Jaguar launches $75,000 XF sedan

Jaguar launches $75,000 XF sedan


Jaguar New Zealand have just launched a new derivative in the XF line. The XF 2.0i4 SE, which lists at a recommended retail price of $75,000.

It is powered by a 2-litre 4-cylinder turbocharged petrol engine, producing 177kW, which takes the sedan from 0-100 in 7.9 seconds. The XF has a ZF 8-Speed gearbox which also has intelligent stop/start functionality improving fuel economy, reducing emissions and complying with Euro 5 emission standards.

Jaguar New Zealand says the XF 2.0i4 SE has a high level of specification including automatic Xenon headlights with LED signature details and 17-inch alloy wheels.

It also features Bond Grain with Suede leather seats, electric steering column, interior mood lighting and American Walnut veneer.

The multimedia system includes a 7-inch touch screen which controls the Jaguar 250 Watt sound system with 10 speakers, hard drive music storage, iPod integration, Bluetooth phone/audio connectivity, DVD player and satellite navigation.

“Many New Zealanders think that a large luxury Jaguar sedan costs well in excess of $100,000. We expect customers who would normally consider more mainstream brands to be pleasantly surprised that they can own the Jaguar they always wanted for $75,000”, says Jaguar New Zealand general manager James Yates.

The Jaguar XF 2.0i4 SE is available now at authorised Jaguar centres.

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