Used Jaguar XF Saloon (15-present)

Used Jaguar XF Saloon 2015-present review

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What used Jaguar XF saloon will I get for my budget?

The Jaguar XF is still so new that its entry price is dropping quickly, but at the time of writing, it’ll cost you around £16,000 to get behind the wheel of the cheapest, highest-mileage examples. That means the XF sits slightly cheaper than its newer rivals, though early cars are roughly on a par with their older contemporaries.

To get a handle on whether the XF you’re looking at is really worth the price being asked, try our free What Car? Valuations tool.

How much does it cost to run a Jaguar XF saloon?

Quite a bit, actually. Whether you choose a petrol or a diesel, fuel economy figures don’t tend to match up to those of the XF’s rivals – in fact, some engines lag behind rivals from BMW and Audi by as much as 10mpg according to the official figures.

The good news is that if you choose our favourite version – the 2.0d 180 – you’ll find that economy figures don’t lag behind quite as much as some other engines, with an average figure of 65.7mpg. The 2.0d 240, however, is less impressive with its 51.4mpg average, while petrol versions of the XF will drain their tanks with alarming speed. The supercharged 3.0-litre V6 is the thirstiest engine of the lot, and achieves an average figure in tests of just 34mpg – and you’ll probably find it can’t even match up to that in the real world.

Those high consumption figures translate to high emissions figures, with the result that most of the XFs registered before the 1 April 2017 tax change will incur higher tax than their like-for-like rivals. Fortunately, again, the lower-powered diesels are the exceptions; however, choose the 2.0d 240 or any of the petrol-engined models, and you might be in for a steep tax bill.

Servicing costs are a little pricier than rivals’, so it’s worth finding out whether the car you’re looking at is already covered by a pre-paid servicing package; if it is, you might not have to pay for any services until it’s five years old. If not, your XF will be eligible for Jaguar’s fixed-price servicing scheme once it hits three years old – though even then, it won’t be as cheap as its competitors’.

 

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