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2011 Jaguar XF Safety

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The 2011 Jaguar XF has a strong roster of both traditional occupant protection measures and more advanced accident-avoidance features. Six airbags are standard, along with stability control, active front headrests, and electronic assistants like a rearview camera. Supercharged and XFR models get a blind-spot monitor, and adaptive cruise control with a collision warning system is available.

Unlike other sedans in its class, the XF doesn't offer an all-wheel-drive option, which is in some selected conditions considered a safety asset.

You won't find crash-test results for the 2011 Jaguar XF. Neither the Insurance Institute for Highway Safety (IIHS) nor the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) have performed crash tests on the Jaguar XF. In the absence of any U.S. tests, you might potentially look to Europe, where this particular model is unchanged structurally, and see that it's earned four stars in the EuroNCAP testing program, including a great 78-percent score in adult occupant protection.

The 2011 Jaguar XF doesn't disappoint with respect to safety, although U.S.-market crash tests haven't been conducted.

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