The Jaguar XF Has Something BMW Never Will


And that's why we love it.

Since its unveiling at the 2015 New York Auto Show, we’ve been shouting the praises of the Jaguar XF. Not only because of its gorgeous sheet metal that subtly upgrades the styling from its predecessor, but the sedan's supercharged V6 is a fantastic engine. This particular model comes with the 380-hp output (it’s also available with 340 horses), and when you consider the second-gen XF has shed over 400 pounds of weight and comes with near 50:50 weight distribution, the performance and driving dynamics is impressive.

In our latest unboxing video, we dig deep into what makes the Jaguar XF S such an attractive proposition. The interior is a comfortable and plush place to be, there’s plenty of room for five and ample trunk space for an average family.

But should you buy one? Check out the video and decide for yourself. Special thanks to Jaguar Sacramento for allowing us to shoot the car.

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