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Performance wow - acceleration great, braking good, handling not really Build Quality amazing- has it needed repairs? yes many times Appearance wow - both interior and exterior styling the best - ga... Read More
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A used 2009 Jaguar XF Luxury has an average retail price of $27,718 and 48,600 miles.
The XF Luxury represents the base trim of Jaguar's new luxury sport sedan. Standard features include 18-inch wheels, a sunroof, keyless ignition, leather upholstery, 10-way power front seats, a split/folding rear seat, a power tilt/telescoping steering wheel, dual-zone climate control, auto-dimming mirrors, a premium sound system, and rear parking assist.
The ZF six-speed automatic transmission is mated to a 4.2-liter naturally aspirated V8 that produces 300 hp. It is capable of pushing the 4,200-lb sedan from 0-60 in 6.2 seconds, with a top speed of 121 mph. The base V8 receives an EPA estimate of 18/26 mpg.
The XF utilizes the basic suspension package found on the XK sport coupe. Adding to its impressive ride characteristics, reviewers found the variable-ratio power steering "magnificent; rich with feedback." This is all greatly aided by, according to Jaguar, the stiffest body structure in its class. The use of 25 grades of steel plus aluminum and magnesium greatly facilitates this stiffness. In addition, a composite undertray and double bulkhead add to cabin quiet.
Reviewers found the overall driving experience had a lot in common with the XK, with the car providing a direct sense of the pavement and firm grip even in the tightest corners. An excursion on drenched pavement convinced one reviewer that only a serious driver error or icy roads could cause the big cat to falter. The handling is actually a return to traditional Jaguar light-footed suppleness, with more body control than has come to be expected from Jaguar.
In the cabin, Alister Whelan, Jaguar interior designer, opted for a sumptuous leather, aluminum, and wood environment rather than following traditional sport sedan conventions. As a matter of fact, this Jaguar has more polished wood (your choice of American Walnut, Burl Walnut, or Rich Oak) than any previous model. Reviewers compare the driver's and front passenger seats to fine armchairs.
The dashboard is low, providing a sense of spaciousness and expansive down-the-road visibility. Ergonomics and styling are spot on. Adding to the style and beauty that abound here is ambient phosphor blue lighting for the instrumentation.
The only qualm is with the back seat, in which tall reviewers feel cramped. The trunk is spacious, with 18 cubic feet of cargo space and more with the back seats folded down. Reviewers enthuse that Audi's legendarily elegant interiors have finally found their match in the XF cabin and believe that the XF has all the elements of a great sports sedan.
This overview covers the Luxury trim only.
Please see our 2009 Jaguar XF Overview for more information.
Looking for a Used XF in your area?CarGurus has 2,845 nationwide XF listings starting at $20,545.