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Jaguar XF, Car Buying, Car Leasing, Sedan
#30 of 39 Re: 2011 Jaguar XF "Anyone else having problems?" [notariety]
Jun 11, 2011 (6:54 am)
The wheels are the biggest complaint I have with my 2010 XF. When left outside one night they froze and drove like the flintstones car till they heated up. Also 3 bent rims, a tire blow out and second tire bubble courtesy of a pothole and then finally last night a flat to add insult to injury. I don''t think this car is designed to be ridden on normal streets only race tracks. Never had this problem with any of my BMWs.
#31 of 39 2014 model deals ?
Aug 31, 2013 (5:34 pm)
Wow, I can't believe that no one has posted here since 2011.
Can anyone tell me what sort of deals they're getting? I'm looking at an XF AWD and am wondering what sort of discount I can expect to get on the vehicle?
Sep 05, 2013 (9:09 am)
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#33 of 39 Re: 2014 model deals ? [samstar11]
Oct 19, 2013 (5:11 am)
Have you bought an AWD XF yet? I'm looking for one also. Some dealers are marking some, but not all, new ones down about $8,000. Also, some of the dealer demos are being sold as CPO cars, with Jag Select warranty, and marked down even more than $8,000.
#34 of 39 Re: 2014 model deals ? [stevejo]
Nov 09, 2013 (2:50 pm)
Still looking - I think deals are to be had on 2013s now.
#35 of 39 Re: 2014 model deals ? [samstar11]
Nov 13, 2013 (5:05 pm)
I, too, have been shopping '13 XF. $5000 customer cash on AWD. I've negotiated at a couple of dealerships for in stock cars at invoice (at least the invoice I am aware of) less the $5k. One dealer did mention dipping into holdback, but that was on a model with more equipment than I wanted/can afford.
So deals to be had on '13, but diminishing inventory.
#36 of 39 Re: 2014 model deals ? [laurasdada]
Nov 14, 2013 (4:46 am)
Bought my '13 XF AWD about 2 weeks ago. Luv it, other than the engine sound at idle and the exhaust note are sort of odd, nothing like the aggressive burble of the V8. I bought an "exec driven" car with 2,500 miles that the dealer had in-service for about 3 months. It came with the Jag Select Edition extended warranty, to 6 years or $100k, and was about $10k off MSRP. This seems to be pretty typical of the deals being made by the more aggressive dealers, who tend to advertise on cars.com or autotrader.com. I've seen a few other exec driven XFs marked down even more, $11 - 13k, and a lot of new ones marked down $6 - 10k. I assume this is the dealer holdback but I was not able to verify. There was one exec driven AWD XF on ebay a few weeks ago that the dealer in Ft. Worth sold with Select Edition for $18k off MSRP! It was stratus grey so I didn't buy it -- don't care for that color -- but man somebody got an incredible deal on it! That's by far the best deal I've seen on one. Good luck.
#38 of 39 Re: Holdback Re: 2014 model deals ? [rayainsw]
Nov 14, 2013 (9:37 am)
Dealer #2, after pricing the XF down to his "dead cost," then mentioned a possiblity of finding another ~2%, I took that as holdback, but maybe dealer incentives I'm not aware of.
Yes, currently I drive a V8 which just makes the best sound I hear every day. The SC 6 and Turbo 4 just can't match that.
#39 of 39 Re: 2014 model deals ? [stevejo]
Nov 14, 2013 (9:43 am)
Please post further thoughts on your XF when you have a moment! Ride, handling, NVH,engine, mpg...
I'm still trying to figure out what to do, the '13s around here are fading away. I'll look for a CPO '13 such as you have.