Jaguar fans now can take a peek into what the 2016 Jaguar XF has in store for them when it hits dealerships this winter.
According to the Latin Post, Jaguar has made the effort to introduce not only one, but three variants of the Jaguar XF to the market. This gives the consumers the opportunity to pick the variant that is friendlier to their budgets and most fitting to their circumstances.
The three options available, Digital Trends said, are the entry, mid-level and sports variants of the luxury sedan.
Jaguar itself has released a press statement that details the general specifications of the new series, as well as the individual models.
According to the press release, the Jaguar XF 2016’s exteriors will be made of magnesium and aluminum alloy. Magnesium alloys will make up the construction of the front-end carrier and cross-car beam, while the hood and front fenders will be made up of aluminum alloy. This combination, the statement said, results in a sedan that is 265 pounds lighter than its predecessor.
The statement, the Christian Post said, elaborated on the individual specs of the models. The entry level Jaguar XF 35i runs on a 3.0 liter, supercharged V6 engine with 340 horsepower and 332 pound-feet of torque, as well as an eight-speed automatic gearbox. The entry level has a price tag of $52,895, while the mid-level XF 35t and sports XF S variants will be priced at $57,545 and $61,645.
According to the Christian Post, consumers can also up the horsepower of the sports variant by choosing the V6 engine with 380 horsepower, for a price of $63,695.
Car and Driver also said that the Jaguar XF can be converted to an all-wheel drive for an additional $3,000. There will also be a turbodiesel version next year which will reportedly cost less than $50,000.