2010 Jaguar XF Lineup Grows With Second Supercharged Version

If updating the Jaguar XF sedan just one year after the model's introduction weren't enough, Jaguar is bringing back to North America a trim level we thought had been replaced by the all-new, performance-oriented 2010 XFR. Priced at $68,000, including destination charge, the 2010 XF Supercharged rejoins the Luxury and Premium trim levels that launched the model in 2009, as well as the new ultra-luxury Portfolio edition and XFR, which were introduced as 2010 models at January's Detroit auto show. The XF model line's prices range from $52,000 to $80,000 with destination.

The XF Supercharged splits the difference between the XF equipped with the optional 5.0-liter V-8 (new for 2010) and the XFR, which has a higher-output version of the new trim level's supercharged 5.0-liter. The breakdown is 300 hp for the 4.2-liter V-8, 385 hp for the new 5.0-liter, 470 hp in the XF Supercharged and 510 hp in the XFR. Jaguar's claimed 0-60 mph times are 6.2, 5.5, 4.9 and 4.7 seconds, respectively.

The Supercharged has upgraded brakes with silver-gray calipers and 20-inch wheels available on no other trim level. There's contrast stitching on the dashboard and door panels, a heated steering wheel, a faux suede headliner, exclusive Rich Oak Veneer trim and a Bowers & Wilkins surround audio system with HD radio. The XF Supercharged will hit dealerships in October.

Any concerns that Jaguar's new owner, Tata Motors of India, would put the brakes on development should be allayed at this point. If anything, they seem to have dialed things up.



By Joe Wiesenfelder | June 29, 2009 | Comments (1)
Tags: Jaguar, Jaguar XF



I bought a black Jaguar 2010 XF V8 (Chassis Number: SAJAA07F1ALR49036) from Dubai recently. I was overwhelmed with excitement along with my family when suddenly my brother noticed that the color in the left/front door (passenger side) is of different color. It is a little bit dark green rather than black, which annoys me realizing that its cost me more than a $100,000 and to think that it is unexpected of JAGUAR, a very famous and elegant brand of European car, to sell cars to its patrons without even passing the quality control.

Aside from this, there was a noisy sound in the brake pads whenever i hit it and again DSC alert comes out in the screen twice. It goes off whenever I switched off and on the engine.

I returned to them and they told me they want to paint that door again. I REFUSED since the car did not even reached 1000 KM and cause its just less than a month since its been purchased so they MUST replace the entire door and they agreed with that.

However, I feel so bad spending this amount of money on such a car like that. Either return my money back or at least give me brand new car. (thats what i asked forand the car still with them for more than 3 months)

"That's the Jaugar 2010 !!!"

for more info send to fj-one@hotmail.com

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