The 2021 Jaguar XF bears the responsibility as the brand’s only sedan in the U.S. as the XE is dropped from the lineup and crossovers continue their march towards market domination. The XF receives a lower starting price, a revised exterior, and a thoroughly reworked interior that also incorporates the brand’s latest infotainment interface. The wagon variant has been dropped as has the supercharged V-6.
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2021 Jaguar XF Overview
Choosing Your Jaguar XF
There are three levels of the XF. The P250 is priced from $45,145, the P250 SE is $48,245, and the P300 R-Dynamic SE starts at $51,145.
The XF consists of two turbocharged four-cylinder gasoline engines. The P250 model generates 246 horsepower and 269 pound-feet of torque that is routed through an eight-speed automatic transmission and is sent to the rear wheels.
The P300 takes the same 2.0-liter engine but increases output to 296 hp and 295 lb-ft of torque and delivers power to all four wheels. The P250 earns an EPA-estimated fuel economy rating of 25 miles per gallon city, 33 mpg highway, and 28 combined and the P300 earns three fewer mpg points across the board.
Passenger and Cargo Capacity
Despite the XF’s added role of being the brand’s entry-level sedan, its size remains on par with the BMW 5-series and Mercedes-Benz E-Class. It sits 195.3 inches in length and rides on a 116.5-inch wheelbase which affords it a generous 37.7 inches of rear legroom but its 10.1 cubic feet of trunk space is noticeably less than the German competitors. A split-folding rear seat is standard.
The base S trim is equipped with a healthy dose of active safety features such as automatic emergency braking, lane keep assist, rear cross-traffic alert, blind-spot assist, clear exit monitor, a surround-view camera system, and front and rear parking sensors.
The SE trim includes automatic high beams and traffic sign recognition while offering adaptive cruise control as a $1,200 option. The IIHS and NHTSA safety agencies have not yet rated the 2021 Jaguar XF.
One of the significant updates for the 2021 model year is the adoption of Jaguar’s latest infotainment system. Controlled through an 11.4-inch touchscreen display, the Pivi system delivers most functions within just two button presses. It features Apple CarPlay, Android Auto, and SiriusXM compatibility while a wireless charging pad, two USB ports, and three 12V sockets are ready to keep devices’ power topped off.
The SE trim includes the Online Pack which incorporates network connectivity to enable sending directions to the car from a mobile phone and integrates several popular streaming services such as Spotify and TuneIn. Wi-Fi is available for $400.
The SE trim also offers an upgraded Meridian sound system for $600 which increases speaker count from 12 to 16, incorporates a more powerful amplifier, and includes Trifield sound processing technology.
The S trim receives revised exterior LED headlights and taillights, more sculpted from and rear fascia, an updated grille, and revised vent and emblem finishes. 18-inch wheels, a panoramic sunroof, approach lighting, power-folding heated mirrors with integrated turn signals, and a power-operated trunk lid are among the notable standard features.
Inside, a new dash panel design, new seats wrapped in perforated leather, a redesigned steering wheel, and higher quality materials contradict its lower starting price. There are no optional packages offered.
The SE furthermore includes 19-inch wheels, proximity entry, a 12.3-inch digital gauge cluster, and 16-way power-adjustable seats with memory position seating, while it offers a slew of newly available option packages.
On the styling front, the $550 Black Exterior Pack updates the grille, exterior trim, window surrounds, and rear lower fascia with a gloss black finish. For $1,100, the seats are updated with ventilation functionality and more of the interior is wrapped in soft leather.
The Cold Climate Pack is $700 and includes headlight washers, a heated steering wheel, and a heated windshield although heated rear seats are a separate $500 option. The $1,000 Convenience Pack includes soft-close doors, a power rear sunshade, additional rear power ports, and a wearable water-proof and shock-proof activity key that can unlock and start the car.
The Dynamic Handling Pack includes adjustable dampers whose settings correlate with the different driving dynamic modes, red-painted brake calipers, and a trunk lid spoiler for $1,350.
The sportier-themed R-Dynamic SE trim includes a unique silver grille and exterior trim, sport seats with contrast stitching, an “R” branded steering wheel with satin chrome paddle shifters, unique interior aluminum trim, and a sport-tuned suspension. Otherwise, its feature content is similar to the P250 SE trim.
The SE trim, optioned with the Cold Climate Pack and the ventilated and massage seats, provides the comfort and connected technology to maintain the XF’s position as a solid competitor in the mid-size luxury sedan segment.