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2010 Jaguar XF Diesel S Police Car

Bad guys, watch out! The new Jaguar XF Diesel S is under patrol! Seven Jaguars were chosen by the Central Motorway Police Group to patrol in Staffordshire, Mercia and the West Midlands. The Jaguar was chosen due to its fuel economy (42mpg), CO2 rating (179 g/km), and residual value retention (80% after 1 year/14K and 45% after 3 years/60K).

The police car features: roof mounted light bar with 3600 blue flashing lights and integrated side alley lights, blue and white flashing LED lights inside the front grille, side mounted blue flashing LED lights, blue and red flashing LED lights integrated in the rear light clusters and a Home Office-specification electronics ’Police pack’. Yeah, that’s a lot of lights.

The Jaguar XF Diesel S is powered by a 3.0-liter AJ-V6D Gen III diesel engine that delivers 275 hp. The Diesel S accelerates from 0-60mph in just 5.9 seconds, while top speed is limited to 155 mph.

The residents of the Midlands should look out for this impressive new police cruiser, not that anyone could miss it!

Press release after the jump.

Press release

The first ever Police-spec XF is about to go on patrol across the Midlands. The Central Motorway Police Group, which patrols motorways across Staffordshire, Mercia and the West Midlands has bought seven high performance Police vehicles based on the award-winning Jaguar XF Diesel S model.

The Police-specification Jaguars feature the 275PS 3.0-litre Diesel S engine.

Jaguar XF Diesel S Police Car


A roof mounted light bar with 3600 blue flashing lights and integrated side alley lights, blue and white flashing LED lights inside the front grille, side mounted blue flashing LED lights, blue and red flashing LED lights integrated in the rear light clusters and a Home Office-specification electronics ’Police pack’ that powers a full suite of electronic equipment help make these cars the ultimate Police vehicles.

Geoff Cousins, Managing Director for Jaguar Cars UK, said: "Police drivers demand the very best from their vehicles – power, performance, safety and comfort are all very important, while their fleet managers are looking at good environmental credentials and strong residual values to ensure value for money.

 “Police forces across the country have been evaluating the XF and we are delighted that the team at the Central Motorway Police Group has chosen Jaguar to join its fleet.”

Jaguar XF Diesel S Police Car

The Jaguar XF beats other contenders with a fuel economy figure of 42mpg and an excellent CO2 rating of 179 g/km. The XF’s residual value is a key factor in making it a financially sound choice for police forces. Research carried out by EurotaxGlass’s suggest the new 3.0-litre XF will retain an impressive 80 per cent of its purchase price after 12 months or 14,000 miles which makes it the best in class, and an astonishing 45 per cent of its value after three years and 60,000 miles of motoring.

The seven XFs will be put to work immediately throughout the Midlands.



14 comments:

This is indeed one of the beasts that would just make it big in the world of cars. Jaguar has been one of the prominent ones when it comes to providing some of the fastest and comfortable cars. This one just seems to be have some extended features to it.

I thought that Jaguar is finally done in Le mans and letting their dominance gone in to pieces. good thing that their back ready to kick some asses again.

The rendering is right in line with current Jaguars. I wouldn’t be surprised if this is pretty close.

I still declare "butterface" on both these cars, but from what you say, it’s more than worth it to drive ’em. I just have to find a really big brown paper bag now.

for a very worthy charity too....it would make me part with my hard earned cash if i were in the market for a car like that.. i applaud you Stratstone.

Jaguar’s racing heart is reflected in a long history of powerful, dynamic and stylish vehicles.

Woah! That’s almost one of the newest models from Jaguar.

And I wonder why governments in Europe are so far in debt and being able to afford to buy police cars that are so nice.

Then i have seen X5s Range Rovers, Even David Cameron was complaining on the "Leaders Debate" that he was made aware of a Police Station which was in the process of Purchasing a £73,000 Lexus Vehicle.

I bet their police department has a lot of money to spare to buy a super car like the XF to become a cruiser.

They should put some limiter to the police car like this. What is he’s chasing a Lambo or Ferrari? Then I bet he might get smoked easily.

Dang! I bet those fagot car jackers will surely pee their pants when they come across with the new police cruiser.

Cool police car! I think bad guys wouldn’t go that far with this jaguar XF.

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