In production since 2008, the Jaguar XF is a smart, luxury car for those who want to cut something of a dash on the road. It’s a classic five-seat sports sedan in modern form, combining suave looks with a polished and fun driving experience. Stylistically, there are nods back to Jaguar’s golden age, with coupe-like rear lines and a bulging bonnet under which lurk some of the manufacturer’s most powerful engines. Various updates over the years have brought refinements to the interior, as well as tweaks to the trim line-up that allowed the base models to undercut the likes of the BMW 5 Series and Mercedes E-Class on price.
The Jaguar XF model page has all you need to know about specs, prices and models.
What we think about the Jaguar XF
The Jaguar XF is great to drive and great to look at, with the lower-spec models undercutting rivals on price.
Interior build quality doesn’t match some rivals
Engines aren’t the most economical
The XF took Jaguar’s styling in a new direction. It was the last model developed by Jaguar under Ford ownership, and in 2011, new owners Tata Industries updated the design for a sleeker look. The next update, in 2015, brought an updated range of engines and an eight-speed automatic transmission, before the 2020 iteration brought further refinements both inside and out. Four trim levels are split into two categories: Luxury and Sport.
Our verdict of the Jaguar Xf
4 / 5 Gumtree rating
The Jaguar XF brings some serious style to the executive saloon class, combining stunning looks with comfort inside and fun behind the wheel.