2012 Jaguar XFR

2022-05-28 17:53:19 By : Ms. Riva Wu

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In spite of pedestrian impact laws, the front fascia of the XFR doesn't look like a quarry wall.

The XFR doesn't look unwieldy or imposing, even sitting low on 20-inch wheels.

There is little to blunt the sensations either coming or going, or to mask what's actually being done. All positive traits in a proper sport sedan.

The rear seat is cozy, but still roomy enough for three internationally sized adults, or two American adults.

The brand is second only to Aston Martin in its ability to create seductively enveloping cabins.

It's a great looking car, but it's also £65,380 ($100,654 U.S.) and thirsty in a land of $8-a-gallon gas.

There is a vault of torque in the engine bay, always ready to make it rain foot-pounds whenever you want to get down.

The metaphor for the XFR isn't any cat – it's the erstwhile, bull-baiting English bulldog.

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