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2009 Jaguar XJ8 photographed at the 2009 Washington DC Auto Show.

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The 2009 XJ8 is propelled by a 300-horsepower, 4.2-liter V-8 engine working through a smooth-shifting ZF six-speed automatic. Performance for this version is just quick enough for a luxury car, but with fuel economy of 16/25 mpg—good figures in this class. The XKR's 4.2-liter V-8 makes 400 horsepower, and like the standard car, it's coupled to a smooth-shifting six-speed automatic. Fuel economy on the supercharged cars dips to 15/22 mpg.

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    Nineteen-inch wheels are standard (and 20-inch wheels available optionally), as are Adaptive Cruise Control and R-specific interior and exterior trim. Atop the range is the Super V8, which marries the Vanden Plas trim with the supercharged V-8. It adds a standard rear DVD entertainment system for a price of about $94,000. Upgrades to the 2009 XJ8 and XJ8 L models include the standardization of the DD-based navigation system, a 320-watt Alpine Premium Surround Sound system, and Front Park Control. The long-wheelbase L edition gets more legroom for the backseat without a big penalty in weight and none in fuel economy. The Vanden Plas takes the long-wheelbase edition and adds as standard folding rear picnic trays, lambswool rugs, a single in-dash CD player, and a six-disc trunk-mounted CD changer.

    The 2009 XJ8 is propelled by a 300-horsepower, 4.2-liter V-8 engine working through a smooth-shifting ZF six-speed automatic. Performance for this version is just quick enough for a luxury car, but with fuel economy of 16/25 mpg—good figures in this class. The XKR's 4.2-liter V-8 makes 400 horsepower, and like the standard car, it's coupled to a smooth-shifting six-speed automatic. Fuel economy on the supercharged cars dips to 15/22 mpg.