Jaguar XF Sportbrake discontinued in US for 2021 – Roadshow

The XF Sportbrake was one good-lookin’ wagon.


Jaguar introduced quite a few upgrades for its XF sedan on Monday, however did not make a single point out of the XF Sportbrake wagon. And after we adopted as much as ask concerning the standing of Jaguar’s stately property, we’re sorry to say, the information wasn’t good.

“We’ll not offer the XF Sportbrake within the US,” a Jaguar spokesperson instructed Roadshow by way of e-mail. The likable Jagwagon initially launched in 2017, and truthfully, as a result of its super-slow gross sales, we’re stunned it took this lengthy for Jaguar to offer the Sportbrake the axe.

Curiously, this information comes at a time when different luxurious automakers are bringing extra wagons to the US. Audi lately launched the A6 Allroad and RS6 Avant, and the Mercedes-Benz E-Class All-Terrain will hit dealerships within the coming months, along with an up to date AMG E63 S Wagon. Positive, these wagons are a bit extra specialised than the XF Sportbrake — the Allroad and All-Terrain have some rugged appeal, whereas the RS6 Avant and AMG E63 are all about efficiency. Good because it was, the Sportbrake wasn’t rather more than a extra purposeful XF.

Within the meantime, people searching for a utility-minded Jaguar must make do with the E-Pace and F-Pace crossovers, the latter of which recently received some improvements. The up to date XF sedan, in the meantime, goes on sale in January.

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Steven Ewing