Jaguar XF Car Reviews

The Jaguar XF is a large executive car that has been in production since 2008. It is a 4-door saloon with space for five passengers. The model is available with a range of petrol and diesel engines. The petrol engines are coupled with a 6-speed transmission while the diesel engines boast an 8-speed transmission, both of which are automatic. The diesel engines offer the best fuel economy.

Price Range: £-1 - £-1
Insurance Groups: N/A - N/A
MPG Range: N/A - N/A
Score: 5/5
Luxury interior
Stylish
Excellent handling
Engines aren't as green as rivals
Headroom a little tight
Fuel economy

Latest Jaguar XF Car Reviews:

Jaguar XF 2.2 Diesel SE 4dr - March 2012
This car gives drivers a lot for their money. The model is priced reasonably for such a high performing vehicle, and it boasts an excellent range of in car equipment. Not only is the engine fast an...
Jaguar XF 3.0 V6 Diesel Luxury 4dr - March 2012
The XF delivers a fast and thrilling driving experience with a smooth and refined ride. The model is a particularly stylish one, with an attractive interior which boats an excellent range of equipm...
Jaguar XF 3.0 V6 Diesel S Luxury 4dr - February 2012
Jaguar is a name that has long been associated with luxury executive cars, and this is exactly what you get with the XF. The cabin is sumptuously designed with some excellent trim, but as with any...
Jaguar XFR 5.0 V8 Supercharged 4dr - March 2012
This sporty Jaguar is not the cheapest car to buy or maintain as its fuel efficiency, road tax and insurance grouping will all be costly. However, the car comes with a superb host of safety, securi...
Jaguar XF Sportbrake 2.2 Diesel Luxury 5dr - April 2013
The Jaguar XF Sportbrake, which is Jaguar-speak for estate, is a recent addition to the XF range which was released as a 4-door saloon to replace the ageing S-Type in 2007. The XF Sportbrake range ...

Jaguar XF Overview

The stylish XF delivers a superb driving experience, particularly at higher speeds. Smooth handling, responsive steering and excellent road grip make for a comfortable, enjoyable ride. Additionally, the ride is also very refined. The Jaguar XF makes light work of keeping wind and road noise to a minimum, and is an accomplished motorway cruiser.

Inside the car the XF boasts comfortable, supportive seats and an electrically adjustable driving position. Legroom is impressive throughout the cabin, while headroom can be a little tight for taller passengers but is more than adequate for most. The boot is also of a favourable size, with the option of folding down the rear seats for extra space.

The Jaguar XF’s level of equipment is excellent. The interior is composed of high quality materials such as wood and leather, with keyless entry and climate control supplied as standard with entry level models.

Background

The Jaguar XF was first announced in 2007. It was built as a replacement for the Jaguar S-Type.

There were many significant changes made to the XF. It sports a revised exterior and boasts a greater level of technology inside the cabin.

In 2009 a Jaguar XF police car was announced, available to UK police forces.

The model received a four star rating when it was crash tested by Euro NCAP in 2010. This rating was improved upon in 2011.

The Jaguar XF was given a facelift in 2011, with a restyled exterior, and has been recognised for several awards over the course of its lifetime.

Summary

The Jaguar XF delivers a smooth, refined ride and comes with an excellent level of equipment. The car boasts a comfortable interior and offers decent value for money.

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