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The updated Jaguar XF is extremely stylish, has a sensational handling and is now equipped with a supercharged engine.

15 Feb 2013

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Very first launched in 2007 at the Frankfurt Motor Show, the XF was penned by Jaguar's Design Director, Ian Callum. Of course, despite the significant design change from the Jaguar S-Type, Ian Callum went on to retain the 'leaper' Jag logo on the XF - smacked right in the centre of the boot lid.

The basic sub-structure of the XF has also been carried over from the S-Type, although the body has been stretched to meet crash safety requirements, and heightened to provide additional headroom without compromising on the sporty proportions.

The one thing that hasn't changed from its predecessor

Arrival of the new Jaguar XF that you see here includes the adoption of the new eight-speed automatic transmission, Meridian audio systems and the Intelligent Stop/Start system.


There's really no beating around the bush with this car. The Jaguar XF is one of the best automotive designs of the current era. There are quite a number of changes on its sheet metal and they all add up to continue the good looks of the Brit.

It looks more aggressive now and is extremely sleek and sophisticated. In front, the black hallmark Jag grille is surrounded by the British saloon's sharper head lamps, with well defined 'J-Blade' daytime running lights that's easily one of the most appealing in the business.

Headlamps have been tweaked to give the car a more sophisticated and stylish appearance

The rear end of the Jaguar XF has always been likeable, thanks to its commanding looks that portray a sense of dynamism and purpose. Its elegantly simple designed, with tail lights that have  been tweaked and are now slightly bigger.

These aren't the only changes on the XF. The sides of the car now sports the 'V6' moniker to remind others that it's a spanking new Jag that has been refreshed and revivified. In terms of its design language, there's just no doubt that this XF has announced Jaguar's return to the top shelf - where it rightfully belongs.
Car Information
This model is no longer being sold by local distributors


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Engine Type


V6 Supercharged

Engine Cap





250kW (335 bhp) / 6500 rpm



450 Nm / 5000 rpm



8-speed (A) Jaguar Sequential Shift

Acceleration (0-100 km/h)



Top Speed



Fuel consumption



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