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2012 Jaguar XF: Fuel Economy Update for March

April 2, 2013

2012 Jaguar XF

Our long-term 2012 Jaguar XF Supercharged didn't rack up that many miles in March. A steady diet of commuting in Southern California held it to 1,353 miles. Our 470-horsepower luxury sedan broke 20,000 miles this month, though, and it might surprise you to learn that its lifetime average exactly matches its EPA combined fuel economy rating.

That's right. The EPA rates our V8 sedan at 15 mpg in the city, 21 on the highway and 17 combined. And through 20,670 miles, the Jag is averaging 17.3 mpg. And that's rather impressive when you consider how much performance this car offers.

The Jag's average fuel economy for the month of March fell short of its lifetime average, however, no doubt due to stop-and-go traffic in greater L.A. The XF Supercharged averaged 15.6 mpg over those 1,353 miles.

Worst Fill MPG: 9.0 mpg
Best Fill MPG: 28.5 mpg
Average Lifetime MPG: 17.3 mpg
EPA MPG Rating (City/Highway Combined): 15/21/17
Best Range: 375.9 miles
Current Odometer: 20,670 miles

Erin Riches, Deputy Editor @ 20,670 miles

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Edmunds Insurance Estimator

The Edmunds TCO® estimated monthly insurance payment for a 2012 Jaguar XF in VA is:

$168 per month*
* Explanation