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Solid - Fuji white
This is the only no-cost colour on offer for the XF, yet the crisp and clean Fuji White looks great on this sporty saloon. It can be had on any trim and works well with both the black and silver exterior detailing, making it the perfect choice for those who don’t want to spend extra on their paint colour
Metallic - Bluefire Blue
Bluefire Blue is a sporty shade of blue that is best suited to the higher trims with their larger alloy wheels and dark exterior trim detail. Blue is always a popular colour, which aids residual values and it won’t need to be cleaned as frequently as lighter shades either.
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Metallic - British racing green
Green isn’t traditionally a very popular colour, but British Racing Green has a deep metallic finish that elevates it above the norm. It looks especially classy with the silver exterior trim found on some of the lower trim levels. Dust and dirt are less noticeable on this dark colour, so you won’t need to pull into a carwash after every downpour.
Metallic - Eiger grey
This is a darker shade of grey with a metallic sparkle that gives it a nice shine. It’s still a bit of a bland option on a sporty car like the XF, and seeing as it’s a paid-for colour, we’d look at a few more interesting options before committing to it.
Metallic - Firenze red
Firenze Red really brings out the sporty and dynamic lines of the XF, looking particularly good on the Black and Dynamic variants with their black window trim. You’ll need to keep it clean to bring out the metallic shine, and red tends to be less popular on the used car market than more subdued hues like grey, black and white.
Metallic - Hakuba silver
This bright shade of silver has a noticeable metallic sheen to it under direct sunlight, yet it just doesn’t work as well on the XF as some of the more interesting and adventurous colour options here. It should be reasonably popular come resale time, though.
Metallic - Ostuni pearl white
Ostuni Pearl White is the colour you go for if you love the idea of a white XF but want something a bit posher than the no-cost Solid Fuji White. The metallic flakes in the paintwork look great, but as with any light colour, it will need regular cleaning.
Metallic - Portofino blue
Portofino Blue is a deep and posh looking colour that works well on any trim. It needs a good wash and polish to really shine, but it’s still less labour intensive to keep clean than lighter hues. A light-coloured leather interior is a great choice when opting for this colour.
Metallic - Santorini black
This deep and dark colour gives the Jag XF an ominously sporty look. For the full effect you will need to specify it in the Black trim which also comes with gloss black alloys and blacked out exterior trim. It doesn’t show up dirt easily and should be popular on the used car market as well.
Metallic - Yulong white
Premium metallic - Carpathian grey
This is one of the two pricier premium metallic colours. The dark grey finish gives the XF a luxurious feel, and it should be a hit with used car buyers. It also looks great regardless of the trim level you specify.
Premium metallic - Silicon silver
Silicon Silver is more of a champagne colour than a traditional silver hue. It looks elegant and sophisticated on the XF, although it costs a tad more than the regular metallic options. The car’s lines are shown off to good effect in this hue, especially when paired with the silver exterior trim detailing.