Lastly, the XJ Supersport and XJL Supersport models cost $112,000 and $115,000, respectively.