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Old 11-06-2011, 02:41 PM
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Default What exactly is in the Portfolio package?

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I've been on Jaguar's website and otherwise searched the Intertubes trying to get a clear answer on what exactly the Portfolio package. I've viewed the Jaguar XF, used the vehicle comparison tool (useless), and checked out the brochure in PDF form. I've yet to see any explanation on what the XF Portfolio has that the base XF does not.
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Wheels and some chrome trim pieces on the front fenders. I think the seats may be more "sporty".
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19" wheels, perforated seats, upgraded interior trim, and premium package 1 is standard. You also have options for a different headliner and the sport package.
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You can also have an alcantara headliner with that package
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found this PDF describing the 2012 MY Changes to be most helpful. You can see specifically what is included with the Portfolio. Hope it helps and good luck. See pages 11 & 12. 2012MY XF US Product Brief 4_20_11.pdf
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Default It's in the brochure.

The differences between the base and portfolio are indicated on page 31 for the 2012 XF brochure. The PDF version should be available online too.
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