Jaguar’s XF Sportbrake strikes a convincing balance between form and function, but iffy interior quality lets it downread the full model review
Available exclusively with the range-topping V6 diesel, making S trim a very expensive choice. Standard features include heated, electric leather sports seats, 19in alloys and a more aggressive bodykit, plus all of the equipment you get on lesser XFs.
If you have the means, we would recommend opting for this range-topping V6. It is far smoother than any of the four-cylinder units and, thanks to impressive levels of low-down grunt, it can also pull up to 2000kg, which is 400kg more than both the XF saloon and F-Pace SUV can manage.