The Jaguar XF is Jaguar’s executive, mid-size luxury model renowned for its aluminium body and for being Jaguar’s most award-winning vehicle. Perfect as a contract hire business vehicle or a powerful, sleek and showy personal lease car, choosing the right XF for you is possible thanks to our Jaguar XF lease deals.
As noted above, there are currently two different XF body style models on the market. The Jaguar XF Saloon was the first version to be designed and serves as a 4-door performance-focused saloon. The alternative XF model is the Jaguar XF Sportbrake, a 5-door estate vehicle with a sportier, sleeker aesthetic and slightly enhanced performance when compared with the Saloon model. Both of these models have access to similar trims, including limited edition variations like the Chequered Flag. The R Sport trim allows access to a distinct body-type and sports-enhancements ideal for the Sportbrake, whereas the S trim is the premium performance option for the XF range.
Leasing a Jaguar XF
The Jaguar XF car leasing range was first introduced in its current form in 2015, though conceptualisation began well before then with the first generation XF250 first introduced in 2007. The latest XF improves on these origins with significant technology and performance improvements, making the XF a desirable executive luxury vehicle. The XF has since been made available by Jaguar in two significantly different body types as outlined below.
In terms of performance, the XF has a decent amount going on under the bonnet. You can select several different engine types dependent on your model, either with a petrol or diesel fuel type, with either 2.0-litre or 3.0-litre engines available. The XF also has a good mpg dependent on your engine size, with some Saloon options allowing for 50 mpg. Regardless of which model or trim you go with, a new Jaguar XF comes with an 8-speed gearbox.
Jaguar has packed many advanced features into the Jaguar XF including sports handling and Intelligent Driveline Dynamics. The XF also benefits from electric powered assisted steering and numerous other driver assistance technologies designed to make driving an XF an absolute breeze. The XF’s features extend to both infotainment and safety features, with advanced security and unlocking features included in the Sportbrake model. Both models come fitted with Jaguar’s TouchPro infotainment system, which includes advanced routing and entertainment options expected of such a luxury, premium vehicle.
A Jaguar XF allows you access to Jaguar Warranties which cover a new car on contract hire for 36 months. Jaguar also offers extension opportunities for anyone in need of longer coverage on their vehicle. Jaguar also operates an extensive Jaguar Servicing plan, with much of their assessment features and appointment booking facilities accessible through its website.
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Finding a Jaguar XF Lease Deal with LeaseFetcher
Whether you’re looking for an XF diesel Sportbrake or a Prestige 4dr auto XF Saloon, LeaseFetcher’s search engine has you covered. We collect lease deals from BVRLA leasing providers throughout England, Wales and across the UK. We list all available Jaguar XF leasing deals at the present moment, depending on your specifications, and help you navigate to the best monthly rental deal possible for you; you can then secure your deal directly with the provider after you’ve used our website to view a deal.
Frequently Asked Questions
The cost of leasing an XF - for example, the Portfolio 4dr auto - depends on whether you’re going for a Sportbrake or a Saloon model. To find the best car lease deal available to you, make sure to search regularly through LeaseFetcher.
When buying, for example the XF diesel saloon, you have to consider having to pay for the entire car upfront or use PCP. With leasing, there’s an initial payment and then monthly payments. Personal leasing prices will be inc VAT, and business leases will be exc VAT. Road tax is included and there might be an excess mileage charge. For many people, car leasing can often work out cheaper, and easier than purchasing a car outright.