Real MPG: Jaguar XF Sportbrake (2017 on)

Number of RealMPGs submitted
20–54
Real MPG
37.7
Average

+Attractive and comfortable family estate, thanks to standard fit self-levelling suspension. Available with all-wheel drive. Flat load floor with up to 1700 litres of boot space.

-Noisy engines. Sluggish four-wheel drive performance. German rivals provide better in-car entertainment.

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Engine Official MPG (NEDC) Official MPG (WLTP) Real MPG Avg. Real MPG %  
2.0d 163 54.3 mpg - - - Submit
2.0d 163 Automatic 52.3 mpg - - - Submit
2.0d 180 Automatic 51.4–52.3 mpg 44.0 mpg 48.6 mpg 110%* Submit
2.0d 180 Automatic 4WD 49.6 mpg 39.4 mpg 43.2 mpg 110%* Submit
2.0d 240 Automatic 4WD 46.3 mpg 37.8 mpg 40.8 mpg 108%* Submit
2.0i 250 Automatic 37.7 mpg - 29.0 mpg 77% Submit
2.0i 300 Automatic 4WD 36.2–37.2 mpg - 25.6 mpg 70% Submit
3.0d 300 Automatic 45.6–47.9 mpg - 44.6 mpg 95% Submit
D200 - 54.2 mpg - -* Submit
D200 4WD - 49.5 mpg - -* Submit
P250 - 33.9 mpg - -* Submit
P300 - 31.4 mpg - -* Submit
P300 4WD - 31.2 mpg - -* Submit
*Based on WLTP MPG values

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Jaguar XF Sportbrake (2017 on)

Attractive and comfortable family estate, thanks to standard fit self-levelling suspension. Available with all-wheel drive. Flat load floor with up to 1700 litres of boot space.

Rivals

Jaguar XF Sportbrake (2017 on) 37.7 avg mpg
Mercedes-Benz E-Class Estate (2016 on) 47.9 avg mpg
Volvo V90 (2016 - 2023) 40.3 avg mpg
Volvo V60 (2018 - 2023) 42.6 avg mpg

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