Which used Jaguar XF estate should I buy?
The entry-level diesel feels rather underpowered, so we’d recommend upgrading to the 2.0d 180. This provides enough performance for everyday motoring and returns impressive fuel economy. The range-topping V6 diesel is much smoother and punchier but obviously less efficient.
Of the petrols, the 247bhp 2.0-litre unit offers acceptable straight-line performance, but you have to work it hard to get the best from it, while the more powerful version goes really well but is too thirsty to really recommend.
As far as trim levels go, we’d look for entry-level Prestige, which comes handsomely equipped and should keep the purchase price down.
Our favourite Jaguar XF Sportbrake: 2.0d 180 Prestige
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