2012 Jaguar XF: Durable Interior
March 19, 2013
Light-colored leather tends to age faster than a party girl with a tanning addiction. However, though our Jag's been with us for roughly 10 months now (its year ends this June), the pale-brown hide that sheaths its handsomely sculpted seats are none the worse for wear. In fact, it's no exaggeration to say that they look pretty much as good as new.
The same can be said for the rest of the car's interior, which has held up admirably under the challenges of accommodating our editorial team. The best kind of luxury is luxury that lasts.
Warren Clarke, Automotive Content Editor