Jaguar Xf Diesel
Jaguar may be in no rush to bring diesel variants to the United States for anything more than a cross-country demo run. But overseas the marque's oil-burning selection keeps growing. The XF is already available in its home market with a 190-horsepower 2.2-liter diesel four, not to mention a 3.0
It's not every day that you see a diesel Jaguar XF on these shores. In fact, at least officially, there's only one. And it just completed a cross-country road trip that took it from New York to Los Angeles.
The first diesel Jaguar XF has arrived in the United States. But it's not destined for a showroom, and it's not headed to a waiting customer. No, Jaguar has slightly more ambitious plans for this particular oil-burning sedan.
The Jaguar XF lives in very competitive segment alongside the BMW 5 series, Mercedes-Benz E-Class and Audi A6. All three of those cars offer something Jaguar does not: a four-cylinder diesel engine. This is a curious situation, since 80 percent of all 5 series sales are the four-cylinder 520d mod
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Somebody get the record player out and put on Al Stewart, because this is turning into The Year of the Cat. The English marque just showed off the new XFR and XKR, a sl
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I recently had the opportunity to spend some time with the new Jaguar XF, but here in the US we only get to select from among two powertrains, both 4.2L V8s, one with and the other without a supercharger. Over in the home country, XF buyers can also select from a pair of V6 engines running on either gasoline or diesel. The diesel is a twin turbo 2.7L that was originally developed with Peugeot and is built at the Ford diesel factory in Dagenham England. Popular Mechanics had the chance to spend