Jaguar XF Overview
The midsized XF may be the sportiest-handling car in its class, with agility and steering feel that surpass the Audi A6 and BMW 5 Series. The ride is compliant and composed but has an underlying firmness. Most versions have the supercharged 3.0-liter V6 and eight-speed automatic. Our AWD V6 version proved very quick and agile. The base engine is a turbo four-cylinder. Low-slung, coupelike styling takes a toll on access and visibility. The cabin is beautifully finished, with a near-bespoke quality, but it is snug, especially in back. The controls are needlessly complicated, made all the worse by a fussy, slow-reacting touch screen. Coming this fall, the redesigned 2016 model gets a whole new look, lightweight aluminum architecture and new engines. The next XF also receives a new infotainment touchscreen.
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