JAGUAR car reviews
Jaguar XE 2.0TD R-Sport Saloon 4dr Diesel Automatic (109 g/km, 178 bhp) Saloon (2015 - ) expert review
The Jaguar XE is worthy of serious consideration for anyone searching for their next compact saloon. It scores highly for both its sleek looks and efficient diesel engines, but its biggest attraction is that it’s absolutely sensational to drive. It comes better equipped than most of its rivals, featuring all the latest safety gadgets, and is one of the only executive cars which emits just 99g/km of CO2, meaning super-low tax bills. The only downsides are some issues with practicality and slightly disappointing interior quality.
Date added: Friday 24 April 2015.
Very few sports cars can rival the Porsche 911, but does the Jaguar F-Type Coupe? It looks fantastic, it’s sensational to drive and, compared with the 911, it’s pretty affordable to buy. Don’t buy the Porsche until you’ve at least tried one of these first - especially the mad, bad, range-topping V8 R version.
Date added: Saturday 07 June 2014.
Jaguar F-Type 3.0 S Convertible 2dr Petrol Quickshift (213 g/km, 375 bhp) Convertible (2013 - ) expert review
The Jaguar F-Type looks absolutely brilliant, and it’s just as good to drive as the coupe. It’s not cheap by any stretch of the imagination, but the more money you do spend, the better value for that money you get. There are a superb range of petrol engines to choose from, two and four-wheel drive versions, and even a basic entry-level manual model too.
Date added: Monday 29 April 2013.
Jaguar doesn't have much of a track record in estate cars - in fact, this is only the second one it has ever built - but the lack of experience doesn't show. Stylish, good to drive and pretty practical, the XF Sportbrake is one of the best executive estates.
Date added: Friday 02 November 2012.
This beautiful Jaguar XK convertible offers a classic mix of high performance, elegance and wind-in-the-hair cruising. It’s as comfortable being a boulevard cruiser as it is a sports car.
Date added: Friday 03 December 2010.
Jaguar XF 3.0TD Luxury Saloon 4dr Diesel Automatic (169 g/km, 237 bhp) Saloon (2007 - ) expert review
Jaguar leaps into the 21st century with the large XF saloon, thanks to its cutting edge technology and smooth, powerful engines. Prices are keen too, with all the essential kit fitted as standard.
Date added: Friday 22 October 2010.
Jaguar XJ Series 3.0TD XJ Luxury Saloon 4dr Diesel Automatic (184 g/km, 271 bhp) Saloon (2009 - ) expert review
The Jaguar XJ saloon offers everything we’ve come to expect from Jaguar, albeit in a fantastically stylish and modern package.
Date added: Monday 04 October 2010.
The Jaguar XK coupe is refined, comfortable, rapid and beautiful. It is everything a Jag should be. Costs are steep though and unlike the BMW 6 Series, its rear seats are impractical.
Date added: Thursday 30 September 2010.
The Jaguar XKR coupe effortlessly blends everyday comfort and storming pace. It can’t match the practicality or involvement of the BMW M6, but it’s classier and a good deal cheaper.
Date added: Thursday 23 September 2010.
The 500bhp Jaguar XFR is an executive super-saloon offering fine handling and comfort. It’s more rounded than the BMW M5, but the Mercedes E63 AMG and Audi RS6 offer more power.
Date added: Thursday 01 July 2010.
Jaguar reveals its all-new executive saloon - the XF - ahead of its public debut in New York
Date added: Wednesday 25 March 2015.
We drive the new four-wheel drive Jaguar sports car in prototype form
Date added: Wednesday 04 February 2015.
Jaguar has a brand new XE saloon rival to the BMW 3 Series. Is it any good?
Date added: Wednesday 28 January 2015.
First details of Jaguar's make-or-break small executive saloon have been revealed
Date added: Tuesday 09 September 2014.