Jaguar has unveiled the new version of the XF that will be available with a fleet-friendly four-cylinder diesel engine.
The new-look model has a revised front end, more in-keeping with the flagship XJ, with the new 190bhp 2.2-litre diesel engine has CO2 emissions of 149g/km, and fuel consumption of 52.3mpg on the combined cycle, achieved with the help of stop.start technology.
However, the 3.0-litre diesel also has lower CO2 emissions and better fuel consumption than before, now achieving 44.8mpg and 169g/km of CO2 - and improvement of 2.8mpg and 10g/km.
Inside there's a restyled steering wheel plus revised switchgear for the ventilation systems and all-new colour central and dial-mounted screens relaying reprogrammed navigation and entertainment software.
Read our first drive of the XF 2.2D here.
|Engine||Power (bhp)||Torque (lbft)||
|3.0D S V6||275||442||6.4/155||44.8/169||£42,950|