2021 Jaguar XF
is available in three trims; P250 S, P250 SE, and P300 R-Dynamic SE. The first part of the name indicates performance. The P250 models use the base engine that makes approximately 250 horsepower. As you may have guessed by now, the P300 uses an upgraded engine that makes almost 300 hp. The P250 models are rear-wheel drive and the P300 is all-wheel drive. The XF
($43,995) has a nice list of standard features for being a base model. It has a panoramic roof, LED headlights with signature DRL, 18-inch wheels, grained leather seats, heated and power-adjustable front seats, and wireless device charging. The standard infotainment system is an 11.4-inch Pivi system with SiriusXM, Android Auto, and
. Meridian premium audio also comes standard. For driver assistance tech, you get a 3D surround-view camera, automatic emergency braking, lane-keep assist, driver condition monitor, blind-spot assist with rear cross-traffic alert and clear exit monitor, front and rear parking sensors, and cruise control with a speed limiter. Upgrade to the XF
($47,095) and you’ll be treated to a more luxurious experience. Extra features over the base model include heated, power-folding, memory mirrors with an auto-dimming driver-side mirror, 19-inch wheels, illuminated sill plates, keyless entry, a power-adjustable steering column, memory front seats, automatic high beams, traffic sign recognition, and adaptive cruise control. You also get an upgrade to the Pivi Pro infotainment system which used two LTE modems that allow you to stream media and download over-the-air updates. Finally, the range-topping
($49,995) upgrades the sport sedan credentials of the XF. On top of an engine upgrade and standard all-wheel drive, this trim adds an R-Dynamic appearance package, an R-Dynamic-branded leather steering wheel, an Ebony Morzine headliner, and grained leather sport seats with contrast stitching.