New 2016 Jaguar XF set to go on Sale in the UK 0

Jaguar turns 80 this year, and 2015 is set to be the busiest year ever for the luxury British car manufacturer. The Jaguar XF has been developed to rival the highly rated BMW 3 Series, there have also been updates to the F Type, XJ and even the E Type has been brought back to life. But the all new XF is set to be the heart of the new range.

Body & Interior

2016-Jaguar-XFVery similar to the XE and XJ, with the same curve arcing from door to door, the same switch gear as the XE, and an added bosch developed in control touch screen which is a huge improvement from the system included in the original XF.

The start up theatrics from the original Jaguar XF model makes a return to the new model, and there has been a huge improvement to the space you have inside the XF, there is a lot more headroom and legroom, all thanks to the added 51mm in the wheelbase that has made this possible.

Engine

There are four engines to choose from for the XF, two of them are four cylinder diesels from the Jaguar Land Rover’s new Ingenium family, with 161 break horse power and 178bhp options respectively. You can also choose from a 296bhp V6 turbo diesel and Jaguars familiar 3.0 litre supercharged V6, with 375bhp.

The two four cylinder diesels are really important to Jaguar in terms of sale figures, as they are both set to lead sales of the Jaguar XF offering the market the best mixture of emissions and fuel consumption. The 161bhp diesel engine can produce 70.6 miles per gallon and 104 grams per kilo gram when equipped with the right wheels.

Price

The Jaguar XF range kicks off at £32,300 for the prestige 2.0 diesel 161bhp, which comes with 17 inch alloys, heated leather seats, sat nav and rear parking sensors as standard. An extra £1,900 gets the racy R-Sport, which adds a body kit with 18 inch wheels, sports suspension and front parking sensors, while an extra £2,200 adds electric seats, keyless entry, parking camera and a 380 Watt surround sound system.

The eight speed XF auto is a £1,750 upgrade, while the 178bhp model starts at £32,800, while the V6 models are only available in performance S trim, and will cost a around £50,000.