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Best Year-End Car Deals: Best Luxury Car

The Jaguar XF looks great, offers a refined ride, sporty handling and a well-crafted interior, and carries plenty of power regardless of trim level. With the 2012 version of this luxury sedan on the horizon, dealers are offering zero percent APR financing for up to 60 months on outgoing models. And that's on top of some impressive price cuts offered by dealers; even the supercharged version of the XF is marked down significantly. Read More

Jaguar XF Continues To Lead The Way In Luxury Class

The Jaguar XF has once again emerged as the top luxury car in the annual Auto Express Driver Power survey. Placed a credible third overall in the Driver Power Top 100, the XF proved popular among owners through its mix of reliability, performance and refinement backed up by efficient dealer support. Read More

Sexy, svelte & fast: 2011 Jaguar XF sedan

The rear-drive XF is a four-door Jaguar that fuses the style and performance of a coupe-bodied sports car with the refinement, space and sophistication of a luxury sedan. Its exterior styling was the first expression of Jaguar's new sedan design language with coupe-like lines that belie the amount of space inside; there is room for five adults in comfort, generous interior stowage with impressive trunk capacity.Read More

Jaguar XFR – beauty and the beast

My love affair with Jaguar cars has endured for more than half a century. It really started when, as a child, I spotted a black Mark IX in the local showroom and persuaded my father to trade his Humber Super Snipe for the Jag. Read More

Posted December 2010
Jaguar's 2011 XF the quickest yet

Since the Jaguar XF debuted in 2008, Mercedes-Benz, Infiniti and BMW have redone their midsize luxury sedan models; Lexus, Audi and Acura will do so in the near future. To add to XF's distinctive look and reasonably good value, Jaguar has made the new 5-liter V-8 the standard engine. Read More

Posted Novemeber 2011
Luxury V-8 midsizers: BMW 550i vs. Infiniti M56 vs. Jaguar XF

We compared three of the latest V-8 midsize luxury sedans for this test. We haven't yet tried the Mercedes-Benz E550, though a little word on pricing: the six-cylinder E350, which we have driven, costs as much as the V-8 Jag. Unlike their full-size siblings (save for the M56, which is the top-end Infiniti), price becomes a serious issue when simple options get piled on. Let's take a quick look at the volume leader, the BMW 550i, and head over to its improved competition.

The study is a comprehensive analysis of the new-vehicle purchase experience. 52% of new-vehicle buyers cite dealer treatment as a reason to purchase a car, while 38% cite final transaction price. Read More

Posted Novemeber 2011
Auto Corner: This Cat Purrs, the Jaguar XF

Jaguar's XF Upsets the Balance of Luxury Sedan Leaders jaguar. Quite possibly the most beautifully styled midsize luxury sedan on the market. I'm often asked, "What is the best luxury sedan out there?" In this year's market, there is no clear "best" for midsize luxury sedan. Jaguar's exquisite XF leads a pack of superb contenders, separated more by personal flare than by objective performance or quality.
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Review: 2010 Jaguar XFR is still the Papa Bear

When our man Lieberman drove the 2010 Jaguar XF Supercharged earlier this year, he came to the conclusion that of all the models in the XF range, the mid-grade Supercharged with its 470-horsepower V8 was the one to have...
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Jaguar XF Named Best Executive Car by JD Power

The Jaguar XF has earned important image points for the British brand, as the vehicle had been named the best executive car in JD Power's 2010 UK Vehicle Ownership Satisfaction Study (VOSS).
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Jaguar Performs Like a Coupe
The 2010 Jaguar XF four door looks like and performs like a coupe. Some consumers, me included, prefer the smooth lines and performance of a coupe, but family obligations necessitate room and easy access to rear seats typically found in a sedan.

If you can cover the XF sticker ($61,800 to $85,300), Jaguar has a sedan in the XF and XFR that might interest you.
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2011 Top 10 Performance Sedans: Part One

What, there's a Jaguar in this fine company of pavement-chewing sedans? That's right. It's the 2011 Jaguar XFR, the top-of-the-line model whose 510-hp 5.0-liter supercharged AJ-V8 GEN III engine – along with snarling good looks and super-luxe interior – give ample credence to its inclusion. This cat does zero to 60 in 4.7seconds.
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2009 Jaguar XF Supercharged - Four Seasons Wrap-Up
Only a Jaguar could do this to us. What other car could sweep us off our collective feet with its power, comfort, and elegance, then malfunction repeatedly, and yet remain so beguiling as to make us feel sorry when it leaves? It's not the story we wanted - nor expected - to tell, but it is indeed the bittersweet tale of our Four Seasons Jaguar XF Supercharged.
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2010 Jaguar XF 5.0 Premium - Short Take Road Test
When the Jaguar XF first went on sale in the U.S. in 2008, it did so with two engines: a naturally aspirated, 300-hp, 4.2-liter V-8 and a 420-hp, supercharged version of the same unit. Just over a year after the car was launched, however, Jaguar has completely revamped the powertrain lineup and the range.
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