2011 Jaguar XF Sedan
Benefits of Driving a 2011 Jaguar XF Sedan
Jaguar's 2011 XF, with its sleek, coupe-like shape, sport-sedan performance and stunning interior, competes very well with models such as the BMW 5-Series, Lexus GS 460 and Mercedes-Benz E-Class. It also boasts higher-grade materials such as those available in more exclusive vehicles. And like other Jaguar models, the XF promises a uniquely British personality compared to other luxury cars. High-performance versions add even more sport to the XF, making it a serious performer among world-class tuner sedans from both BMW's M division and Mercedes-Benz' AMG shop.
What's new for 2011?
For 2011, the Jaguar XF sees few changes, though the 300-hp 4.2L V8 in base cars has been dropped in favor of a 385-hp 5.0L V8. New exterior colors include Caviar and Polaris White, as well as Stratus Grey and Crystal Blue. The XF now sports an optional heated front windshield, while run-flat tires have been discontinued
- stunning interior appointments
- wide range of quality materials.
Jaguar XF models are equipped with one of a range of 5.0L V8s, offered via three trim levels: XF base and Premium models sport 385 horses from the naturally-aspirated version, while Supercharged versions get a 470-horsepower version and the XFRs receive one that produces 510. Even in normally aspirated tune, the XF has strong acceleration on par with some of the fastest German sports sedans. According to Jaguar, the standard XF can accelerate to 60 mph in 5.5 seconds, while the top-of-the-line XFR can do it in just 4.7 seconds.