The Jaguar XF has been named the top luxury car in the annual Auto Express Driver Power Survey. Overall, the jaguar XF came third in the Driver Power Top 100 cars, proving popular amongst owners for its reliability, performance and refinement as well as being backed up by efficient dealer support.
The Driver Power Survey was contributed to by over 23,000 readers, and is regarded as one of the most comprehensive of its kind.
Graham Hope, Acting Editor of Auto Express said: 'The XF’s enduring popularity is testament to what a superb car it is. It has now finished in the top three in Driver Power for three years in a row – a fantastic achievement that really sets the standard for luxury cars.'
Commenting on the results, Geoff Cousins, Managing Director, Jaguar UK, said: 'This survey, contributed to by our customers, is a tremendous demonstration of the engineering integrity and reliability of the XF as well as the levels of satisfaction felt in the overall ownership experience and our dealers. I'm very proud that the XF continues to perform so strongly against tough competition.'
The jaguar XF range has seen plenty of development since its launch with the introduction of a pair of new 3.0-litre V6 diesel engines alongside the Jaguar XFR, which is powered by a 5.0-litre V8 engine developing 510 PS. Anew 2.2-litre diesel engine will soon be available which aims to deliver the refinement and performance expected of a Jaguar as well as delivering over 50 mpg and a range in excess of 800-miles.
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