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    Jaguar XF diesel sportbrake 2.0d [180] R-Sport 5dr Auto

    £361.00 + VAT per month on Contract Hire*
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    EXECUTIVE-CLASS XF SHOWS ITS ACTIVE SIDE WITH THE VERSATILE NEW SPORTBRAKE.

    Term 36 months
    Initial Rental £2,164.00 + VAT
    Followed by monthly payments 35 x £361.00 + VAT
    Miles Per Annum 10,000

    Jaguar’s first generation XF won so many awards it probably has its own trophy room. But time moves on and so does Jaguar. The new XF is lighter, thanks to Jaguar’s Lightweight Aluminium Architecture, making it more agile, fuel efficient and quicker off the mark. Now the line-up is joined by the new XF Sportbrake; all the prestige of the saloon but even more versatile. With the seats up, you’ll enjoy 565 litres of space, but with the seats down there’s a two metre-long load bay holding up to 1700 litres. Another nice touch is the 40:20:40 three-way split rear seats. So whether you’re a sports-mad kite surfer or simply need a family-friendly prestige car, it’s a great companion for an active lifestyle.

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    Terms and Conditions: *Business users only: All rentals exclude VAT at 20%. Further charges including excess mileage and fair wear and tear may be payable when vehicle is returned. Indemnities may be required. Available to over 18s, subject to status from participating centres for vehicles ordered and delivered by 31st December 2018 (subject to availability). Offer may be varied or withdrawn at any time. Images may not represent exact model described, specification correct at time of publication. Prices quoted and examples shown are correct at time (October 2018) and do not take into account any variation to government taxes or charges arising after the date of publication. Terms and conditions apply. Jardine Motors Group includes Lancaster Motor Company Ltd, Lancaster Cars Ltd, Lancaster Luxury Vehicles Ltd, Lancaster Plc, Lancaster Specialist Cars Ltd and Lancaster Sports Cars Ltd. All of whom are regulated by the Financial Conduct Authority.