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Jaguar: Xf R on 2040-cars

US $18,000.00
Year:2011 Mileage:41000 Color: Black

Cadiz, Ohio, United States

Cadiz, Ohio, United States

Selling Price Well Below KBB Value! Will freight/ship anywhere in the 48 U.S. Continental States. $32,995 (Fair purchase price is listed at $35,693 for this exact vehicle; I am selling at trade-in value and would rather see someone get a smoking deal than to give to a dealership) $80,350 Original MSRP. Clean and clear Title in-hand. Private Owner/Seller. Clean CarFax (available upon request or seend below in DropBox link); 2-Owner. Absolutely Immaculate Physical and Mechanical Condition! You will NOT find a cleaner, better condition 2011 XFR anywhere. Please click on the link below to see more high resolution images or message me if you would like a picture of something specific. Engine bay is immaculate. Tires are all matching and in good condition. Wheels have absolutely zero curb rash.DropBox Pictures Loaded with Every Option Offered. Jaguar Ultimate Black. 20 Wheels with ZERO Curb Rash. Ceramic Pro 9H 6-layer clear coat treatment ($2,500) applied by Preferred Auto Detail in Akron, OH in May 2016. Exterior coating looks like glass and is hard as glass. You must see it to believe it (Google Ceramic Pro 9H). Will include CoverKing SatinStretch (indoor) red car cover which is custom made for the Jaguar XFR and fits like silk (paid $400). Tires are all matching high performance Dunlop SP Sport MAXX and have ~70-75% tread life. This is an incredible vehicle with no issues. It is fully serviced and ready to roll. The sound and power that this beast puts out is absolutely insane. You truly must drive one to believe it. If you have owned M5s previously, the XFR will blow it away--in power and luxury. Please contact me for any questions or for additional pictures/videos. 5.0L V8 (510 HP)Leather heated/ventilated seatsLeather wrapped heated steering wheelBlack suede SunshadeFront/Rear Parking SensorsRear CD/MP3/AuxSteering Wheel ControlsAuto Telescopic Steering ColumnAutomated AC Vents (open/close when vehicle is started)Automated Gear Selector (disappears when vehicle is turned off)Paddle ShiftersAdaptive Dynamics w/ Track ModeActive Differential Control20 R Wheels w/ XFR Aero Performance PackageSmartkey keyless entry with push-button start (both keys included and working)Xenon headlampsBlind spot monitoring in side heated mirrorsHeated windshieldMemory Seats18-way power seats
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2014 Jaguar XFR-S Sportbrake is one hot hauler

Wed, 05 Mar 2014

Oh look, another super-hot wagon that won't be making its way to the US. Awesome.
Actually, in all honesty, it really is awesome. Meet the Jaguar XFR-S Sportbrake, a red-hot (or blue-hot?) version of the rakish XF wagon that originally bowed at the Geneva Motor Show back in 2012. The formula here is pretty much plug-and-play: take the 5.0-liter supercharged V8 from the XFR-S and shove it in the wagon body, and add all of the necessary visual flair fitting of a properly powerful Jag. The end result is an estate that packs 542 horsepower, 502 pound-feet of torque, and the ability to sprint to 60 miles per hour in a scant 4.6 seconds. Meow.
This Jaguar joins a growing segment of ultra-hot wagons in Europe, rounded out by offerings like the Audi RS6 Avant and the Mercedes-Benz E63 AMG longroof - the latter of which you can actually buy in North America. Sounds like the sort of comparison test we'd love to facilitate. Guess we'll have to leave that to our friends at Autocar, though.

Jaguar testing hardcore F-Type R-S GT?

Wed, 16 Apr 2014

Some automakers make a hardcore model, then sit back and revel in its awesomeness. Jaguar does things a little differently. It takes a standard production model, gives it more power, bigger brakes and a tighter suspension and slaps the letter R on it. Then it gives it even more power, even bigger brakes and an even tighter suspension and calls it an R-S. Sometimes the engineers in Coventry don't even think that's enough, so they strip out some weight and dial things up even further and call it an R-S GT.
So far, they've only gone that far with the XK (transformed first into the XKR, then the XKR-S, and finally the XKR-S GT), but with that model on its way out, Jaguar seems to be preparing to give the newer F-Type a similar treatment. Now we can't be sure that what we're looking at is an F-Type R-S GT, especially since the 550-horsepower engine from the XKR-S and XFR-S is already powering the existing F-Type R Coupe, but it does seem to have all the makings of a hardcore performance model.
Compared to the existing F-Type, the development model pictured here has a bigger front splitter (like the one on the Project 7 concept), a big rear wing and a set of what looks like pretty big lightweight alloys. It's also, tellingly, a roadster, which (unlike the coupe) has until now topped out at 500hp with the V8 S model. So while it may be hard to say exactly just what Jaguar has in store for us here (or what they'll call it), one thing's for sure: it's gonna be fast and loud.

Is the Jaguar XFR-S really worth $17k more than the XFR? [w/poll]

Wed, 22 Jan 2014

Adding performance to a car is rarely cheap - whether you're looking to do it yourself or rely on the factory to do it for you. In the case of the new Jaguar XFR-S, the cost differential over an already-impressive (and somewhat expensive) XFR is a stout $16,800. Auto Express recently got a hold of both cars to see whether that price pays off on the track.
For that price, Jaguar gives the XFR-S an extra 40 horsepower and 41 pound-feet of torque - for a total of 550 hp and 502 lb-ft - to go with a stiffer suspension, beefed-up differential and, of course, meaner styling. We don't want to ruin the results of the AE video, but right off the bat, the host says that you can feel the extra power of the XFR-S, but that it's not a "night-and-day difference."
Scroll down to see what happens when two high-powered Jags go head-to-head on a track. And then be sure to let us know whether or not you think the added money is worth it for the XFR-S in the completely informal poll below.