Jaguar has announced that the 2017 XF that is heading to the US will be the first-ever diesel powertrain for US XF customers. The new diesel-powered XF will give drivers 42mpg on the highway. The Ingenium diesel engine delivers 180hp and 318 lb-ft of torque. Jag has also announced that the AWD platform for the vehicle is now available globally.
Jag also fits the XF with Adaptive Surface Response for the Jaguar Drive Control to make the vehicle better composed in adverse conditions. Prestige and R-sport models also get configurable driving dynamics that offer individual settings for suspension, steering, throttle, and transmission for tailored driving experiences.
The Jaguar XF with the 2.0L turbodiesel i4 engine will start at $47,450. The 3.0L supercharged V6 with 340hp starts at $50,490 and the 3.0L supercharged V6 with 380hp starts at $62,700. AWD versions of the new diesel XF start at $50,450. The diesel engine is paired with an 8-speed auto transmission and while it gives up performance, it certainly gains in fuel economy.