Purchased with 27,000 miles on it, from a pure performance perspective this car is AWESOME. The 5.0L V8 is smooth, responsive and growls like the car's namesake. The interior and exterior and both beautiful, and the simplicity of the dashboard is very unique. Some of the electronics are a bit quirky - the phone voice controls are not necessarily intuitive, the radio presets have reset themselves a couple of times and the nav system, while functional, is not what I would consider robust. Overall, I'm very impressed and would definitely buy the car again.
2010 Jaguar XFAnonymous - , 01/19/2014
It drives so nice and handles great. It has great get up and go. The stereo is awesome and it's a real pleasure to drive.
Not what I thought!
2010 Jaguar XFNita - Currie, NC09/17/2014
What attracted me to this car was the beauty of it. I received nothing but compliments but I've already experienced steering wheel repairs/replacement - bubbling dashboard and transmission glitches.
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