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How much does the 2023 Jaguar XF cost?



For a brand that once was amongst the most outstanding automobile manufacturers, Jaguar now offers more SUVs than any other type of vehicle. There are few cars left in the British manufacturer's lineup, one of them being the XF Sedan. Only 62 units were sold last year in Canada, making it the worst-selling car in the brand. However, that doesn't make the XF less of a gem piece of engineering at all. Numbers are just numbers, and the XF wasn't made to be a mass-production car from the very beginning. Low-production numbers also mean exclusivity, something even money cannot buy sometimes. Those who understand this will never regret picking up the Jaguar XF. 


The XF is Jaguar's last sedan offered here in Canada, so you should get one. Performances, comfort, and luxury, the British sedan provides an outstanding balance of everything.


The 2023 Jaguar XF is powered by a turbocharged 2.0 L four-cylinder making 296 hp and 295 lb-ft of torque. The engine is paired with an eight-speed automatic gearbox that sends power to all four wheels. The XF is a lot of fun to drive and exceptionally economical for a car this size, with average fuel consumption of 10.7 L/100 km in the city and 7.8 L/100 km on the highway.


Now, the big question is; How much does the 2023 Jaguar XF cost?




The 2023 Jaguar XF price starts at $64,200, and only one trim level is called R-Dynamic SE. This price is reasonable, considering that most of its competitors cost the same. However, where Jaguar made things better is in the options catalog. For most luxury vehicles, the base price means little because several groups and individual options exist. Of course, every package is more expensive than the previous one.


Things are a bit different with the 2023 Jaguar XF. Of course, there are some options, but these are surprisingly reasonable. Paint options cost between $850 and $950. You can get a Black exterior Package for only $550, which costs more than four times more for most competitors of the XF. If you want better wheels, it will only cost you $500 to $1,000, which is very inexpensive.


Interior options are slightly more expensive, but nothing is too crazy here. It costs $1,550 to get better seats and $1,800 for upgraded leather. Nevertheless, these options are worth every single penny. After that, there are a few options for the rooftop material, finisher trims, steering wheel, driver display, and audio, where you can select what you want for a couple of hundred dollars in most cases.


The Jaguar XF is one of the most comfortable luxury sedans out there, and the fact it is reasonably priced makes it even better.


Jean-Sébastien Poudrier

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