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Good: Stylish and highly desirable two-seater is smaller and cheaper than the XK. Impressive performance from all engines. Sounds superb.
Bad: Very little luggage space. Shallow 196 litre boot becomes almost useless if space saver spare is optioned.
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: New smaller Jaguar saloon is a strong alternative to the BMW 3 Series. ZF 8-speed automatics excellent. Prices from £26,990 for petrol auto with satnav. Headline 74.6mpg and 99g/km is for manual 163PS diesel.
Bad: Manual gearbox shift was a bit sloppy on launch cars. Difficult to argue petrol in favour of diesel because there is a 30mpg ECDC difference.
Good: Wonderful and bespoke feeling interior. Amazingly quiet and refined. More economical 2.2 diesel from 2011. Navigation as standard on most models.
Bad: 2.2 diesel may be economical but lacks performance. Early XFs suffered electrical gremlins and high number of problems generally.
Good: Second generation XF has CO2 down to 104g/km for 2.0 163PS diesel. 300PS V6 diesel and 380PS supercharged petrol V6 also available.
Bad: First UK deliveries late 2015.
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: Can feel compact from the driver’s seat and 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. Polarising looks.
Good: Luxurious high performance sports car. Sublime engines. Top quality interior. Good level of standard equipment includes navigation.
Bad: Rear seats are virtually pointless apart from use as extra luggage space.
Good: Good looks. Wonderful exhaust note. Fast-shifting automatic. Revised interior from 2009 very stylish.
Bad: Small boot. Fide on 20-inch wheels is too firm for most.
Good: Understated yet purposeful styling. Stunning performance from supercharged V8. Amazingly quick yet refined. XKR-S takes it into another league.
Bad: Only comes with an automatic gearbox. Other high performance sports cars are more driver focussed.
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