Last post on Dec 23, 2009 at 3:40 PM
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Jaguar XF, Future Vehicle, Sedan
#1 of 430 2009 Jaguar XF
Aug 29, 2007 (3:49 am)
The new XF looks nice and the interior is very modern.........
THepowertrains from S-type are carried over except the V6 but the supercharged V8 is not the "R" model. does anyone know what engine will the R model have?
#2 of 430 The Interior is ver nice, especially the new shifter
Aug 29, 2007 (5:25 pm)
Sep 24, 2007 (10:35 am)
Has anyone heard what the going price is for the 2009 XF?
#6 of 430 Re: XF [luvtns]
Oct 26, 2007 (2:42 am)
Was wondering the same thing !!!!
Oct 26, 2007 (5:25 am)
No price anouncement as of yet.
One of the guys on the sales frontlines thread is a Jag salesman just keep an eye out there.
#8 of 430 Re: XF [british_rover]
Nov 01, 2007 (5:14 pm)
Prices are expected to be released at the L.A. Auto Show which begins on November 16. But Jaguar dealers are already taking orders for March delivery.
This car is to be direct competition for the BMW 5, Mercedes E class and Audi A6-- so would assume that prices would be in that price range.
There are three XF models available: Premium, Premium Luxury and Supercharged. The first two have 300 hp V8 and the Supercharged is a 420 hp V8. 18" wheels on the Premium, 19" wheels on the Premium Luxury and 20" wheels on the Supercharged.
#9 of 430 Re: XF [luvtns]
Nov 15, 2007 (6:09 pm)
LOS ANGELES — Jaguar North America said late Wednesday that its 2009 XF sedan will start at $49,975, including a $775 destination charge. The newest Jag model arrives in showrooms on March 1.
The new XF will be available in three trim levels, starting with the base Luxury model. The Premium Luxury XF starts at $55,975. The Supercharged XF starts at $62,975, including shipping.
The XF shows off the new face of Jaguar but carries over hardware from the Jaguar S-Type. In comparison, a 2008 S-Type starts at $49,000, including a $665 destination charge.
The U.S. XF models launch with either a 300-horsepower 4.2-liter V8 or a 420-hp supercharged variant of the same engine. The engine is mated to a six-speed automatic transmission with steering-wheel-mounted paddles as standard.
What this means to you: Be aware that there's a dramatic gulf between the base XF and the performance model when you head out to the dealership to dicker. — Anita Lienert, Correspondent
Dec 11, 2007 (9:04 am)
I like the looks of the new XF. I have never owned a Jaguar and am concerned about buying a car from a company that is losing tons of money and on the market to be sold. The old saying about not buying the first year of a new model might also apply hear. We all hate problems with our cars especially a new one. Any thoughts?