What used Jaguar XF estate will I get for my budget?
Around £12,000 will buy you one of the first 2012-2013 XF Sportbrakes, but it might have a higher-than-average mileage. Spend between £13,000 and £15,000 for a car with an average mileage and a full service history, bought from an independent dealer. Up the ante to £15,000-£17,000 and you’ll land a good 2014 car, while £18,000 and above will net you a 2014-2015 car from a franchised dealer.
How much does it cost to run a Jaguar XF estate?
Both versions of the 2.2-litre diesel engine, in either 161bhp or 180bhp, manage the same claimed economy figure of 55.4mpg and CO2 emissions of 135g/km. This is pretty good going for such a heavy estate car but, in reality, you might find that figure being nearer 32-35mpg – still a respectable figure for something so large. The 3.0-litre V6 engine is inevitably not so efficient, although many will accept that for the increased oomph it offers.
Service intervals are up to every two years or 21,000 miles, and fixed-price servicing plans are available that cover the XF for up to five years or 75,000 miles.