Jaguar XFR buying guide - Jaguar XFR specification and costs

How much to pay for a Jaguar XFR and how much it'll cost to run

What to pay

The cheapest XFRs – early 2009 models and particularly high-milers – have just started to dip below £20,000. High mileage isn’t necessarily an issue as these cars have often racked up largely motorway miles and been company-maintained – check the car’s history. £22-25k gives you a wide choice of low-to-average-mileage ’09-’10 cars in a decent range of colour combinations, while £30k will buy you a low-mileage 2011 car with just one or two previous owners. Popular options on all models include iPod connectivity, the reversing camera and particularly the excellent 440W Bowers & Wilkins hi-fi.


EngineEngine V8, 5000cc, supercharger
Power503bhp @ 6000-6500rpm
Torque461lb ft @ 2500-5500rpm
TransmissionSix-speed automatic, rear-wheel drive
Tyres255/35 R20 (front), 285/30 R20 (rear)
Weight (kerb)1816kg
0-60mph4.8sec (claimed)
Top speed155mph (limited)
Price when new£59,900 (2009)

Parts prices

(Prices from Tyre prices from All prices include VAT but exclude fitting charges)

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Tyres (each) £167.99 front, £200.49 rear (Dunlop Sport Maxx)Front pads (set) £82.56 (aftermarket), £175.20 (Jaguar)Rear pads (set) £55.08 (aftermarket), £111.99 (Jaguar)Brake pad sensors (axle set) £35.28Exhaust (cat back) £2160Free-flow cat £1068


(Prices from, including VAT)

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