2013 Jaguar XF Fuel Economy

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By slotting in two new, more efficient engines and adapting all its powertrains to an eight-speed automatic, Jaguar's shifted the gas mileage for the 2013 XF higher by a significant margin.

It's still not among the most economical sedans you can buy, but compared to last year's best-in-lineup ratings of 23 mpg highway, there's massive improvement.

Gas mileage goes up across the board, with at least one Jaguar XF hitting 30 mpg on the EPA's highway cycle.

By the numbers, the new turbo-four XF is rated at 19 miles per gallon city, 30 mpg highway, or 23 mpg combined. With the supercharged V-6 and with standard stop/start, it's closer than you think: the rear-drive version's pegged at 17/28 mpg or 21 mpg combined, and with all-wheel drive, at 16/26 mpg or 19 mpg combined.

Though last year's normally aspirated base V-8 is gone, it's still worth comparing it to this year's supercharged V-8s. Last year the base engine was rated at 16/23 mpg, with supercharged versions at 15/21 mpg. For 2013, the new transmission nets both supercharged models the same EPA figures: they're 15/23 mpg, or 18 mpg combined.

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