Jaguar developed and display 2016 Jaguar XF, as good to be driven in as it is to drive. The new XF is much roomier while being shorter and lower overall. The new XF also sees a major increase in its technology offerings, while its engine lineup is sharply reduced.
Jaguar is quoting a 132-pound weight loss for the rear-wheel-drive model and an impressive 265-pound cut for the all-wheel-drive version. A strong range of engines and an engaging chassis mean the XF is right at the top of its class. The aluminium chassis serves up agile handling and decent efficiency with the new range of engines under the bonnet that helping with the latter. Jaguar’s latest Ingenium engine family powers the XF, while technology in the car is a match for the sophisticated way it drives all thanks to a new infotainment system.
There are 4 trim levels on offer: Prestige, Portfolio, R-Sport and S. The first three are only available with Jaguar’s 2.0-litre 4 cylinder turbodiesel Ingenium engine, featuring 2 different power outputs and one all-wheel drive version, while the sportiest S model comes out with a choice of high-power 3.0-litre V6 diesel and petrol engines.
There are 2 power outputs available in the 2.0-litre 4 cylinder diesel, with 161bhp or 178bhp on offer. Both engines come with a choice of 6 speed manual or 8 speed automatic gearboxes. It also feature 17-speaker Meridian Surround Sound System.
The new system works well, we expect that the new 2016 jaguar XF will be more rewarding for those drivers who can direct their attention away from the screen.