Jaguar made major improvements in its fuel economy of the XF lineup last year, with the introduction of two new, more efficient engines, and an eight-speed automatic for the whole model line.
This year, the XF gets a model at the other end of the scale--the all-new high-performance XFR-S, which is even more powerful than the XFR. Luckily, the XFR-S is able to match the same mileage figures as the XFR: 15 mpg city, 23 highway.
With the supercharged V-6, the XF achieves 16 mpg city, 26 highway (all-wheel drive), or 17/28 mpg (rear-wheel drive).
The new turbo-four XF, meanwhile, equals the numbers of some mid-size sedans. It's rated at 19 miles per gallon city, 30 mpg highway, or 23 mpg combined.