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Tata Motors' arm Jaguar Land Rover rolls out XF saloon

Tata Motors' global arm Jaguar Land Rover has rolled out the new XF saloon in India built at its Pune plant. The company is commencing production of the Jaguar XF, which will feature a 2.2 litre diesel engine. The new car will be available at an entry price of Rs 44.5 lakh.

Jaguar's XF is well equipped with a host of standard features, including rear view camera, TV tuner, navigation system, rear screen electric blind and eight-speed automatic transmission. 

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