Prices for the 2010 Jaguar XF and XK ranges are now available for potential buyers residing in the US. The cheapest XF goes for $52,000 MSRP while the most reasonable XK is US$83,000 MSRP.
US pricing for the Jaguar XF and XK ranges has been announced by Jaguar North America. The 2010 XF sedan has a baseline price of $52,000 MSRP. An XF Premium will be offered with a minimum MSRP of $57,000. This car features Jaguar's new 5.0-litre naturally aspirated engine and can be offered with the Portfolio Pack for an extra US$4,000. The Portfolio Pack is a luxury pack that gives buyers extras like actively ventilated heated and cooled front seats, contrast stitching on leather trim and a wider choice of veneers and trim colours.
Top of the line is the XFR boasting the 510hp supercharged 5.0-litre V8. The supercharged powerplant makes 23 percent more power than the previous 4.2-litre supercharged and gives out 12 percent more torque. It assists the XFR to accelerate from 0 - 60mph in just 4.7 seconds. The XFR plays in the same league as cars like the BMW M5, Mercedes-Benz E63 AMG and Cadillac CTS-V. The XFR will retail for $80,000 MSRP.
Coupe and convertible lovers are not left in the lurch. These sporting folks can expect to pay an MSRP of US$83,000 for the XK Coupe and US$89,000 for the Convertible. The XK range comes with the same engines as the XF and the quickest of the lot is the XKR. Its 0 - 60mph time is 4.6 seconds courtesy of the same 5.0-litre supercharged V8 with 510hp. For this performance look forward to paying US $96,000 (Coupe) MSRP and $102,000 (Convertible) MSRP.