The XF combines the handling feel of the Cadillac with the urgency we see only in the Jag and the Audi A6 3.0T, at a price that should make Lexus stand up and take notice. At $52,895, the XF may seem like a spendy option in this segment — until you realize that there is no 2.0-liter turbo XF at this time. Comparing apples to apples, the Jaguar is both one of the faster V6 entries and one of the least expensive V6 entries. Only the $50,950 Lexus GS 350 and the $50,755 Infiniti Q70 3.7 undercut the XF in sticker price, and either of those options will take a second longer to get you to 60 mph.
2016 Jaguar XF 35t R-Sport Review
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