2017 Jaguar XF ratings and reviews
After a redesign in its previous year that reduced its weight and made it more aerodynamic, the Jaguar XF entered 2017 ready to perform and feeling almost like a sports car with its nimble handling, quick acceleration, and incredibly absorbing suspension. Multiple configurations and trim levels are available for the XF, allowing drivers to find one that suits their needs for safety, adventure, style, and convenience, although the base 20d’s standard features are plenty for most, including an 11-speaker audio system, a rearview camera, steering wheel-mounted controls, and a touchscreen navigation system. The 35t Prestige adds a head-up display, hands-free entry, and front and rear parking sensors, but the R-Sport gives drivers the ultimate athletic experience with sport seating, 20-inch alloy wheels, and a Premium Interior Upgrade package that boosts the XF’s interior with various trim color options. A bumper-to-bumper 5-year/60,000-mile warranty covers every XF configuration to keep it reliable and road-ready.