3.5

definitely annoying
Crashes / Fires:
0 / 0
Injuries / Deaths:
0 / 0
Average Mileage:
36,660 miles

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problem #3

Jun 192018

XF

  • miles
My 2009 Jaguar has been in the shop for almost 1 year, I was told that it was the wire harness, however the wire harness was replaced under my extended warranty and the problem still exist. I purchased the 2009 Jaguar at car max in 2012, after about 3 months it was in for oil change and antifreeze was smelt, they put me in a rental and my car was returned after about 1 week. This was a third vehicle for my household so it was basically garage kept, after about 1 year( with following normal oil changes, my ABS/ebs and other lights started coming on, it was taken to car max where the put me in a loaner car and kept my car for about 2-3 months, stating wire harness...fast forward, the same lights came on again and again it went to the same mechanical shop on June 19,2018 and its still in the shop now! please hlep

- Sauk Village, IL, USA

problem #2

Feb 032018

XF

  • 109,980 miles
Transmission control shift module - there was a recall notice K063 dated 9/19/11 from Jaguar about trasmission control switch (tcs) replacement for the 2009 Xfs. Apparently, the earlier K048 recall for the circuit board fix didn't quite cure all the problems. My transmission control shift module got stuck wouldn't go into drive or reverse; it was stationary. I had it towed to the Jaguar dealer, they stated that the recall was for certain Jaguar particular to VIN#'s. I advised them that my car is doing the same thing as recall manufacturer# K063. They stated it was not pertaining to my car, so they are charging me $1,200 to fix instead of apply the recall. I believe there has to be a mistake and my car should of been included on the recall list. I need someone to look more thoroughly into this issue as I am getting resistance from the manufacturer, and dealership.

- Glendale, AZ, USA

problem #1

Jan 212015

XF 8-cyl

  • miles
My entire car shutdown and I could not gain access to the interior without use of my emergency key. I had the battery and alternator tested and they were both fine. This happened twice. Once the car became operational again my keys no longer worked and the module had to be replaced along with the keys for me to gain entry to crank the car. That came at a healthy price tag from the Jaguar dealership of $1400+. the entire car just shuts down completely without warning.

- Hoschton, GA, USA