Review: 2012 Jaguar XF Full Interior Tour, Quick Walkaround, Engine, Exhaust
What do you think of the 2012 Jaguar XF? Subscribe for more reviews! There is a lot more to come, you are going to like it! ;) ****SPECIFIC PART OF VIDEO: BOTTOM OF DESCRIPTION**** -Showcase Wedding and Car Rental: http://www.showcasewedding.net -For the 2012 XF, Jaguar has kept to a light retouch of it; the sedan already stood out in the previous years as an instant classic, with all its catlike curves and sport-sedan looks. A revised front-end look, with a larger, more upright grille, slim headlights alongside light strips, and a lower hoodline with a power bulge give the XF a wide-looking, more purposeful stance, while tail lamps get LED lighting and a new chrome blade. Coming to the interior of the XF, its a luxurious, comfortable cabin where one feels that everything is user friendly and near hand. If your looking for a sporty and aggressive yet luxurious and comfy sedan, make sure to make the 2012 Jaguar XF an option. -Price in my country: $43000 Time: 1:50 Interior 7:00 Exhaust 7:41 Backseat 8:38 Trunk 9:23 Engine 10:05 Exterior
2012 Jaguar XF
After three years on the market, the Jaguar XF gets a relatively small headlight styling update, which impacts its look in a dramatic way, according to Cars.com Managing Editor David Thomas. The headlights now swoop downward, giving the XFR that we tested a more menacing look. All-in-all, the XFR is still quick and fun to drive and offers buyers lots of value compared to other V-8-powered midsize luxury sport sedans, says Thomas.
Jaguar XF 3.0 Diesel S
I recently received the keys to a Jaguar XF-S Diesel. 275PS and 600Nm of torque, but a lot less fun than the Panamera Hybrid. Cruising to high speeds is effortless (especially once you get past 100km/h) and surface imperfections are ironed out brilliantly. On the downside, handling suffers. Top speed tested was 260km/h; clearly, the speed limiter was removed ;)