Jaguar continues to reinvent itself with the new, aluminum-bodied F-Pace crossover.
Founded in 1935 in Britain, Jaguar, with its sister company Land Rover, is currently owned by Indian manufacturer Tata Motors. Although the company currently produces luxury sedans as well as a luxury SUV, the company is known for their two-sear sports cars, a tradition that continues with the current F-Type.
Jaguar's XF may look much the same, but it's an altogether fitter and smarter executive express. It may also be better than its German rivals.
The 2016 Jaguar F-type S Coupe is an extraordinarily gorgeous car that backs up its looks with excellent everyday drivability and sports handling. While its infotainment system shows some ambition and handles the basics, its more connected features don't quite hit the mark.
Jaguar's XE, unveiled at the Paris Motor Show, is the brand's new entry-level model, a rear-wheel-drive sedan competing with the BMW 3-series and Audi A4/S4.
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The smooth and quiet 2015 Jaguar XJL makes driver and passenger comfort its top priority. This luxury sedan and its tech may be aging, but they're doing so gracefully.
The 2015 Jaguar XF 3.0 Sport is a no-frills take on the modern sport sedan. Drivers looking for the latest tech should look to competing models or wait for next year's redesign.
There's nothing pretty about its InControl app tech, but the 2015 Jaguar F-Type Coupe is still an exceptional performer that goes toe-to-toe with some stiff competition and comes away looking like a supermodel.
Jaguar did more than merely put a hard top on its Jaguar F-type, it created a thing of real beauty, with performance that should outstrip all other Jaguar models.
Despite being a big, performance-oriented sedan, the 2014 Jaguar XJR acts as gentle as a kitten when driven around town, but cabin electronics don't push any tech boundaries.
We fell in love with the gorgeous curves and excellent performance of the 2014 Jaguar F-Type, but middling tech and a very big price tag have us looking twice at its German competitors.