All-new Jaguar XF takes a bow

This is the all-new Jaguar XF and it’s going to win a lot of fans for its styling and handling.

Indeed, the Jaguar XF is among the lightest of cars in its segment thanks to extensive use of aluminium.

It also claims to have the lowest level of CO2 emissions for a car in the segment at 104g/km – the car also returns an impressive 71mpg.

Engines for the Jaguar XF are, as should be expected, very impressive. There’s a diesel engine producing 163 PS when coupled with a six speed manual gearbox.

However, there’s also a V6 supercharged petrol unit, is coupled to an eight speed auto transmission and will produce 380 PS.

Keep this Jaguar XF under control

Helping keep this Jaguar XF under control is an integral link suspension to help deliver comfort and handling.

There is also a segment-leading amount of space for passengers with the car being made bigger.

The all-new Jaguar XF also has an new infotainment system with an excellent sat nav system, mobile phone connectivity and an impressive sound system.

The cabin is a well-designed and comfortable place to be, there’s a very impressive 4.3 inch touchscreen instrument cluster, that’s easily reconfigurable with four visual themes as well as a full screen navigation display.

Indeed, there’s an impressive laser head-up display which uses colour images which helps keep the driver’s eyes on the road.

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Jaguar says its new XF is packed with technology and there’s a new manual gearbox on board too.

There’s also a lot of equipment including autonomous emergency braking, lane keep assist, adaptive cruise control and semi-automated parking.

The new offering look set to dominate the business car segment and, as we’ve noted elsewhere on First Vehicle Leasing, the car makes an ideal choice for those not wanting the run-of-the-mill German offerings.

Available to order now, the Jaguar XF will cost from £32,300.

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