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Jaguar XF

2017
Jaguar XF 2017 sedan Trim Shown: 2017 Prestige sedan AWD Automatic
The XF is the sportiest among midsized luxury sedans. It's taut and agile, with lively steering, yet possesses a supple and composed ride. The 340-hp supercharged V6 is punchy, but may have too much of a growling note for a luxury car. A more powerful 380-hp version is also available. We got 21 mpg overall with our all-wheel-drive XF. The front and rear seats are very comfortable, and the trunk is large. However, interior ambience is a bit austere for a Jaguar, and the standard infotainment system is slow and somewhat fussy. The air-conditioning system is rather wimpy. All models get a generous five-year/60,000-mile warranty, which includes free scheduled maintenance and roadside assistance. The 2018 model year brings a new 2.0-liter turbocharged four-cylinder engine.
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2016
2016 Redesign Year
Jaguar XF 2016 Trim Shown: 2016 S
Jaguar's mid-level S-Type sedan was introduced for 2000, competing with the likes of the Audi A6, BMW 5 Series, and Mercedes-Benz E-Class. The S-Type shared its rear-drive platform with the Lincoln LS. We found handling to be fairly nimble, and the ride supple and controlled. The optional V8 was strong and smooth, the V6 much less so. The interior was a bit tight and the trunk was tiny. Overall, the driving experience was more run-of-the-mill than luxurious. Reliability has been mostly subpar. The XF replaced the S-Type for 2009. It brought first-rate driving dynamics and a comfortable ride but a rather snug though beautifully finished interior.
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2013-2015
2013 Redesign Year
Jaguar XF 2015 Trim Shown: 2015 V8 Supercharged
Tastefully eccentric, the Jaguar XF has a very distinct personality. Agile handling, lively steering, coupe-like styling and avant-garde secondary controls are among its distinguishing characteristics. That said, we did find fault with the responsiveness of its touchscreen infotainment system and rear seat legroom. The XF also rides a bit more firmly than we've come to expect from Jaguar sedans. Available active safety technologies include blind spot monitoring, adaptive cruise control, pre-collision warning, and emergency braking.
Average Retail Price Trade-in Price Reliability Verdict Owner Satisfaction View Local Inventory
2015 $32,100 - $71,575 $29,020 - $66,470
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2014 $26,125 - $61,200 $23,280 - $56,780
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2013 $23,275 - $53,200 $20,350 - $49,250
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2009-2012
2009 Redesign Year
Jaguar XF 2012 Trim Shown: 2012 Base
The XF replaced the S-Type for 2009. Considerably more in keeping with the traits we've come to expect from Jaguar, the XF brought first-rate driving dynamics and a comfortable ride. While somewhat snug, the interior is beautifully finished, although some of the controls are more complicated than they really need to be. This iteration of the XF can be found with either V8 or V6 power.
Average Retail Price Trade-in Price Reliability Verdict Owner Satisfaction View Local Inventory
2012 $19,925 - $31,275 $17,020 - $28,140
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2011 $15,000 - $25,075 $12,140 - $21,980
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2010 $11,550 - $18,900 $8,810 - $15,880
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2009 $11,025 - $12,350 $8,270 - $9,560
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