Cars.com Reviews the 2013 Jaguar XF

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The recent trend of stylish, high-amenity cars swapping power for fuel efficiency isn't something that Jaguar's XF can handle, says Cars.com reviewer Aaron Bragman. The 2013 model's new turbocharged four-cylinder engine is only modestly powerful, and its eight-speed automatic transmission is poorly tuned — together the pair returns unimpressive fuel economy. Bragman says the XF is still sexy, but this big cat has lost its roar.

2013 Jaguar XF Review

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This Jag is stunning. My colleague bought a used 2011 Jag XF and he couldn't be more excited about the numerous features and performance he gets on a day-to-day basis! I rode in it and the XF just TAKES OFF! Beautiful car. Magnificent engine. Glorious features. This car is a steal if you can get a new OR used one.

AgentMike

I own a new 2013 XF Supercharged. I was given the turbo 4 cylinder as a loaner for a couple of days. It was very under powered. But that said, Cannot be happier with my XF. Got rid of a new BMW for it. and have stepped up in reliability and performance. Would RX one to anyone tired of Blending in with the BMW crowd. Which sadly includes Doctors Accountants, Hookers, Strippers and even Attorneys, can you believe it attorneys are driving BMWs. :)

phil emond

My brand new 2013 XF broke down the day I bought it and had to be towed back to the dealer. The dealer then scratched the hood trying to repair it. They finally got it right after a couple weeks of using a loaner instead of my brand new car. Jaguar would not provide me with the JD POWER initial survey. Not sure if it is the dealer or Jaguar that is manipulating the surveys but I am not happy about Jaguar right now.

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