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James Flammang
Contributing Editor - October 12, 2015

2016 Jaguar XF OVERVIEW

Jaguar has totally redesigned its XF luxury sedan, again positioned between the midsize Jaguar XE and the full-size flagship XJ model. For its second generation, the XF abandons four-cylinder and V8 engine choices, and is now powered only by versions of a supercharged 3-liter V6.

With lighter weight, courtesy of aluminum-intensive architecture, the 2016 XF flaunts a revised coupe-like profile, now with rear quarter windows, and promises more interior space. Like its predecessor, the latest XF manages to distill the unabashed elegance and character of the bigger, familiar XJ sedan down to a four-door of more modest dimensions.

What's New for 2016

Redesigned from the ground up, according to Jaguar, the 2016 XF rides a 2-inch longer wheelbase, with front overhang 2.6 inches shorter. A mesh grille sits in a front end that’s more vertical than before, and the hood contains a deep power bulge. Vents in the front bumper channel air over the front wheels. Jaguar has added an overwhelming number of modern technological systems, either standard or optional.

2016 Jaguar XF

Choosing Your Jaguar XF

2016 Jaguar XF Interior Dash

Buyers of the second-generation XF get a choice of 340- or 380-horsepower supercharged V6 engines, each mated to an eight-speed automatic transmission. Torque output for each engine is 332 pound-feet. Rear-wheel drive is standard, but all-wheel drive is available.

The JaguarDrive Control system offers a choice of three driving modes: Normal, Winter and Dynamic. Standard All-Surface Progress Control helps to enable smooth drive-offs on low-friction surfaces, such as snow and ice. An optional Adaptive Dynamics system uses adaptive dampers to further enhance low-speed ride comfort, as well as improve agility at higher velocities.

Headlights are flush with their surrounding panels, and include J-Blade LED daytime running lights. Adaptive full-LED headlights are optional. An all-new InControl Touch Pro infotainment system features a 10.2-inch touchscreen, and it’s available with a reconfigurable 12.3-inch TFT instrument cluster.

Aluminum body panels are pressed from a single sheet, which not only enhances overall stiffness but eliminates visible joints. The roofline is lower than before, while the rear deck is longer and taller. A sunroof is standard. LED taillights feature the “signature” design borrowed from the Jaguar F-Type.

In the cockpit, at start-up time, a rotary gear selector again rises up from the center console. The layered instrument panel, highlighted by a signature “Riva Hoop,” continues into each door. Trim pieces are constructed of fine veneers and textured aluminum. Interiors feature a black suedecloth headliner and fluted Windsor seat upholstery.

Options include four-zone climate control, heated seats, power trunk closure, and window blinds. Rear occupants get 1.1 inches of additional headroom, compared to the previous XF sedan.

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CarsDirect Tip

Prices start at $52,895, but Jaguar has not yet issued full details on trim levels and standard equipment. With only two engine possibilities, the 2016 XF appears to give prospective buyers a lot fewer basic choices to make. Many options are available, however, which means the total price can easily shoot skyward.

2016 Jaguar XF Rear


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