2015 Jaguar XF Diesel Automatic Estate by Pengie KKK • 1st April 2021
The last of the old shape XFs before the 2016 model year came out and cheapened the XF range. An incidence of a change for the worse as this 2015 car had a better engine, better build quality in terms of panel fit and simply a better car to drive. The 2021 model has moved back towards where the XF looked like before the debacle of that often misaligned split panel bonnet version I won’t miss. The XF up to 2015 is a fabulous car, especially in Sportbrake, estate form with the 2.2 diesel engine. Buy one!
2008 Jaguar XF Diesel Automatic Saloon by John Carter • 10th July 2018
A very nice Jaguar with a diesel engine. Produces big torque at low rpm making this an effortless cruiser. Quiet, comfortable and with plenty of gizmos, the Jaguar XF is a fantastic car. The interior is superb, one of the nicest interiors I've come across. The pulsating starter button, the folding air vents and lush blue lighting just make an already lovely interior really unique. I love this car and was reluctant to sell.
1996 Jaguar XJ Series Petrol Automatic Sedan by R04drunner1 • 25th July 2014
Huge pleasure to drive and the supercharged 4 litre engine gives addictive overtaking performance.
Amazingly good condition for its year: feels more like an 8 year old car than 18.
So comfortable to sit in. I did a 400 mile trip in one day and emerged with a huge grin.
Marked down on costs because of high car tax and stonkingly bad petrol consumption. But has amazing second hand value so low / negative depreciation certainly helps the wallet. And the smiles per gallon is practically unbeatable.
I can't believe I was able to get this car... utterly brilliant.