On the occasion of winning ‘Executive Car of the Year’ award by BusinessCar, Jaguar releases two new editions of its XF saloon.
The first one is the XF SE Business, powered by the entry-level 163PS 2.2 liter diesel engine. The car gets more standard equipment though, such as satellite navigation complete with a seven inch touchscreen and HDD mapping, intelligent start stop, a 400W sound system with DAB digital radio, leather and suedecloth seats and bi-Xenon headlights.
The Sport XF is much more interesting, powered by the full-fat version of that 2.2 liter diesel, developing 190PS. It is distinguished by a sporty aero pack, including a revised front bumper, a black grille element, side sill extensions, a subtle rear boot lid spoiler and a black rear valance.
In terms of features and equipments, the Sport gets half leather suedecloth seats, bond grain trim and dove contrast stitch as well as electric driver and passenger adjustment, Piano black trim with ‘Sport’ decals on the centre console, stainless steel foot pedals, a heated front windscreen and front seats, a front parking aid plus a reversing camera and 60/40 folding rear seats.
Pricing for the SE Business model starts at £31,500, while the Sport, which is the one you want, costs £34,950.