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Mercedes-Benz X-Class headlines latest five-star ANCAP ratings

Independent crash-testing ANCAP has released its latest set of safety ratings this week, with the BMW X2, Jaguar E-Pace, Mercedes-Benz X-Class and Volkswagen Polo all receiving five-star safety ratings. Headlining ANCAP's release is the X-Class's standard inclusion of autonomous emergency braking – a first for the ute segment in Australia...

CarAdvice podcast 87: What do our readers think of the new Commodore? 

This week you are joined by Mandy Turner and Mike Costello. In car news, reports have surfaced about the the Alfa Romeo 6C sports car being prepared for 2020, while 2018 BMW X2 pricing and specs have been released. Also, Kia Australia is standing by the slow-selling Optima, QLD police union says hidden speed cameras are ‘revenue raisers’ and don’t save lives, the Range Rover SV Coupe has been confirmed for Geneva, and reports the 2019 Jaguar XJ goes electric...

E-Pace: Why is Jag's newest SUV such a fat cat?

It might be classed as a compact SUV, but weighing in at nearly 1.9 tonnes, the new Jaguar E-Pace is up to 380kg heftier than its closest rivals, which include Audi’s ageing Q3, BMW’s X1 and the Mercedes-Benz GLA. And that’s comparing apples with apples, as all four vehicles are powered by 2.0-litre turbo fours, in petrol and diesel forms...

2018 Jaguar E-Pace pricing and specs

Australian details for the 2018 Jaguar E-Pace range have been revealed this week ahead of the little cat's arrival around April next year. Starting from $47,750 before on-road costs, the E-Pace undercuts the BMW X1 (from $50,600), though is a little pricier than both the Audi Q3 (from $42,900) and Mercedes-Benz GLA ($43,600)...

Jaguar E-Pace breaks world record with 270-degree barrel roll

Jaguar has achieved another Guinness World Record, this time with the Jaguar E-Pace, performing an incredible 270-degree barrel roll in a production vehicle. The stunt was performed on Wednesday evening at the ExCeL London with stunt driver Terry Grant at the helm of a production-verified Jaguar E-Pace...

2018 Jaguar E-Pace full image gallery

Jaguar has taken the wraps off the 2018 Jaguar E-Pace SUV in London and we were on the ground to take part in the reveal. Kicking off from $48,000 (plus on-road costs) when it arrives in Australia early next year, the range will go all the way through to the First Edition, which is expected to cost $85,000 (plus on-road costs)...

Did we accidentally stumble across Jaguar/Land Rover's new key?

While rummaging through the all-new Jaguar E-Pace at the vehicle's global reveal in London, we may have stumbled across the all-new Jaguar Land Rover key. Given the age, weight and old school nature of Jaguar Land Rover's trusty keyless entry fob, it was only a matter of time before the brand updated its key with sleeker and lighter version...

2018 Jaguar E-Pace revealed: From $48k, semi-autonomous off-road mode available

The wraps have been taken off the Jaguar E-Pace, the brand's newest and smallest SUV, at a lavish unveiling in London overnight. In typical Jaguar fashion, the car was unveiled to the world's media with a world record attempt at the helm of stuntman Terry Grant...

Jaguar E-Pace: Sub-$50k SUV teased ahead of July 13 reveal - UPDATE

Update - The side profile of the Jaguar E-Pace has been revealed in an additional teaser image The upcoming 2018 Jaguar E-Pace has been teased this week in a pair of images, ahead of its official debut on July 13 and Australian launch early next year. While full details are still to come, Jaguar Australia says we can expect the E-Pace to land locally below $50,000 - before on-road costs...