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2010 Jaguar XK Photo
9.0
/ 10
On Safety
BASE INVOICE
$74,757
BASE MSRP
$82,150
On Safety
No crash-test scores have surfaced, but the 2010 Jaguar XK has reassuring safety features and a strongly built body.
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IIHS

No side curtain airbags
Edmunds

Neither NHTSA (National Highway Traffic Safety Administration) nor the IIHS (Insurance Institute for Highway Safety) has crash-tested a 2010 XK. We can see why. Still, we're assigning a generous safety score based on its long list of safety features and the inherent strength of its bonded-aluminum body.

Dual front and side airbags are standard, along with anti-lock brakes, as well as traction and stability control. Also standard are front and rear parking sensors. Options include active cruise control and adaptive headlights. We'll update our ratings when more data is available.

Kelley Blue Book: "Jaguar's dynamic head restraint system that helps prevent whiplash in case of a rear impact"
Edmunds: "all XK convertibles have two aluminum hoops that auto-deploy in the case of a rollover"
Cars.com: Forward Alert "sounds a warning if the car is approaching an obstacle at too high a speed"
ConsumerGuide: front side airbags "provide head and torso protection"

Conclusion

No crash-test scores have surfaced, but the 2010 Jaguar XK has reassuring safety features and a strongly built body.

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