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By James Fosdyke
Added 29th May, 2015
, updated 28th May, 2015
There's no doubt that this XFR could make a very shrewd used buy for those in the market for a superior premium executive-sized sports saloon. It'll hold its value reasonably well, it'll be a hoot on an empty road or a racetrack and it'll probably be reliable.
Whether you opt for the pre or post-facelift version is probably down to preference. The older car is cheaper to buy and mechanically identical to the new model, but the later version we've been looking at here has a much sleeker look and a more up-market feel. It makes you feel more special - which is what a car of this kind should be all about.
There's no doubt that this XJ is an outstanding technical achievement. But then the same can be said of many of its rivals. Where this Jaguar is different though, can be summed up in that one simple but very telling word 'character'. Rather than being merely a larger version of an existing model, this is a stand-alone design in its own right. As a result. it feels special in a way that German rivals struggle to match.
More importantly, this car's unique selling points aren't only restricted to the way that it looks. Even if you don't agree with Designer Ian Callum's vision of the future of luxury motoring, you'll have to admit that the cabin is on another level from its rivals, even if it can't quite match them for space. And it offers the kind of involving driving experience you simply wouldn't expect from a car of this size. Bold and ferociously modern, this is a car you can bond with - and a luxury saloon that it's very difficult to ignore.
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