The ‘Big Cat’ is closing in on 25,000 sales of the XF luxury saloon since its launch in 2008 and will now give a model away to a lucky winner who answers a question about the manufacturer via text.
Although each text will cost £3, all proceeds will go to the children’s charity NSPCC to use on its Childline helpline.
The Jaguar XF, a mix between sporting saloon and luxury executive model, has outsold the car it replaced, the S-Type, in the UK. Sales in 2010 are 75 per cent higher than the same period in 2009 and the model has enjoyed eleven months of consecutive growth.
The Jaguar XF has won a number of awards since its release, including car of the year titles from What Car? and Auto Express, as well as several design awards for its stylish exterior.
In the UK, the XF is priced from £29,900 for the 3.0-litre petrol. The 3.0-litre diesel model is available from £34,900 while the 3.0-litre Diesel S starts at £38,600.
Jaguar has introduced a high-performance version of the XF, the XKR, which is placed at the top of the range and is priced at £62,055.
The competition to win the Jaguar model, which is widely recognised as one of the best executive cars on the market, will run until January 2011 and a winner will be announced a month later.
To enter the competition, answer the following question:
The question is: “Which anniversary is Jaguar celebrating this year: 25th, 50th or 75th?” Text DONATE followed by 25, 50 or 75 to 83138.