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Background grid Mercedes-Benz C Estate 2007-2014 Jaguar XJ Sedan 2002-2009
Real height1 1.447 m 2
1 1.448 m Real height1
 + 0.1 cm
2 4.596 m Real length
+ 49.4 cm 1 5.09 m Real length
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Front bumper
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Jaguar XJ Sedan  2002 - 2009 Views available
Jaguar
XJ X350
1 Sedan 2002 - 2009 18″
Spotted in Switzerland
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Mercedes-Benz C-Class Estate  2007 - 2014 Views available
Mercedes-Benz
C-Class S204
2 Estate 2007 - 2014 17″
Spotted in Switzerland

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Jaguar XJ (X350) Sedan 2002 vs. Mercedes-Benz C-Class (S204) Estate 2007


Jaguar XJ (X350) Sedan 2002 is 49.4 cm longer and 0.1 cm higher compared to Mercedes-Benz C-Class (S204) Estate 2007

303.3 cm
+27.3
Wheelbase
276 cm
509 cm
+49.4
Length
459.6 cm
185.9 cm
+8.9
Width2
177 cm
144.8 cm
+0.1
Height1
144.7 cm
-- l
Cargo volume3
-- l
-- l
Cargo volume max.3,4
-- l
1. Maximum height | 2. Width with folded mirrors | 3. Most common power unit. Possible deviation of standards. | 4. With rear seats folded down
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inch
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