Jaguar XF: The Cat is Back
The Good: Gorgeous interior, quickness, available supercharged engine
The Bad: No optional four-wheel drive, relatively high price
The Bottom Line: Beauty and brawn that rivals a Mercedes (at a similar price)
Jaguar has been something of an orphan brand since Ford (F) sold it and Land Rover to India's Tata Motors (TTM) earlier this year. Even by the miserable standards of the battered auto industry, sales are weak. Automotive News magazine estimates the combined U.S. sales of all Jaguar and Land Rover models in November at a mere 3,220, about the same as Suzuki.
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