October 23, 2012

Jaguar XF named Car of the Decade

The Jaguar XF has been awarded Car of the Decade by the Southern Group of Motoring Writers (SGMW), adding to its collection of more than 100 awards. The SGMW is made up of 30 motoring journalists, editors and authors, and the XF was awarded Car of the Decade at an
event to mark the group's 10th Anniversary.

"The Jaguar XF has a style, grace and driving calibre that impressed our members enough to make it our outstanding choice as Car of the Decade as we celebrate the group's 10th anniversary," said Sue Baker, the Chairman for the SGMW.

"With its proud heritage, voluptuously sculpted design, engineering precision and wow-factor cabin, the XF is a worthy winner of this notable award."

Jeremy Hicks, Managing Director, Jaguar Land Rover UK, said, "The XF has seen real success since its launch in 2008, and to receive this award from the Southern Group of Motoring Writers, in which the most significant cars of the past ten years have been considered, is another fantastic accolade. Over 52,000 XF models have been sold in the UK and the awards tally has risen to over 100 globally. The introduction of the 2.2-litre diesel engine to the XF range has opened doors in the corporate market - an area we take very seriously and in which we see great growth potential."


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