Jaguar's answer to established midsize luxury sedans like the BMW 5 series and Mercedes-Benz E Class, the XF is the British automaker's bestselling model.
Offered in models from mild to wild, the highlights of a Jaguar XF include sleek design, a lavish interior and fewer driver assists than many competitors—meaning a more natural driving feel.
What's New For 2014
The newest member of the XF family is the range-topping, asphalt-melting XFR-S. With its 550-horsepower supercharged V8 engine, the XFR-S can rocket to 60 mph in 4.4 seconds on its way to a top speed of 174 mph, according to Jaguar. Each one costs a cool $100,000—Jaguar only plans on selling 100 of them.
Choosing Your Jaguar XF
Even the base XF offers a generous lineup of standard equipment that includes leather upholstery, heated front seats, keyless entry and start, moonroof, backup sensors and a 7-inch touch screen.
In addition to a long list of aesthetic upgrades, the XF options sheet includes a navigation system, Audiophile Meridian high-end audio, cooled front seats, premium leather and blind-spot monitoring.
There's something for every taste and budget—the most expensive XF costs more than twice as much as the least expensive XF. Central to each trim level is its engine, all of which are mated to an eight-speed automatic transmission.