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    2019 Jaguar XF OVERVIEW

    Riding on Jaguar’s recent success, the 2019 Jaguar XF sets the BMW 5-Series in its sights but offers more of an exclusive feel. Jaguar prides itself on stylish, distinctively British luxury, and it has the price tag to match.

    What's New for 2019

    The most notable change for 2019 is the addition of the limited-edition 300 Sport to the XF’s trim lineup. It supplants the R-Sport trim and sees a number of exclusive design and styling features. Otherwise, all trims now get a 10-inch infotainment touchscreen as standard, along with tweaks like chrome switches.

    Jaguar XF

    Choosing Your Jaguar XF

    Starting with the body, the Jaguar XF comes in two styles: sedan or sportbrake. The sedan will be far more common on dealership lots, and the sportbrake is only available on select trims.

    The XF offers a choice of three engines. The first is a 2.0-liter turbocharged four-cylinder producing 247 horsepower and 269 pound-feet of torque, which powers the XF 25t. The same engine gets tuned up for the 30t to produce 296 hp and 295 lb-ft. Next up is the turbodiesel, still a rare sight in America. This one makes 180 hp and 316 lb-ft to power 20d models. Finally, a supercharged 3.0-liter V6 graces the XF S. It makes 380 hp and 332 lb-ft. All engines send power through an eight-speed automatic transmission. Rear-wheel drive is standard, but all-wheel drive is available on all models for an extra $3,000.

    Fuel economy ratings vary widely based on engine. The base 2.0-liter unit manages an EPA-estimated 25 miles per gallon city, 34 mpg highway, and 28 combined. The turbodiesel is even more efficient at 31/42/35 mpg (city/highway/combined), and the V6 still gets a reasonable 20/29/23 mpg. Those numbers are all for RWD models – expect AWD or the sportbrake body to drop fuel economy a notch or two.

    This generation of XF switched to an aluminum frame, and the lighter weight means a larger body, which means more space. Leg room is plentiful, and the sedan’s 17.8 cubic feet of trunk space expands to a voluminous 32 cubic feet in the shooting brake.

    Standard features are equally reassuring, especially with the newly standard 10-inch touchscreen. The rest of the features are divided across five trims: Premium, Prestige, 300 Sport, Portfolio, and S.

    Premium

    Although the MSRP skates in just under $50,000, the XF Premium starts at $50,960 for a 25t after the $995 destination charge. It’s available with all three engines, minus the tuned version of the V6. The 20d Premium starts at $52,460, while the 30t Premium runs from $53,960. Standard features include powered heated and auto-dimming side mirrors, memory settings for mirrors and the driver’s seat, a rearview camera, and 18-inch alloy rims.

    Jaguar offers three packages on the Premium trim. The first is the Cold Climate Package ($1,020), which adds a heated windshield, a heated steering wheel, and heated front and rear seats. The Vision Assist Package ($2,410) includes adaptive LED headlights with automatic high beams, front and rear parking aids, automatic emergency braking, blind-spot monitoring, rear cross-traffic alerts, and lane-departure warning. Finally, the InControl Connect Pro Pack ($610) adds a suite of infotainment apps along with tech perks like voice control and a Wi-Fi hotspot. Notable standalone options include a heated windshield with heated washer jets ($385) and a keyless entry system ($615). Deleting powertrain badging is a no-cost option.

    Prestige

    The XF Prestige offers the same engine selection as the Premium with a uniform price bump of $5,020 each, meaning the 25t Prestige starts at $55,980. Grained leather seats are standard, as are heated front seats, 19-inch alloy rims, a heated steering wheel, navigation, front and rear parking aids, keyless entry, and the InControl app suite.

    The Vision Assist Package remains an option, but because the front and rear parking aids are standard, the cost drops to $1,750. A Comfort & Convenience Package ($2,235) adds heated and cooled front seats, a gesture-controlled trunk, and soft-close doors. The Technology Package ($945) includes an interactive driver display, a premium Meridian sound system, and a CD/DVD player. The most notable standalone option is an adaptive suspension for $1,020. A head-up display is also available for $1,010.

    300 Sport

    Available only with the 30t engine, the XF 300 Sport starts at $64,805. It includes exclusive metallic-finish 19-inch rims, unique interior and exterior accents, 14-way power sport seats, and black brake calipers.

    The Comfort & Convenience Package and Technology Package remain in place, but they’re joined by two more. The Driver Assistance Package ($3,495) adds a full suite of active safety tech, including traffic sign recognition, a surround-view camera, parking assist, adaptive cruise control, and blind-spot assist. The Luxury Interior Upgrade Package ($2,150) adds four-zone automatic climate control, an air quality sensor, ambient interior lighting, rear window shades, and illuminated treadplates. Standalone options remain the same as the Prestige trim.

    Portfolio

    Also using the 30t engine, the luxury-focused XF Portfolio starts from $69,125. The list of standard features grows to include adaptive LED headlights, 20-way power seats, heated and cooled front seats with heated rear seats (all swathed in Windsor leather), suedecloth and ebony accents, ambient lighting, a premium sound system, a head-up display, blind-spot monitoring, rear cross-traffic alert, and lane keeping assist. Practically everything is standard on this trim, leaving only the Driver Assistance Package, the adaptive suspension, and the heated windshield as add-ons.

    S

    Starting at $68,620, the XF S is the only trim available with the most powerful engine. It also comes standard with all-wheel drive. S models roll on 20-inch rims and boast an aggressive body kit, embossed leather seats, an adaptive suspension, adaptive headlights, lane keeping assist, blind-spot monitoring, and rear cross-traffic alert.

    The package options mirror those of the 300 Sport trim, with one extra package available. That’s the Black Package, which (of course) turns the grille, vents, and tailgate a glossy black for $360. Where non-standard, other options remain the same.

    CarsDirect Tip

    The performance driver will require the V6 engine on their 2019 Jaguar XF, but for luxury alone, the lower engines are plenty. Stick to the lower trims and go easy on options to find the strongest value.

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