For The XF offers composed handling, accurate steering and a comfortable high-speed ride. It’s also spacious and loaded with high-tech equipment.
Against Some of the cabin materials fail to live up to Jaguar’s premium image, and options such as the enhanced infotainment system are expensive.
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The Jaguar XF offers a superb blend of luxury and sportiness – it’s one of the best executive cars around.
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There are 8 Jaguar XF versions available
Target Price team says:
If you’re a company car driver, go for one of the four-cylinder diesel engines. They offer low CO2 emissions and excellent fuel economy, and are the cheapest XFs to run.
For private buyers, our pick of the range is the 3.0-litre V6 diesel version. Yes, it’s an expensive choice, but one that combines a powerful engine with agile handling and a smooth high-speed ride.
Whichever XF you go for, it’s worth upgrading the touchscreen infotainment system. The standard 8in InControl Touch set-up is fine, but the larger (10.2in) screen of the InControl Touch Pro system suits the XF’s upmarket cabin far better.