Since 2007 Jaguar has continued its long heritage of high-performance and high-tech sports cars with the luxury lineup of the Jaguar XK. From 2007 through 2011, the base XK and the XKR were the only two trims available. In 2012, the XKR-S joined the lineup, and in 2013, the new XK Touring trim added an entry-level model below the base level.
The 2014 Jaguar XK carries over virtually unchanged from 2013. The exception is the introduction of the top-of-the-line XKR-S GT, a model so exclusive only 25 will be available in the U.S.Read more »
The jump up to the XK model brings more high-end interior features and packages while retaining the same powertrain as the XK Touring. A 14-speaker Bowers & Wilkins sound system replaces the Touring’s standard Jaguar stereo, while the front seats gain a cooling feature and adjust six more ways. Soft-grain leather joins the list of available interior trim materials, and the heated steering wheel includes switches for the audio and cruise-control systems. The Portfolio Pack features a chrome-mesh grille and special colors highlighted with contrast stitching for the leather upholstery, and the convertible top is available in seven colors.
As the entry-level XK, the Touring model is the least expensive -- yet there’s nothing skimpy about this car with a refined interior worthy of Jaguar tradition. It still comes equipped with an extensive list of upscale features that Jaguar owners expect, such as an adjustable suspension, automatic bi-xenon headlights, 10-way power-adjustable heated leather front seats, and a choice of aluminum or wood interior trim. The 385-horsepower 5-liter engine tops out at 155 mph. The only drawbacks? The convertible top comes only in black and there are no options for either body style.
Performance jumps in importance with the XKR level, as designated by the special Jaguar R styling inside and out. The supercharged 5-liter V-8 produces 510 horsepower. Standard and optional features added for the XKR focus on mechanicals, including such items as an active differential and a high-performance braking system. An optional Dynamic Pack offers red brake calipers, upgraded adaptive dynamics, forged and fully machined front suspension components, and a 10mm reduction in ride height.
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|Build & Price|
2014 Jaguar XK$94,995 | 4,554 mi
2013 Jaguar XK$69,995 | 612 mi
2012 Jaguar XK$54,995 | 16,127 mi
2012 Jaguar XK$58,962 | 3,099 mi
2012 Jaguar XK$76,254 | 6,750 mi
2012 Jaguar XK$79,995 | 9,611 mi
2012 Jaguar XK$79,995 | 6,331 mi
2012 Jaguar XK$82,495 | 18,691 mi
2011 Jaguar XK$59,990 | 12,606 mi
2011 Jaguar XK$59,998 | 13,335 mi
2010 Jaguar XK$40,990 | 43,778 mi
2010 Jaguar XK$47,995 | 27,875 mi
2010 Jaguar XK$48,314 | 36,004 mi
2009 Jaguar XK$38,479 | 26,780 mi
2008 Jaguar XK$24,988 | 87,707 mi
2008 Jaguar XK$30,998 | 53,610 mi
2008 Jaguar XK$35,990 | 30,063 mi
2007 Jaguar XK$27,295 | 63,728 mi
2007 Jaguar XK$29,998 | 39,772 mi
2007 Jaguar XK$33,995 | 44,012 mi
2007 Jaguar XK$34,995 | 29,546 mi
1999 Jaguar XK8$10,985 | 94,393 mi
1997 Jaguar XK8$5,900 | 152,688 mi
Loads of power and high-tech safety features
Strong and fast but at a higher price tag than the XK
Classic high performance in an attractive package
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