Two new editions have been added to the Jaguar XF – the Sport and SE Business models
24 January 2012

Two new editions have been added to the Jaguar XF range, the SE Business and Sport, priced from £31,500 and £34,950 respectively.

The Jaguar XF SE Business is based on the recently announced 161bhp variant of the 2.2-litre diesel engine. It gets sat-nav and a seven-inch touchscreen in addition to the standard specification, which includes start-stop, a 400W sound system with DAB digital radio, leather and suedecloth seats and bi-Xenon headlights.

See pictures of the Jaguar XF Sport and SE Business variants

The Jaguar XF Sport model is based on the more powerful 187bhp version of the 2.2-litre oilburner. This car gets the full aerodynamic pack first introduced on the Diesel S, which includes a revised front bumper, a black grille element, side sill extensions, a rear boot lid spoiler and a black rear valance.

Inside, the Sport features half leather suedecloth seats with electric driver and passenger adjustment, piano black trim with ‘Sport’ decals on the centre console and stainless steel foot pedals. The car also has a heated front windscreen and front seats, a front parking aid plus a reversing camera and 60/40 folding rear seats.

Both the Jaguar XF SE Business and Sport can be ordered now.

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24 January 2012

The sport looks good. In my eyes, far more desirable than any of the German equivalents.

 

 

It's all about the twisties........

24 January 2012

I am sorry but a Jaguar with only one exhaust just doesnt look right, but its nice to see they are offering different specs, all we need now is the long long long overdue estate version

24 January 2012

Is there a better looking saloon car in production just now? It now makes the XJ look like a total missed opportunity from the C pillar back. Stunning looking car.

24 January 2012

I was hoping one of the new variants was a V6 petrol manual (silly of me i know)

Ah well.

24 January 2012

[quote artill]I was hoping one of the new variants was a V6 petrol manual (silly of me i know[/quote]

Wasn't there one initially but it didn't sell?

I must admit the XF range is getting very confusing; do you think they've got some marketing people in from MINI?

24 January 2012

[quote Johnnytheboy]

[quote artill]I was hoping one of the new variants was a V6 petrol manual (silly of me i know[/quote]

Wasn't there one initially but it didn't sell?

[/quote]

No. Manual transmissions are now contrary to Jaguar policy, alas.

24 January 2012

They should make the normally aspirated V8 available with a manual transmission. I'd love that in the upcoming estate.

24 January 2012

[quote Fidji]

They should make the normally aspirated V8 available with a manual transmission. I'd love that in the upcoming estate.

[/quote]

Yes you probably would, but unfortunately not enough other people would to make it viable, perhaps you could buy one and get a manual box retro fitted by a specialist.

24 January 2012

I just can't get past those ridiculous LED lights they have put on it.

Looks straight out of Halfords.

24 January 2012

why dont they just offer the package as an "option" rather than playing "mini old kent road" type names. Pathetic marketing in my opinion and thats a business I have ben in for 40 plus years so dont argue !! :-)

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