Jaguar have have done a really good job of revamping the Jaguar XF taking elements from the other new cars it has released like the Jaguar XE model. The have made this XF look amazing giving it a bigger grill a more streamlined look and have made the rear sharper giving the overall appearance a 10/10. The contours on the front along with those attractive headlights really give this car a serious presence.
This car really looks the business and definitely looks like the money its worth. We have gone with the 2.0 litre automatic diesel that can do 0-62mph in 8.7 seconds with a very fuel efficient engine that can manage 67mpg.
The interior is everything you would expect with comfortable leather seats, quality materials, better specs and Jag has also improved the overall leg room in the rear of the XF. The technology has improved taking the new eight-inch widescreen infotainment system that is much more responsive than the older sluggish and outdated one. Equipment levels are solid, with even the entry-level Prestige model receiving Bluetooth, sat-nav, USB, DAB radio, heated electric leather seats, cruise control and dual-zone climate control to name a few as standard.
Most of these systems are controlled by Jaguar’s touchscreen multimedia setup, which is easy to navigate. There are big buttons at either side of the screen to take you to certain key areas – like audio, nav and climate – but although the layout is intuitive, the touchscreen sometimes takes a while to respond. This is a great car to have and its reliable and can be used for all your needs.