Jaguar XF

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The XF’s athletic moves, sweptback styling, and tech-laden interior are persuasive, especially if you seek a bit of English charm. The 3.0-liter supercharged V-6 makes 340 hp, but the XF S has 380 hp; a 180-hp 2.0-liter turbodiesel comes later. Both rear- and all-wheel-drive versions are offered, each with an eight-speed automatic. The cabin is delightfully modern and houses a variety of gadgets suitable for James Bond himself, including forward-collision alert and a driver-drowsiness alert.

You’ll need to look closely at the latest Jaguar XF sports sedan to see that it’s an all-new model, its styling being so subtly evolved from its predecessor that first went on sale in 2007. Spotters’ guide: Look for the hood cutline behind the nose (the former model’s hood extended to the grille) and the ornamental vent on the front quarter-panels, now horizontal rather than vertical.

For now, XFs come in two strengths with essentially the same engine, a 3.0-liter supercharged V-6 that debuted with the 2013 XJ. The six-cylinder has a 90-degree angle between banks because its block is derived from the company’s V-8. Two counter-rotating balance weights mitigate vibration. The R-Sport we tested is the upper trim level equipped with the lower-output version making 340 horsepower. (One must spend another $2050 for the XF S model to get the 380-hp engine.) Both V-6s produce identical peak torque of 332 lb-ft at 4500 rpm.

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