2009 Jaguar Ratings, Reviews and Awards

The Jaguar name has long been associated with luxury, but 2009 redefined what owning a Jaguar meant. Sold by Ford Motor Company to Tata Motors, the 2009 lineup introduced a brand-new sedan called the XF. With a supercharged XKR V8 engine boasting 420-horsepower, the XF immediately replaced the S and X-Type models as the entry-level premium sedan. Higher-grade materials often found on exclusive models made gave the XF a more British personality, while its performance and interior rivaled competitors like BMW and Lexus. Both the XJ sedan and XK grand tourer received new standard features including Park Control systems, four-zone climate control, and touchscreen navigation units. The attention to detail often found in Jaguar sports models remains present in the XK convertible, sharing similar looks to the stunning Aston Martins. Jaguar also re-released the Super V8 as the XJ in a limited, 140 model run throughout the US.
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Research 2009 Jaguar models (3)
XF
$49,975 - $64,475
MSRP
19 - 20 MPG
COMBINED
$49,975 - $64,475
MSRP
19 - 20 MPG
COMBINED
XJ Series
$66,475 - $105,000
MSRP
18 - 20 MPG
COMBINED
$66,475 - $105,000
MSRP
18 - 20 MPG
COMBINED
XK Series
$77,775 - $101,675
MSRP
19 - 20 MPG
COMBINED
$77,775 - $101,675
MSRP
19 - 20 MPG
COMBINED
The Jaguar name has long been associated with luxury, but 2009 redefined what owning a Jaguar meant. Sold by Ford Motor Company to Tata Motors, the 2009 lineup introduced a brand-new sedan called the XF. With a supercharged XKR V8 engine boasting 420-horsepower, the XF immediately replaced the S and X-Type models as the entry-level premium sedan. Higher-grade materials often found on exclusive models made gave the XF a more British personality, while its performance and interior rivaled competitors like BMW and Lexus. Both the XJ sedan and XK grand tourer received new standard features including Park Control systems, four-zone climate control, and touchscreen navigation units. The attention to detail often found in Jaguar sports models remains present in the XK convertible, sharing similar looks to the stunning Aston Martins. Jaguar also re-released the Super V8 as the XJ in a limited, 140 model run throughout the US.
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