Jaguar XF (2008–2015)

Model History

September 2007

Debut of the XF

Described as the four-door Jaguar that fuses the style and performance of a sports car with the refinement, space and sophistication of a luxury saloon. It features the new JaguarDrive Selector with the option of manual selection through the Jaguar Sequential Shift. The XF is available with a 2.7-litre V6 twin-turbocharged diesel, a 3.0-litre V6 petrol and both naturally aspirated and supercharged 4.2 V8 petrol. Available with three trim levels, Luxury, Premium Luxury and SV8.

Dimensions are 4,961mm long x 1,877 wide (2,053mm inc mirrors) x 1,460 high.

Basic wheel and tyre size: 17" with 235/55 R17 99W tyres.

Next size 18" with 245/45 R18 100W tyres

Next size 19" with 245/40 R19 98Y tyres

Next size 20" with 255/35 R20 97Y front and 285/30 R20 99Y rear tyres

The XF boasts a series of ‘firsts’ for Jaguar, each designed for the safety and protection of passengers and pedestrians alike. These include Understeer Control Logic, a Blind Spot Monitor, Rear Camera Parking Aid and Pedestrian Contact Sensing System.

December 2008

XF Diesel S launched

275bhp high-performance XF Diesel S launched, featuring Jaguar's new 3.0-litre diesel engine delivering a massive 600Nm of torque. 0-60mph in just 5.9 seconds, 50-70mph in just 3.2 seconds and a maximum speed of 155mph, yet combined fuel economy of 42.0mpg – 12 percent better than the 2.7-litre V6 diesel engine. Emits just 179g/km – a 10 percent reduction in CO2.

January 2009

XF and XFR 2010 MY were announced

Changes for the 2010 Model Year include the launch of the new luxurious Portfolio model on 20" wheels. It also features all-new petrol engines and new diesel engines. The XFR is powered by the all-new supercharged 510bhp V8 with acceleration from 0-60mph in just 4.7 seconds making it the ultimate Jaguar sport saloon. A naturally aspirated 5.0-litre V8, producing 385bhp, powers other V8 XF models.

Distinguished by unique exterior and interior design features, the XFR includes revised bumpers and lower front air intakes, sill extensions, bonnet louvres and grilles, four tailpipes, a boot-lid spoiler, unique seats and 20-inch alloy wheels.

The new XF 3.0-litre diesel features a twin sequential turbocharged engine available as the 275bhp/600Nm S or a 240bhp/500Nm version. Both offer exceptional efficiency and refinement and in the case of the Diesel S accelerates from 0-60mph in just 5.9 seconds.

With 275bhp the new XF 3.0-litre diesel S is 33 per cent more powerful than the 2.7-litre TDV6 it replaces. Torque peaks at a substantial 600Nm, with 61 per cent more torque available from 1500rpm. Every new engine for the XF range has highly competitive fuel economy and CO2 emissions figures. Both diesel versions deliver combined average fuel consumption of 42.0mpg – an improvement on the 2.7-litre engine of nearly 12 percent – and a CO2 of 179g/km.

The 275bhp high-performance XF Diesel S model is significantly enhanced, taking features from the XFR model to provide drivers with superior driving dynamics, a more striking appearance and an upgraded interior which offers the ultimate in sporting luxury. XFR derived interior as standard while the Adaptive Dynamics system, currently featured on the XFR and XK range, is available as an option.

May 2010

Jaguar’s Adaptive Dynamics system is featured in one of the two new option packs which are available exclusively on the XF Diesel S in to further enhance the driver's enjoyment of the performance characteristics of this car – the Dynamics Pack and the Aerodynamic Pack.

The Dynamics Pack incorporates the Adaptive Dynamics system. This system analyses chassis movement and driver and wheel inputs 500 times every second, continually adjusting the suspension to improve handling without loss of comfort. This optional pack also includes Shadow or Silver finish 20-inch Volans five-spoke alloy wheels, and costs from £1250 depending on model.

The Aerodynamic Pack is designed to give bolder style to the XF Diesel S. The striking new black mesh inserts for the grille and lower air intakes give a fresh look to the front of the car and for even greater visual impact, the sculpted lower air intake blades can be supplied with bright-white LED daytime running lights. The side sills from an XFR complete the package.

Enhancements to the MY11 Diesel S are completed by the interior, which now features the superior specification from the XFR as standard, providing the 275bhp diesel model with the ultimate sporting luxury interior. The upgraded cabin includes the leather sports seats from the XFR, featuring 18-way adjustment for the driver and 14-way for the passenger. Power adjusted raised side bolsters will keep driver and passenger firmly in place during cornering, while the rest of the cabin's sporting style is enhanced with the high-gloss Piano Black veneer and Jet Suedecloth headlining available as an option on Premium Luxury and Portfolio Diesel S models.

Polaris White is a new colour for the MY11 XF range, replacing Porcelain. Red brake callipers are also available to order as a no cost option on XFR models and black mesh inserts for the grille also become standard on the XFR and Diesel S.

November 2010

Jaguar XF Black Pack announced

Featuring menacing dark-grey 20-inch Draco alloy wheels with diamond turned rims, a gloss black grille and gloss black window surrounds, the XF Black Pack is available on XF Diesel S, the 5-litre naturally aspirated petrol and XFR models, with prices starting at £950.

To provide added exclusivity and to maximise the visual impact, XF Black Pack vehicles can only be specified with a special colour palette chosen by Jaguar designers, including Polaris White, Spectrum Blue, Ultimate Black, Stratus Grey, Lunar Grey and Liquid Silver, plus Kyanite Blue and Salsa Red which are colours unique to the XFR.

For an even more dramatic effect, the Black Pack can be combined with the XF Aerodynamic Pack which was launched on XF Diesel S earlier in 2010. This pack includes a re-profiled front bumper, striking black mesh inserts for the grille and lower air intakes and the muscular side sills from the XFR.

April 2011

2012 XF unveiled

With fresh styling, advanced new technologies and an innovative entry-level powertrain that promises to make it the most efficient Jaguar yet produced.

Key to the changes is a new look for the XF. Drawing on the latest Jaguar "design language" applied to the XJ, the new XF features an all-new look to the front end with slim new headlight units set into which are distinctive LED lighting strips sitting either side of a larger, more upright grille. A lower bonnet line complete with a pronounced, wider power bulge running down the centre lends the XF a purposeful stance emphasised by a new look to the lower bumper section complete with a trio of airdams, the outside pair of which are now intersected by twisted chrome fins.

Further back, a pair of subtle new vents are mounted to the front wings complete with Jaguar script set into the chrome strip. At the rear of the car the tail lamp units have been redesigned with LED technology being employed, while the units themselves now extend further into the boot lid with a new chrome blade sitting below a simple Jaguar leaper badge.

The interior of the XF has been given a subtle refresh with a restyled steering wheel joining revised switchgear for the ventilation systems and all-new colour central and dial-mounted screens relaying reprogrammed navigation and entertainment software. Redesigned seats offer a new look and greater support while fresh trim finishes ensure the XF's award-winning interior still sets the benchmark in its class.

Significant changes take place under the skin of the new XF with a four cylinder engine available for the first time. The 2.2-litre common rail diesel unit, installed in a north-south configuration, develops 190 PS and 332 lbs ft of torque and is linked to a new eight-speed ZF automatic gearbox and an innovative Stop-Start system – marking the first time such a device has been fitted to a Jaguar. The result is combined economy in excess of 50 mpg and CO2 emissions of 149 g/km.

The 3.0-litre V6 diesel engines continue in 240 PS standard and 275 PS Diesel S form while the petrol range comprises of a pair of V8 engines developing 385 PS and, in supercharged XFR form, a substantial 510 PS.

High performance Diesel S models benefit from a host of upgrades including full aerodynamic styling, adaptive dynamic suspension (as on XFR) and an 'R' performance interior.

The range-topping XFR takes the new look adopted by the XF a step further with a trio of deep airdams dominating the front of the car with a set of cooling vents set into the bonnet either side of the power bulge. New sill extensions run down the side of the car framed by redesigned 20-inch wheels. At the rear the new lights sit above a redesigned bumper complete with a subtle diffuser.

Across the new XF range advances have been made in refinement with active engine mounts (diesels) and new sound deadening material featuring on the car as well as redesigned wing mirrorsto reduce wind noise. The result is a car that sets new benchmarks in the suppression of road noise.

The new XF went on sale in September 2011 with prices starting at £30,950 for the 2.2-litre diesel engine rising to £65,350 for the XFR.

Engine Power
(PS)
Torque
(lbs ft)
0-62 / max
speed (mph)
Comb economy
(mpg)/CO 2 (g/km)
Price
(RRP, OTR)
2,179 cc, 16-valve, 4cyl,
turbocharged
190 332 8.5 / 142 52.3 / 149 £30,950
2,993 cc, 24-valve, V6,
twin-turbocharged
240 369 7.1 / 149 44.8 / 169 £36,950
2,993 cc, 24-valve, V6,
twin-turbocharged
275 442 6.4 / 155 44.8 / 169 £42,950

Petrol engines:

Engine Power
(PS)
Torque
(lbs ft)
0-62 / max
speed (mph)
Comb economy
(mpg)/CO 2 (g/km)
Price
(RRP, OTR)
5,000 cc, 32-valve, V8 385 380 5.7 / 155 25.4 / 264 £49,950
5,000 cc, 32-valve, V8, supercharged 510 461 4.9 / 155 22.5 / 292 £65,350

January 2012

2.2d XF launched

A new 163 PS version the 2.2-litre, four-cylinder diesel engine, is set to be launched aimed at delivering greater value than ever before. Drawing on the strengths of the existing 190PS model, an example of which recently crossed the United States averaging 62.9 mpg, the new, lower output derivative of the 2.2-litre engine will mean the XF range now starts at £29,950 OTR fot the XF SE Business model.

Despite the lower starting price the new model features an extensive range of standard equipment including suedecloth and leather seats, a touch screen centrally mounted display, electronic climate control and an advanced 8-speed gearbox complete with automatic Stop-Start.

The XF 2.2D 163 PS is capable of accelerating from a standstill to 62mph in 9.8 seconds before reaching a maximum speed of 130 mph. On the combined cycle it can achieve 52.3 mpg and it emits 149 g/km of CO2. Jaguar dealers are taking orders for the new car now ahead of the first deliveries taking place in March.

September 2012

Jaguar’s XFR sports saloon has just got even faster with the introduction of a new optional Speed Pack. Featuring a speed limiter raised to 174mph, the 510PS XFR Speed Pack car is equipped with revised engine and gearbox calibration to match the increased top speed. A new front aero splitter and a new rear wing distinguish the Speed Pack car.

The 510PS XFR sports saloon benefits from the same combination of eight-speed automatic gearbox and Intelligent Stop/Start allowing it to offer an unrivalled blend of efficiency and excitement. The EU Combined cycle improves by 11% with its emissions reduced by more than 8%. The XFR Speed Pack is available now priced at £2,750 in the UK.

October 2012

385PS 5.0 V8 replaced by 340PS supercharged 3.0 litre V6, offering 450Nm torque but better economy of 30.9mpg EC combined and lower emissions of 224g/km CO2. Same 8 speed ZF automatic transmission. Top speed limited to 155mph, 0-60 5.7 seconds, 19" wheels. Prices from £50,400.

June 2013

2014 Model Year XF announced

Featuring Jaguar's new four-cylinder, 2.2-litre MY14 XF diesel 163PS ECO2 engine capable of achieving 57.7mpg with a CO2 figure of just 129g/km. MY14 XF with ECO2 engine is offered with an Intelligent Stop-Start system that uses a Twin Solenoid Starter (TSS) to shut down the engine when the car comes to a halt, helping to reduce emissions and improve fuel consumption

Eight-speed automatic transmission enables optimal acceleration through the rev range while still maintaining the composed character of the XF saloon. All MY14 XF cars to be fitted with extended navigation system features. Revised exterior paint colours include Osmium replacing Crystal Blue and Dark Sapphire replacing Indigo Blue.

January 2015

Jaguar XF R Sport Black introduced

Specification enhancements, including 20" Black Kalimnos alloy wheels and 770w Meridian Surround Sound system, the XF R-Sport Black offers an additional £8,770 worth of value over standard R-Sport models for a £2,100 increase to its On-the-Road price.

All models in the XF saloon and Sportbrake range now come with Winter Comfort Pack and Parking Pack as standard. This includes heated seats and windscreen plus front parking sensors and a rear camera. In addition, Portfolio, Diesel S Portfolio, XFR and XFR-S variants all benefit from Blind Spot Monitor as standard, while most models in the range gain upgraded alloy wheels.

SE, SE Business and Premium Luxury trim levels have been discontinued, as have the 3.0-litre V6 petrol and 240PS 3.0-litre TDV6 diesel engines. As a result, the range now starts with the Luxury trim.

As well as getting the Winter Comfort Pack and Parking Pack as standard, all Luxury models now also come with Gloss Dark Oak veneer. 200PS models also get upgraded from 17" Ursa alloys to new 18" Manra wheels, although cars with the 163PS engine retain the 17" wheels to keep their CO 2 emissions to 129g/km. The extra equipment represents an additional £1,870 worth of value, with just a small On-the-Road price increase of £600 on 200PS models and £500 on 163PS variants.

All R-Sport models now come with Winter Comfort Pack, Parking Pack and the 380w Meridian Audio system as standard. All versions also now come with the Gloss Dark Oak veneer. 200PS models get 19" Grey Aquila wheels instead of 18" Lyra alloys. R-Sport variants now benefit from £2,460 worth of extra value for a small On-the-Road price increase of £800 on the 200PS models and £700 on 163PS cars.

Available exclusively with the 2.2-litre turbocharged 200PS diesel engine, the new R-Sport Black features a range of equipment and aesthetic enhancements as standard. These include: 20" Black Kalimnos alloy wheels, Black Pack, 770w Meridian Surround Sound system, full bond-grain leather upholstery and 18way Sports seats with memory function. R-Sport Black models come with a choice of five no-cost paint colours: Kyanite Blue, Italian Racing Red, Glacier White, Ultimate Black and Stratus Grey - with the Kyanite Blue option limited to just 100 units. In total, these models benefit from £8,770 worth of added upgrades over R-Sport models for a price premium of £2,100.

The price for luxurious Portfolio spec cars has been reduced by £3,500. Despite this, it now benefits from the addition of the Parking Pack, Blind Spot Monitor and 19" Artura wheels as standard equipment, while 20" Hydra and Silver Draco alloys have been added to the option list. Suedecloth headliner and metallic paint are no longer standard, plus Portfolio models now come with the 380w Meridian system.

Diesel S Portfolio models retain Suedecloth headliner, metallic paint and the 770w Meridian Surround Sound system but now also benefit from the full Parking Aid Pack and Blind Spot Monitor as standard equipment. That's an additional £960 worth of value with no On-the-Road price increase.

The ferocious XFR gets a host of new spec as standard, including: stainless steel pedals, Speed Pack, Rear View Camera, Blind Spot Monitor and Red Brake Calipers. The extra equipment represents £3,760 worth of added value with no On-the-Road price increase.

The range-topping XFR-S now comes as standard with Rear View Camera and Blind Spot Monitor. The On-the-Road price hasn't increased but the extra equipment is worth £860.

Trim level Engine Body style OTR price
XF Luxury 2.2 i4 163PS Saloon £33,445
2.2 i4 200PS Saloon £34,550
2.2 i4 163PS Sportbrake £35,945
2.2 i4 200PS Sportbrake £37,050
XF R-Sport 2.2 i4 163PS Saloon £34,695
2.2 i4 200PS Saloon £36,250
2.2 i4 163PS Sportbrake £37,195
2.2 i4 200PS Sportbrake £38,750
XF R-Sport Black 2.2 i4 200PS Saloon £38,350
2.2 i4 200PS Sportbrake £40,850
XF Portfolio 2.2 i4 163PS Saloon £37,195
2.2 i4 200PS Saloon £38,700
2.2 i4 163PS Sportbrake £39,695
2.2 i4 200PS Sportbrake £41,200
XF Diesel S Portfolio 3.0 V6 275PS Saloon £49,515
3.0 V6 275PS Sportbrake £51,995
XFR 5.0 V8 510PS Saloon £65,440
XFR-S 5.0 V8 550PS Saloon £79,995
5.0 V8 550PS Sportbrake

£82,495

February 2017

New four cylinder engine range announced for Jaguar XF.

Comprises 2.0 litre Ingenium petrol engines with outputs of 200HP and 250HP and a new 2.0 litre twin turbo Ingenium diesel with an output of 240HP and 500Nm torque.

Other improvements for 2018 model year include:

  • Jaguar’s Configurable Dynamics technology now available as standalone feature on XE and XF, allows drivers to personalise the gear shift, throttle and steering settings
  • Intelligent safety features including Forward Traffic Detection and Forward Vehicle Guidance join extensive Advanced Driver Assistance Systems
  • Added convenience: XF and XE saloons fitted with Gesture Boot Lid for the first time
  • Virtual 12.3-inch TFT instrument cluster with full-screen 3D navigation new for XE
  • Dual View screen InControl technology introduced across all three vehicles
  • New Shell app allows Jaguar drivers to pay for fuel at Shell service stations using car’s touchscreen

What does a Jaguar XF (2008 – 2015) cost?

List Price from £34,935
Buy new from £30,643
Contract hire from £400.51 per month