Fleets in mind as Jaguar reveal CO2 emissions cut in 2014 XF
By Kyle Linsay
Tuesday, June 11, 2013 - 15:49
CO2: Emissions down by 6g/km
Jaguar are keeping tax-conscious fleet managers in mind by cutting CO2 in the 2014 model year XF.
With a revised version of the four-cylinder, 2.2-litre diesel engine available, buyers can choose a 129g/km, 57.7mpg version of the Saloon and Sportbrake estate.
The new XF will therefore emit 6g/km less CO2 than the 2013 version; timely, given write down allowance changes mean cars with emissions of 130g/km or less are treated favourably.
Jeremy Hicks, Managing Director of Jaguar Land Rover UK, said: “The 2014 XF with this revised engine calibration opens up the unique Jaguar ownership experience to a whole new segment.
“Cost-conscious drivers, business users and fleet managers will be able to enjoy the refinement, luxury and seductive design of a Jaguar while benefiting from its low emissions and high fuel efficiency.”
The engine combines with the Intelligent Stop-Start system and an eight-speed gearbox to enable low emissions and fuel consumption.
All versions of the XF will also be fitted with extended navigation system features, with revised exterior paint colours include Osmium and Dark Sapphire.