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How often have you heard people talk about a Jaguar at a car wash on a lazy Sunday afternoon?
Chances are you haven't heard anyone mention this brand there. People talk about what are perceived mainstream aspirational cars such as the Audi R8 and Mercedes-Benz SL 65 AMG.
Large saloons plus performance are my two favourite combinations.
The recent test of the Jaguar XF 4,2 V8 supercharged engine was a good one. It excited people who gathered at a car wash in Midrand.
Except for the goat that spoiled my fun.
Though it can never be a good thing to hit an animal, it helped me realise how good the XF's pedestrian system is.
The XF is a car that you cannot ignore. One look and you have to look again. This time I even took one of my former high school teachers for a ride. The goat accident took place near his house.
The XF's interior ambience is enriched by crafted, luxurious materials, sophisticated instruments and calm interior mood lighting. The attention to detail means the XF's interior matches communicate to an individual.
The interior of the XF is an outstanding combination of style and substance, bristling with innovation.
From the smart technical solution of the JaguarDrive Selector through the seamless efficiency of rotating vents, to the simplicity of touch-screen control. The XF proves aesthetics and function can work together in perfect harmony.
Just like its looks, the XF excels across the board, in every role from a sports car to a luxurious long-distance cruiser.
The exterior styling of the XF is the first expression of Jaguar's new design language in a saloon car. The car offers a truly contemporary, luxury environment.
With a fuel tank capacity of 69,5 litres the big Jag makes for frequent visits to the petrol station.
The 4,2-litre V8 chucks out a power output of 306kW and torque of 560Nm.
To drive this one you need R783850.
The smaller engined XF, the 3,0-litre V6, sells for R499000.