The 2021 Jaguar XF has received a range of exterior and interior refreshes.
The luxury brand stays true to sedans in the era of SUVs/crossovers. The 2021 Jaguar XF brings improvements in aerodynamics, connectivity and software.
The exterior becomes sleeker with its slim quad headlights and a mesh grille.
The 2021 Jaguar XF for the USA comes in a single body style (a sedan, while a wagon is discontinued), and this time only with one engine – a 2.0-liter turbo-four available with two power choices, 246 or 296 hp.
Customers will be able to choose from three trim levels: base P250 S, P250 SE, P300 R-Dynamic SE. All-wheel drive is available for all three, rear-wheel drive – for the entry-level and mid-level cars.
The interior upgrades include an open-pore wood trim, real aluminum accents, contrasting colors; laser-etched speaker covers, a new bigger 11.4-inch display. The car’s infotainment system enables over-the-air software updates now.
A base price is $45,145 for the 2021 XF. The range-topping P300 R-Dynamic SE model starts at $51,145.
The current 2020 Jaguar XF is priced between $51,100-71,800. It’s available in sedan and wagon body styles, offers three capable powertrain choices.
Its advantages include good fuel economy, smooth ride, a lot of cargo space, the intuitive infotainment system (however, responding slowly at times).
Some rivals from the German trio (Audi, BWM, Mercedes-Benz) are more opulent, and offer stronger engines.