Jaguar and AdBlue®
How does Jaguar adapt to the new European standards with AdBlue®?
Like all other automakers that sell their diesel models in Europe, AdBlue Jaguar is legally scheduled to comply with the new European environmental standards. As of 1 January 2015, all newly-introduced vehicles must meet the Euro 6 standard. This includes all the new models on the market, for example: Jaguar XE and Jaguar XF. As for individual vehicles already available on the market and that have been built and shipped by the manufacturer before 1 June 2015, they can still be sold until 1 September 2016. However, the manufacturer must apply for a waiver in such cases.
Jaguar Euro 6 owners and AdBlue ®
For the SCR system to work well, AdBlue® levels in the DEF reservoir (diesel exhaust fluid) of the vehicle must be properly maintained. Each vehicle DEF tank has been designed to limit the number of fillings needed outside the annual revisions. The new Jaguar models consume an average of 1 L of AdBlue® for every 900 km. For F-PACE, a liter of AdBlue® is injected every 650 km (although this may vary depending on the driving style). The size of the tank of AdBlue® varies by model, between 9 and 17 litres, offering an autonomy of conduct ranging from 8,000 km to 15,000 km.
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