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Good: RWD from 129g/km CO2. 4WD 3.0 V6 diesel 700Nm and 5.7 second 0-60mph. AWD has full off road capability.
Bad: 129g/km only comes with 180PS 2.0 Ingenium diesel, RWD and manual.
Good: Stylish and highly desirable open top two-seater with stunning looks. Better to drive than the XK. Incredible sound. All-wheel drive versions are grippier and no less fun
Bad: Very little luggage space especially with optional spare wheel. Tiresome engine drone on the motorway at times. Not quite as sharp to drive as a Porsche. Some build quality questions
Good: Breathtaking good looks and outstanding handling. R model is brutally quick. Cabin is classy and comfortable. Boot is also usable.
Bad: Expensive to run. Ride can be rather hard. Infotainment system feels dated.
Good: Strong alternative to the BMW 3 Series and Mercedes C-Class. Superb ride comfort and fuel economy. Eight-speed automatic is excellent.
Bad: Not a lot of room in the back. Boot is smaller than its rivals. Some of the interior plastics feel cheap.
Good: Superb blend of ride quality and enjoyable handling. Comfortable and refined. Well-equipped as standard. Available with low CO2 diesel engines.
Bad: Some of the best equipment is optional and expensive. Some materials aren't quite up to standards of an Audi A6.
Good: Good looking estate version of the XF. Gets self-levelling rear suspension as standard. As good to drive as the saloon. Usefully wide and square boot area.
Bad: 2.2-litre diesel has to be worked hard and doesn't have the performance you'd expect.
Good: A characterful alternative to the go-to German luxury saloons and far more engaging to drive. Diesel offers low emissions and tax but is very strong. Excellent overall refinement.
Bad: Not as much rear space as you might expect. Some inconsistency in cabin quality. Doesn’t always feel head and shoulders above the Jaguar XF.
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