Fuel Economy Update for January - 2012 Jaguar XF Long-Term Road Test

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2012 Jaguar XF Supercharged: Fuel Economy Update for January

February 4, 2013

2012 Jaguar XF

We put 1,548 miles on our 2012 Jaguar XF in the month of January. That supercharger can really takes its toll on fuel economy if you let it. But it sure makes the car fun to drive.

Our month with the XF was trouble free as it ran its usual commuting duties. The XF averaged 16.45 mpg during January and drank 94.454 gallons of 91 octane premium.

January's numbers are a little short of the 17.6 mpg we've averaged over the car's 17,791 miles and the Jaguar's 17 mpg combined EPA rating. But after all of those miles our XF is still slightly ahead of the EPA estimate as you will see below.

Donna DeRosa, Managing Editor @ 17,791 miles

Worst Fill MPG: 9.2 mpg
Best Fill MPG: 28.5
Average Lifetime MPG: 17.6
EPA MPG Rating (City/Highway Combined): 15 city/21 highway/17 combined
Best Range: 375.9 miles
Current Odometer: 17,191 miles


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