Jaguar XFR-S vs. XFR price disparity

When you take a very popular car and then give it a special performance package you know that the upgrade option will not come cheap, and so we are not surprised to see the Jaguar XFR-S cost $16,800 more than the XFR price.

Some of you will stand back and look at the videos to show off the Jaguar XFR-S in all its glory and believe that paying almost $17,000 is worth it, while other drivers would rather add a performance kit and various other upgrades themselves.

Jaguar XFR-S vs. XFR price disparity — If you are having problems coming to a decision as to whether you believe the former is worth the extra money compared to the latter, then you should take a look at the video we have embedded for you below.

Jaguar XFR-S vs. XFR price differecne

We get to see a review of both the Jaguar XFR-S and XFR to see how they perform on the track and come to a conclusion as to how different they are. Some of you will say the video is pointless because not many of you will get to drive the Jag like that on a track, but it does give you a good idea of how well each model performs when pushed to their limits.

However, we can tell you that the performance enhancements of the Jaguar XFR-S over the XFR is 40 horsepower, taking it up to 550 horsepower, along with an extra 41 pound-feet of torque.

Other enhancements include stiffer suspension and an overall more aggressive look, which does work in its favor.

Even though $16,800 is a lot of extra money to pay out, you are getting a visibly different car and improved specs, which does make the Jaguar XFR-S more exclusive. There is also its resale value because that exclusivity will give you a better return later down the line.

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Written by Peter Chubb

Peter has been writing on Product-Reviews since 2007 and in that time much has changed for him, like his hair having more grey than brown now. He loves gadgets and cars, and gets excited when big events come up, such as CES and the big auto shows.

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