2010 Jaguar XF and XK Pricing Announced for the US
Of course, you could buy a Jaguar and pay only the above mentioned prices for it, but it would mean you only got the lowest trim of all. The one everyone gets. That is why, with some help from Jaguar and some extra cash, you can tweak your ride with some of the packages prepared for you.
The XF Premium version comes with the new Jaguar 5.0l naturally aspirated engine and can be offered with the Portfolio Pack for an extra $4,000. The Portfolio Pack is a luxury pack that will fit your car with actively ventilated heated and cooled front seats, contrast stitching on leather trim and a wider choice of veneers and trim colors.
The XFR version features the 5.0l V8 powerplant, which puts out 510 horsepower. The supercharged engine produces 23 percent more power than the previous 4.2-litre supercharged and gives out 12 percent more torque. This makes the XFR to jump from naught to 60 mph in just 4.7 seconds.
The XK range comes fitted with the same engines you will find on the XF. The fastest version of the XK is the XKR, which thanks to the same engine found on the XFR scores 4.6 seconds in 0 to 60 acceleration. But of course you will have to pay an extra $3,000.