The Jaguar XF has been named Auto Express Driver Power Car of the Decade.
A detailed survey which has seen Auto Express readers participate over a period of ten year, evaluating aspects of the car they own, including reliability, dealer performance, design, handling and ease of use.
An estimated 300,000 readers have participated, hundred of cars have been tested and the Jaguar XF has come out as Number One.
The award was presented to Dr. Ralf Speth, CEO of Jaguar Land Rover and Andrew Whyman, Chief Programme Engineer, XF by the Auto Express Acting Editor, Graham Hope in front of the Castle Bromwich Factory staff.
Dr. Speth commented: "We are humbled by Jaguar owners voting in such a way to rate the XF as the number one car in the UK. It's a tremendous achievement for everyone in Jaguar – from the people here at Castle Bromwich who have been building the car since 2008 to the engineers, the designers and the dealers. I am very proud to receive the award on their behalf."
Graham Hope, Editor of Auto Express, commented: "Jaguar's XF is a thoroughly deserving winner of our Car of the Decade. Over the past 10 years, more than 302,000 Auto Express readers have told us what they like and dislike about their cars, and no model has demonstrated such consistent all-round ability as the XF. It’s fantastic to drive and extremely well built – a tribute to the skilled workforce at Castle Bromwich. I am absolutely delighted that a British-built car has won this award, and fully expect the latest version of the XF, with its new diesel engine, to achieve even more success in the years ahead."
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