What's the used Jaguar XF saloon like?
The Jaguar XF was a radical departure for Jaguar when it first went on sale in late 2007. Retro styling was out, replaced by a sleek, modern look.
Jaguar also managed to make it more fun to drive than contemporary versions of the Audi A6, BMW 5 Series and Mercedes E-Class, as well as insulating passengers well from wind and road noise. True, the XF's ride has a firm edge to it, but it’s never overly uncomfortable.
The wow factor continues on the inside, where everything is backlit in cool blue, and starting the engine causes the air vents to power open and the gear selector to rise out of the centre console.
There's plenty of space in the front, but the sloping roofline and thinly padded rear seat base means this isn’t the most comfortable place to spend long journeys. Storage-wise, the boot is big enough for suitcases or golf bags, and the rear seats fold down for extra space.