The premium D-Segment is geting crowded with the introduction of the new Jaguar XE, finally a replacement for the not so popular X-Type. The model is set to rival important cars like the BMW 3-Series, the future Audi A4 and the Mercedes C-Class.

Judging by what Matt Prior says in its latest review of the Xe, Jaguar did a good job with the XE, but still has to work harder to offer the practiccality of its german rivals. Sitting on the rear seats mught be a nightmare for taller passengers. Lets see why.