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JAGUAR XF owners will find it easy to keep their ownership costs under control, according to data released by the British manufacturer.

The reason? Well, the all-new car offers better residual values and a lower insurance group rating than any other comparable premium executive saloon.

A range of competitive service plans will also be available.    

CAP predicts the all-new XF will hold on to 52 per cent of its value over three years and 30,000 miles. That’s seven per cent up on the Mercedes E-Class (45 per cent) and Audi A4 (45 per cent), and eight per cent better than the BMW 5 Series (44 per cent).

What’s more, the new XF will offer more affordable insurance than any of its rivals. Insurance ratings will start from Group 25E ¬– that’s five groups better than the equivalent BMW 5 Series, seven better than the Audi A6 and eight better than the Mercedes E-Class.  

The XF’s compelling cost-of-ownership proposition will be further strengthened by a range of competitive service plans. 

Customers opting for the 2.0-litre diesel Ingenium engine (in either 163PS or 180PS power output) will be able to choose between a Standard Mileage (£525) or High Mileage (£675) package.

The all-new XF is lighter and more efficient than the model it replaces, and comes packed with technology. As well as offering impressive levels of refinement, dynamics and design, it features Jaguar’s new aluminium-intensive lightweight architecture which, along with the carmaker’s efficient new Ingenium diesel engines, helps the XF to achieve fuel economy as high as 70.6mpg and CO2 emissions as low as 104g/km.

According to KWIKcarcost the XF also has the lowest total cost of ownership of any comparable premium executive saloon.

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