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Big Cat Refines Its Roar

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After a decade or so lost in the wilderness, Jaguar’s reinvention continues to gather pace. The big British cat is introducing an all new 2.2 litre turbo diesel XF sports sedan in 2012, together with revised prices across its entire model range.

Jaguar New Zealand group general manager James Yates says negotiations with the factory in England have secured some very competitive pricing for next year’s models.

“Considering the high level of specification on all models, these cars stack up extremely well against their prestige and luxury class rivals.”

The XJ has just landed in the country and depending on the engine type; the XF and XK models will arrive here between November this year and January 2012. The XF range will start with the new price leading 2.2 litre turbo diesel at $90,000. This motor provides 450 Nm of torque for effortless cruising and over taking, while being the most economical and environmentally friendly Jaguar yet.

There will also be two 3.0 litre diesel models and three petrol engine cars, a 3.0 litre V6, the 5.0 litre V8 and the range topping Supercharged XFR V8.

Standard and long wheel base versions of the XJ luxury saloon will be available from $155,000 and include a 3.0 litre diesel model, a naturally aspirated 5.0 litre V8 starting from $180,000 and two supercharged V8’s from $240,000.

The XK range will start with the $175,000 Portfolio Coupe. There are also a couple of convertible models in the XK range which is headed by the 405 kW supercharged $260,000 XKR-S coupe.

Full specification and product details will be announced closer to the car launch.

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