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Jaguar originally produced motorcycle sidecars in 1922 in the UK, however launched the first car in 1931 having a reputation for premium sports cars. Currently under the ownership of Indian owned Tata Motors (previously Ford), they offer 4 models to Australia; the X-Type, XK, XF and the new XJ. Jaguar is going through a period of reinvention as it begins to regain marketshare and win back customers.

Jaguar Reviews

2017 Jaguar F-Pace Review

Does the Jaguar F-Pace present a viable challenge to the mighty Porsche Macan?

2016 Jaguar F-Type Review: V6 S AWD Coupe

The supercharged V6 now has AWD, but is it worth it?

2016 driving experiences: New skills and adrenaline-pumping thrills

Whether you've been driving for decades and know you know it all, or have just passed your drivers test and already think you know it all, there's always something new to learn. Here at CarAdvice we encourage everyone to actively seek to not only improve their driving skills, but to also feel the adrenaline rush that comes with pushing the limits of both car and driver in a safe environment...

2016 Jaguar XF Review: first Australian drive

The second-generation Jaguar XF has grown up. The dynamic number has the BMW 5 Series firmly in its crosshairs...

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Jaguar Videos

2017 Jaguar F-Pace Review

Read the article here. The 2017 Jaguar F-Pace SUV is nothing short of a proper Jaguar, a largely uncompromising model in what is now the strongest line-up in the British brand’s history. At first, the F-Pace may confuse. After all, Jaguar is a sports car company at heart and SUVs have always been left to sister brand Land Rover – but it’s when one takes a deep look at what makes an F-Pace a Jaguar, both in and out, that it starts to make more sense...

Jaguar F-Type Project 7 arrives in Australia

Read the article here. We first saw the Jaguar Project 7 concept in 2014 and its chances of entering prosecution seemed limited. Celebrating the British brand's seven Le Mans victories, the stunning concept had more power and performance potential than the F-Type and also looked the part. Jaguar confirmed that 250 examples would be built and ten would make their way to Australia...

2015 Jaguar F-Type R AWD Convertible Review

As a diehard motoring enthusiast, I’ve never been keen on convertibles – there’s too much flex in the chassis and they don’t give off the right message – unless we’re talking about the Jaguar F-Type R AWD Convertible. The spec sheet alone is enough to get your pulse racing. 404kW of power and a whopping 680Nm of torque. 0-100km/h in 4...

Jaguar F-Type R AWD Coupe at Sydney Dragway

The last time we were here at the Sydney Dragway we brought along the fastest Range Rover ever built and one of these – a Jaguar F-Type R AWD – in a convertible body. As a soft-top it’s a rocket, having clocked an official quarter-mile time of 11.7 seconds and 181km/h across the line...

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Jaguar Comparisons

BMW 330i v Jaguar XE 25t R-Sport v Lexus IS200t F Sport v Mercedes-Benz C250 : Comparison Review

You’re on your way up the corporate ladder, and you need a compact executive car that befits your burgeoning status. Or, perhaps, you’re coming through the other side, flush and looking to downsize without scrimping on class. What do you buy? Tough question. Fact is, if you’re after a sporty and luxurious mid-sized sedan in Australia, you’re embarrassed with riches...

Jaguar F-Type R AWD Convertible v Range Rover Sport SVR dragstrip battle

I’ve got 405 of Britain’s brawniest kilowatts under my bonnet as I idle, engine grumbling, exhaust barking, in lane two at Sydney Dragway. And yet, I’m the raging underdog. The reason has little to do with my $224,110 (plus on-road costs) Estoril Blue 2016 Range Rover Sport SVR and everything to do with the $260,980 Dark Sapphire 2016 Jaguar F-Type R AWD Convertible singing an identical tune in the lane beside me...

Jaguar F-Type S Coupe v Porsche Cayman GTS : Comparison review

England and Germany have seen their fair share of beefs throughout history. No, you haven’t accidentally clicked through to waradvice.com.au – and we’re not going to dwell on years gone by. Instead we’ve brought the best of British to take on some Teutonic might in a $160K sports car battle...

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Jaguar News

Jaguar XFL revealed for chauffeur-driven Chinese market

The Chinese market's obsession with rear comfort continues, with Jaguar unveiling its stretched XF sedan for the Beijing motor show, called the XFL. As with many models of its type, the XFL is largely identical to the standard XF, with the exception of the increased length and stretched rear doors...

Jaguar F-Type Project 7 arrives in Australia

Jaguar fans have been given cause for excitement today, with news that the unique F-Type Project 7 can now be spotted in Australia. Spotting a Project 7 will be a rare event, however, and any chance of buying one is already out the window...

Jaguar Land Rover Ingenium inline-six cylinder due in 2017 - report

A new report indicates that Jaguar Land Rover will launch an inline-six cylinder version of its Ingenium engine next year. At the local introduction of the BMW 3 Series/Mercedes-Benz C-Class-chasing Jaguar XE, CarAdvice learnt that the company's new Ingenium diesel and petrol engines were designed to be modular...

Holden Spark, Jaguar XF, Kia Sportage, Skoda Superb score five-star ANCAP safety rating

The latest round of ANCAP safety ratings heralds maximum five-star ratings for a quartet of newly launched cars — the Holden Spark, Jaguar XF, Kia Sportage, Skoda Superb. The new Holden Spark - our class leader in the micro car segment - is the first in class to get five stars against ANCAP’s most strenuous 2016 rating criteria. It managed 33...

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Jaguar Owner Reviews

2011 Jaguar XKR 5.0 Sc V8 Review

I've had my 2011 XKR Coupe for a little over 2 years, and I really cant see myself getting out of it any time soon. Good examples can be obtained for around the $100K mark, with the MY12 models (nicer headlights, aston style side vents, standard sat nav) having a fair premium over them. The MY10 and early 11 models came with the 5 litre supercharged engine - 375KW, 600Nm...

1996 Jaguar XJR Review

Ever since I had first read Angus McKenzie's article in the January 1995 issue of Wheels magazine, I knew I had found the car for me although car in question cost $195'000 which was about $194950 more than my then 12 year old self had to spend on a set of wheels. Fast forward to 2009 and I found myself in possession of a 1996 Jaguar XJR in ice blue metallic...

2015 Jaguar XF 2.2d Premium Luxury Review

I haven't had my jag long, so servicing of car will be a was away. The overall quality of the car has been improved to be world class standard. Just driving the jaguar is fluid,tight, no body roll, quite and lots of fun. Being over fifty it has brought me back to my youth, as I now have the sports car I've always dreamed of owning ( it hasn't disappointed me)...

2012 Jaguar XF 3.0d Premium Luxury Review

Just over one year on, I still look back every time I get out of the car. It's that kind of car. From a choice of BMW 5 series, Audi A6, Mercedes E class and a smattering of other 4-door vehicles in the $90,000+ range, the Jaguar XF is a stand out for a few reasons...

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