The XF is a new sedan from Jaguar aimed at the middle of the luxury car market. The clean styling is a strong break from traditional Jaguar styling cues. This should appeal to those consumers who found recent Jaguar designs to be a bit stodgy. Derived from the S-type, the XF is roughly the same size as the BMW 5-Series, and Mercedes-Benz E-Class, two of its competitors. The interior of the Jaguar is just as modern with an instrument panel that favors aluminum trim over wood. Jaguar offers a range of powertrain options including a fuel-efficient four-cylinder, and supercharged V6 and V8 engines. All-wheel-drive is also available (V6 only) for those that worry about all weather driving.
|Model/Trim/Package ||Engine || || ||Original MSRP
|XF 2.0T ||2.0l I4 T (240-bhp) ||A8 ||RWD ||$50,175|
|XF 3.0 ||3.0l V6 S (340-bhp) ||A8 ||RWD ||$51,175|
|XF 3.0 AWD ||3.0l V6 S (340-bhp) ||A8 ||AWD ||$59,875|
|XF Supercharged ||5.0l V8 S (470-bhp) ||A8 ||RWD ||$70,875|
|XFR ||5.0l V8 S (510-bhp) ||A8 ||RWD ||$83,550|
|XFR-S ||5.0l V8 S (550-bhp) ||A8 ||RWD ||$99,000|