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2018 Jaguar XF Sportbrake pricing confirmed

2018 jaguar xf sportbrake

XF wagon starts from $90,400

Jaguar Australia has just confirmed pricing and specification details for the all-new Jaguar XF Sportbrake.

Set to land in Australia in early November, the XF Sportbrake will be offered with a choice of four-cylinder petrol and diesel engines (from the brands ‘Ingenium’ engine range), as well as a V6 diesel.

All will be mated to an eight-speed auto transmission.

The Sportbrake will boast a slightly different suspension tune to the sedan.

Jaguar telling us the suspension set-up has been specially calibrated to reflect the demands placed on premium lifestyle estate models.

Self-levelling air sprung rear suspension is going to be fitted as standard.

2018 jaguar xf sportbrakeThe end result is “an estate that boasts Jaguar’s sports car-inspired character with composure, even when fully loaded”, according to the British sports/luxury car maker.

Offering a practical load-space of 565 litres, and up to 1,700 litres with the split folding rear seats lowered, Jaguar Marketing Strategy and Planning Director, Steven de Ploey, tells us the new XF wagon is extremely versatile.

“The XF Sportbrake is the embodiment of everything our brand stands for, bringing Jaguar design and dynamics to create vehicles that excite the senses and support active lifestyles.

“Its dynamic performance, desirable styling and cutting-edge technologies will introduce a new generation of drivers to Jaguar’s drive, passion and comfort.”

2018 Jaguar XF Sportbrake Powertrains:

  • 132kW 2.0 litre diesel/automatic/RWD
  • 221kW 3.0 litre V6 diesel/automatic/RWD
  • 184kW 2.0 litre petrol/automatic/RWD

2018 Jaguar XF Sportbrake Australian Pricing:

  • XF R-Sport 20d 132kW – from $90,400
  • XF R-Sport 25t 184kW – from $91,400
  • XF S 30d 221kW – from $123,450
  • XF S First Edition (30d 221kW) – from $137,300

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Chris is a writer, co-host of the Behind the Wheel podcast and a self declared car tragic . He is a radio broadcaster by trade and reports traffic for 774 ABC Melbourne, FOX FM and Smooth FM. He also presents a national traffic report on ABC News Radio.

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