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2015 Jaguar XF Overview



TrueDelta Reviews the Gas Mileage of the 2015 Jaguar XF

2015 Jaguar XF Gas Mileage: Neutral
YearComment
2016 A decade ago a midsize sedan capable of both a five-second run from zero to 60 and EPA ratings of 20 mpg city / 30 mpg highway (improved significantly from the 2015's 17/28) would have been astounding. Today, though, it's just par for the course. Plus competitors are available with four-cylinder engines that are evern more efficient. The XF will be available with both gas and diesel four-cylinder engines in the future. In my real-world driving I observed averages as high as 25 mpg in the suburbs once the engine was warm, but more often high teens and low 20s, depending on how aggressively I was working the pedals. The average for the entire week was just 18, but this included cold starts, time spent idling while taking a couple hundred photos (this was a very fun car to photograph), and a stint in the single digits exploring the XF's handling potential. Note: the relative rating is actually against the 535i. The 535d, with a powerful yet efficient diesel engine, is the "compared to" car since it is the 5 Series I most recently reviewed. full 2016 Jaguar XF review
 

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2015 Jaguar XF Gas Mileage: Cons
YearBody/PowertrainComment
2012 4dr Sedan supercharged 510hp 5.0L V8
6-speed shiftable automatic RWD
Or lack there of. So yes if on the highway and not playing to much you can set the cruise and get 21mpg...amazing for 510hp engine. However as soon as you start having fun stop light to stop light, on the back roads your mpg will drop to around 12mpg. However it was so much fun that you don't car:-) full 2012 Jaguar XF review
 
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