The Jaguar XF is one of the best cars to drive in the luxury car class, and it comes with an impressive amount of kit as standard, too. Its engines aren't quite as efficient and quick as its key rivals, and interior build quality is off the pace, but it's still definitely worth considering.read the full model review
Entry-level Prestige trim isn't as spartan as you might imagine, with heated leather seats, cruise control, keyless start, automatic emergency braking, lane departure warning, automatic headlights and wipers, LED daytime running lights, rear parking sensors, an 8.0in touchscreen, a DAB radio and sat-nav all featuring as standard.
The higher-powered of the two 2.0-litre petrol engines is a punchy performer. It’s a smooth and quiet engine, too. There’s no major fuel economy or CO2 emissions penalty for choosing it over the lower-powered unit, so it’s worth a look if you find that version a little slow. An eight-speed automatic is the only gearbox this engine is available with.