Performance and luxury in the Jaguar tradition; stunning interior appointments; wide range of quality materials
Five different trims available for the 2010 XKF: the base Luxury, the Premium Luxury, the Portfolio, the Supercharged and the XFR. All are 4-door sedans that come standard with rear-wheel drive and a 6-speed automatic transmission with JaguarDrive Selector, which uses a unique rotary design that Jaguar claims is intuitive and also saves interior space. It includes a Sequential Shift System, which enables the driver to manually shift gears with steering-wheel-mounted paddles.
The base Luxury XF sedan comes standard with a 4.2L V8 engine making 300 horsepower and 310 pound-feet of torque. The XF Premium Luxury and Portfolio trims come with a 5.0L V8 engine capable of 385 horsepower and 380 pound-feet of torque. The Supercharged XF comes with a supercharged version of that 5.0L V8 engine but delivers 470 horsepower and 424 pound-feet of torque. The top-tier XFR gets the same engine but is tweaked to deliver 510 horsepower and 461 pound-feet of torque.
With the best torsion stiffness in its class, according to Jaguar, the XF offers impressive handling and performance as well as a smooth and well-controlled ride. Variable ratio power-assisted steering offers reduced effort while parking plus better control at high speed.
Standard safety equipment on the base Luxury trim includes antilock 4-wheel disc brakes, cornering brake control, traction control, an anti-skid system, curtain side airbags and front side airbags. The electronic stability control system includes Understeer Control Logic, which decelerates the car and helps restore grip in extreme maneuvers or when loss of traction occurs. The XF's dynamic stability control system offers two different modes, including a Trac DSC mode that allows more slip before intervening. All trims also offer a winter driving mode.
The interior departs from the typical luxury-car mold. Vents are completely flush with the dashboard until the ignition is switched on, when they rotate to an open position. Overhead console lamps operate through a special touch/proximity-sensing system. The interior is bathed in cool blue lighting at night. As with other Jaguar models, the XF uses high-grade materials, supple leathers and a striking matte-metallic finish on the dash. The XF also offers a choice of real wood veneers, including Satin American Walnut, Burl Walnut, or Rich Oak. There are various storage compartments inside, and front cup holders are large enough for a 44-ounce beverage cup.
For 2010, the base Luxury model gets standard voice-activated navigation, heated front seats, a 6-CD in-dash changer and Sirius satellite radio. JaguarSense, the system that uses touch/proximity sensors to detect when an occupant wants to open the glove box or activate the overhead interior lights, is standard.
The Premium trim adds standard xenon headlights, blind spot monitor, front and rear parking aid with camera, cooled front seats. The Premium Luxury trim adds a navigation system, HID headlights and keyless start as standard. The Portfolio trim adds cooled front seats.
The XFR adds 20-inch wheels, 18-way power driver and 14-way power passenger seats, a heated steering wheel, HD radio, adaptive cruise control and automatically adjustable suspension damper settings. Supercharged and XFR have specific tires, brakes and interior trim. They also have Jaguar's new Adaptive Dynamics suspension, which automatically adjusts firmness based on road conditions to balance ride and handling.
Available on all trims is a 440-watt Bowers & Wilkins Premium Sound System which has been specifically designed for the XF's cabin. It features surround sound processing, 14 speakers, a remote amplifier and Kevlar speaker cones. Audio systems on all XF trims are compatible with portable audio players or USB.
For 2010, there are three new trims for the Jaguar XF. The XF Premium trim offers a naturally-aspirated 5.0-liter V8 engine, the XF Supercharged gets the same engine but delivers almost 100 more horsepower, and the high-performance XFR has an even more powerful engine that delivers 510 horsepower. All trims have additional noise-reduction materials for 2010. The 4.2L V8 supercharged engine from 2009 has been discontinued.
Designed as a replacement for the S-Type, the Jaguar XF is a midsize luxury car / sports sedan that was first sold in the United States for the 2009 model year. It competes directly with the BMW 5-Series, Lexus GS 460 and Mercedes-Benz E-Class. Like other Jaguar models, the XF flaunts a very sporty and stylish appearance, with a low roofline and more aggressive stance, pronounced fender vents and a bulging hood design. It's got a more flamboyant style than the competition, not to mention strong luxury and with the XFR, a 510 horsepower engine.
Vehicle Price: 52,000.00
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