Jaguar xf review 2016

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It was the new Jaguar. But as the XF enters its second generation, it has emerged looking a lot like its predecessor, which is now an old Jaguar. Its shape retains the aggression you expect of a brand named after a predatory cat. Despite looking like the old XF, no sheetmetal is shared. The added length is simply a visual trick, though, as the XF is about the same size as before.

2016 Jaguar XF

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We love its blend of comfort and sportiness, its efficiency and performance. You wait for a new executive challenger for years, then three turn up all at once. Well, almost. If you have to buy now, the new Jag makes a fine choice and, for now, tops the class.

2016 Jaguar XF First Drive Review

The Jaguar XF has long been something of a raffish choice for those seeking a smart luxury car. This second-generation version follows in the steps of the original XF in offering arrestingly suave looks allied to a slick and rewarding driving experience. Later models trimmed the range down, with just 2. These were the 2. Upgrade to Portfolio and your XF gets more luxuries such as 18in alloy wheels, Windsor-clad leather upholstery, more electrical front seat adjustment, gloss veneer, split-folding rear seats, a heated windscreen, keyless entry, front parking sensors and a reversing camera, as well as a W Meridian sound system.
Make no mistake, the original Jaguar XF was a genuine breakthrough car. The first Jaguar sedan designed under Ian Callum's direction, it was a clear statement of intent in terms of establishing a fresh, modern design direction for the storied British brand. And it worked. More than , XFs have been sold worldwide since the car was launched in , and in its last full year of production global sales topped 48, It is one of the most successful four-door Jaguars ever.