Comments - Jaguar Reveal Refreshed XF and XJ Models for 2013

Published: Jun 29, 2012
Description: Jaguar has tweaked both its luxury sedan ranges for the 2013 model year, the most significant of these being an expanded powertrain range and a new automatic transmission. Two new highly-efficient gas...
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Matt White Jun 29, 2012
Peter - there was a typo this morning. It has been fixed since.
Peter Rotta Jun 29, 2012
To end everyones confusion the xj in the USA is a natural v8 while the super charged and super sport are super charged
Logan LeMonnier Jun 29, 2012
Everyone needs to chill
Phillip Holbrook Jun 29, 2012
There is an & there now so either they fixed it or we need to check our reading skills.
Zachary Maurer Jun 29, 2012
Hey, at least they changed it now...
Matt Piccolo Jun 29, 2012
Lol naturally aspirated supercharged v8!!! Good one carbuzz
Wyatt Gordon Jun 29, 2012
Naturally aspirated supercherged? Pillocks
Josh Negron Jun 29, 2012
Naturally aspirated supercharged? Lol
Description: The 2.2-liter turbodiesel is offered in two states of tune - with either 161hp and 295lb-ft or, with 197hp and 332lb-ft of torque - for the XF saloon and Sportbrake models, while the new 2.0-liter tur...
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Sam Biggin Nov 18, 2012
Diesels are pretty much half of sales now
Kyle Smith Jun 29, 2012
Americans won't buy diesels, unless they're in trucks. In Europe every segment has at least a few diesels.
Peter Papen Jun 29, 2012
Does America deserve any diesels..?
Todd Randall Jun 29, 2012
Will america receive any diesels?
Bob Jones Jun 29, 2012
It says "Jaguar has also ditched the six-speed automatic in favor of a new eight-speed 'box, now mated to the entire engine range."
Walker Carroll Jun 29, 2012
Am I the only one not able to read the bottom line
Phillip Holbrook Jun 29, 2012
They have some of the cleanest looking cars out now.
Mark Reider Jun 29, 2012
Nice Jag! I would want the Supersport in White.
Brandon Carr Jun 29, 2012
Simple but sexy.
Description: V6 and V8 equipped cars will now have a Start/Stop system to further improve fuel efficiency by five percent. In terms of performance, the new V6 shifts the XJ from 0-60mph in 5.7 seconds and hits...
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Description: Finally, a retuned suspension with recalibrated springs and dampers aims to optimize handling and ride quality of the XJ range. Specific changes relating to the US market have yet to be released, so t...
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Cory Wilhelm Jun 29, 2012
How can you make the XJ handle better? It's already perfect for a large car.
Zaire Wilkins Jun 29, 2012
i love this saloon
Brendan Bell Jun 29, 2012
The back end makes it look very long
Logan LeMonnier Jun 29, 2012
Yeah me too but it's different at least
Luke Bailey Jun 29, 2012
gotta say, I hate that rear imo .....
Brandon Carr Jun 29, 2012
AHHH look at that bak end.... Perfect.
Ardavon Nazari Jun 29, 2012
Looks the same to me
Kyle Kloewer Jun 29, 2012
Jaguars look great
Mike Conrad Jun 30, 2012
This looks amazing
Grant Paquin Jun 29, 2012
I don't really discriminate about wagons these days. Nearing extinction - all wagons have their appeal. V70R I've always loved by volvo. This jag is nice-
Ed Ashby Jun 29, 2012
Agree Audi station wagons best, then Beemers. The Jag wagon's not classy looking like the saloon/sedan. It's butt could be a Mazda. Mercs = yawn. The Cadillac's over-designed - looks like something from Robocop!
Kyle Smith Jun 29, 2012
I find the new 5 series wagon pretty good looking. Any Audi wagon does for me, the TSX wagon I like and the CTS is good too. This one I would definately add to the list.
Ron Kelley Jun 29, 2012
This is good looking, but clearly, Audi makes the best looking wagons.
Phillip Holbrook Jun 29, 2012
Do they make an XFR wagon?
Brendon Davis Jun 29, 2012
Man is that sexy.
Dillon Magee Jun 29, 2012
I think the CTS-V wagon is the best looking wagon, but this is a close second.
Adam Mitchel Jun 29, 2012
@Matt the cts-v wagon I think looks better
Henz Herrero Jun 29, 2012
Ya id take the amg before this..
Michael Dunn Jun 29, 2012
The E63 AMG wagon
Matt Piccolo Jun 29, 2012
This is the best lookin wagon right now IMO (remind me if I'm missing one)
Lee Cascio Jun 29, 2012
I don't think the kids would mind riding in this wagon.
Isaac Taylor Jun 30, 2012
NOT ENOUGH BIKES!!! I WON'T BUY!!
Ed Ashby Jun 29, 2012
So they're aiming it at bike thieves everywhere
Michelle Hart Jun 29, 2012
Good luck Michael Rodgers can't wait to see the Aussies fly in this years Tour De France
Michelle Hart Jun 29, 2012
Four bikes plus lots of spare wheels, looks awesome.
Josh Andrews Jun 29, 2012
Cause somebody buys a car for 90grand and says there going to use it for this :)
Phillip Holbrook Jun 29, 2012
Nope three the rest are spare wheels
Phillip Holbrook Jun 29, 2012
Counting handlebars I think there are only four up there, the wheels just make it look like more.
David Markham Jun 29, 2012
Always good to have a back up bike...or 2
Adam Mitchel Jun 29, 2012
I think about 10
Mark Reider Jun 29, 2012
How many bikes are up there anyway? It's hard to tell. The other thing is, can you fit all the riders of those bikes in that one car!
Chris O'Brien Jun 29, 2012
bring ALL the bikes!
Mark Reider Jun 29, 2012
They could probably through in a Canoe!
Mark Reider Jun 29, 2012
Another one! I think that would be just one to many! LOL
Kyle Smith Jun 29, 2012
I think they need another bike up there!
Logan LeMonnier Jun 29, 2012
They're whole lineup is just great looking
Jeremy Siebert Jun 29, 2012
Cute family picture
Peter Papen Jun 29, 2012
Brian :D U r such a g :D
Cory Wilhelm Jun 29, 2012
No it does better. It goes to 11.5
Chris O'Brien Jun 29, 2012
does the stereo volume go to 11 too?
Ed Ashby Jun 29, 2012
Nice mood lighting for your food wrappers
Michael Henderson Jun 30, 2012
Turbos at any manufacturer are common for failing and they tend to have a service life. Usually the only reason for changing them is due to sticking actuators caused by moisture getting to the electronic motors.
Paul Lissona Jun 30, 2012
You've already had to change turbos on these, at a jaguar dealer?
Michael Henderson Jun 29, 2012
Belts arn't an issue its changing one of the turbo's that's a real pain in the ass on this engine (I work at a JLR service centre in Sydney).
Chris Thomas Jun 29, 2012
That would be a real pain to change the belts
Paul Lissona Jun 29, 2012
So complex compared to my car haha.
Kyle Kloewer Jun 29, 2012
Put that in a dune buggy
Paul Lissona Jun 29, 2012
I like seeing all this metal used right.
Brandon Carr Jun 29, 2012
Good morning beautiful