British car manufacturer Jaguar has unveiled its 2014 XF Saloon and Sportbrake models, both of which feature the company’s new 161bhp, four-cylinder, 2.2-litre diesel, ECO2 engine.
Jaguar claims that the new engine adds ‘real-world efficiency’ to the XF range ‘without compromising on the luxury, performance and refinement expected of a Jaguar saloon.
The company’s new 2.2-litre ECO2 engine, which is mated to an eight-speed automatic transmission, is offered in combination with Jaguar’s Intelligent Stop/Start system, which the company says enables the MY14 XF model to deliver greater performance, reduced emissions and improved fuel consumption.
Thanks to its new engine, Jaguar has said that the MY14 XF model reduces emissions figures by 6g/km of CO2 over the 2013 Jaguar XF, to take the figure down to 129g/km of CO2, in addition to achieving a more frugal 57.7mpg.
The 2014 Jaguar XF is, according to Jaguar, able to complete the 0-62mph sprint in around 10.5 seconds, while also able to hit a top speed of 130mph.
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