Jaguar Xf owners manuals
- The infotainment system is not intuitive
- Common interior quality
- More limited engine performance than many competitors
The Jaguar XF is a rear-wheel-drive premium sedan that was built and sold by British carmaker Jaguar Cars. The XF was possible as a four-door saloon and five-door estate. Introduced in 2007 as a follower for the S-Type, the XF was named as the X250. The X250 was replaced by the X260 in 2015.
The XF was designed in Coventry and was made at Castle Bromwich Assembly plant in Birmingham. Originally, the XF was designed to use an all-aluminum platform but because of the time limitations, the X250 makes adoption of a revised Ford DEW98 platform.
The Jaguar XF comes in four main trim levels: Premium, Prestige, Checkered Flag Edition, and S. The Sportbrake wagon is possible solely in Prestige and S trims. Jaguar also uses labels to indicate which engine a particular vehicle is powered with 25t and 30t. The 25t rated at 247 hp and 269 lb-ft and the 30t is rated at 296 hp and 295 lb-ft. Both have gas-powered four-cylinder powertrains. An eight-speed automatic transmission and rear-wheel drive are by default, and all-wheel drive is optional.
Jaguar XF known problems
Some of the common problems or complaints owners have about the Jaguar XF are: