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5 Series, Jaguar XF, Volvo S90 or E200?

  • 14-04-2021 3:10pm
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    Registered Users Posts: 2,046 ✭✭✭ silver2020


    Looking at changing. Currently have 5 series touring 2013 (huge mileage). No longer need the estate. No longer doing huge mileage. 25-30k budget, so circa 2018.

    Like the understated refinement of the S90. The ride of the BMW and the dependency of the E200. The XF is a dark horse and it was suggested to me.

    Circa 30k-40km km a year, mainly motorway.

    Resale value not important as I'll rack up 200k km by the time I'm switching again.


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  • Registered Users Posts: 2,475 ✭✭✭ Casati


    silver2020 wrote: »
    Looking at changing. Currently have 5 series touring 2013 (huge mileage). No longer need the estate. No longer doing huge mileage. 25-30k budget, so circa 2018.

    Like the understated refinement of the S80. The ride of the BMW and the dependency of the E200. The XF is a dark horse and it was suggested to me.

    Circa 30k-40km km a year, mainly motorway.

    Resale value not important as I'll rack up 200k km by the time I'm switching again.

    I presume you mean the S90? Ive an V90 and couldn't recommend it enough especially for motorway driving - the only car in that class to come with adaptive cruise as standard and pilot assist which is really useful imo. Infotainment on XF is a bit old hat but a great handling car as is the 520d


  • Registered Users Posts: 53 ✭✭ speedbird834


    I have an XF and it's a great motorway cruiser - I can easily get >50mpg on a motorway run.
    If I was doing a lot of motorway mileage, adaptive cruise control would be the deciding factor for me though


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