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Jaguar's new in-car Shell fuel payment system is coming to Australia

Jaguar has partnered with fuel company Shell to launch the world's-first in-car cashless payment system, allowing owners to pay for fuel via the vehicle's infotainment system. Part of the recently-announced 2018 model-year updates for the F-Pace SUV along with the XE and XF sedans, the new Shell app allows Jaguar owners to use PayPal or Apple Pay through their car's touchscreen to pay for fuel at Shell service stations...

2016 Jaguar XE recalled for fuel cooler fix

Jaguar has issued a recall for 76 of its 2016 model-year XE 2.0-litre turbo-diesel sedans, over concerns the fuel cooler could leak. The British luxury marque reports the underfloor diesel fuel cooler in affected vehicles may leak, which could cause a fuel odour to enter the cabin...

2018 Jaguar XE, XF, F-Pace updates announced

Jaguar has announced 2018 model-year updates for its XE and XF sedans, along with the F-Pace SUV this week, bringing new engines and a raft of new features to each model range. Headlining the changes is the introduction of the company's new 'Ingenium' petrol and diesel engines, with a new 147kW 2...

CarAdvice News Desk: The weekly wrap for February 10, 2017

Welcome to the CarAdvice.com News Desk, a regular video wrap of the latest happenings in the automotive world and Australia's new-car market. Keeping you in the loop, Tegan Lawson presents a weekly video from the CarAdvice Garage, with everything you need to know about the week in news and reviews...

Jaguar XF recalled for fuel pipe fix

Jaguar Land Rover Australia has issued a recall notice for examples of its previous-generation XF sedan, affecting vehicles in the model years 2013 to 2015. The recall, which centres on models powered by the 2.0-litre GTDi petrol engine, has been made to address a potential fuel leak...

2017 World Car of the Year finalists announced

The 2017 World Car of the Year (WCOTY) finalists have been announced, and once again the list is dominated by models from European brands. There are six Car of the Year awards up for grabs this year, including the main prize, as well as gongs for the following categories: luxury, performance, car design, green, and urban...

Daring heist at Jaguar Land Rover plant, $5 million worth of engines knicked

Thieves this week reportedly made off with a staggering £3 million ($A4.9 million) worth of engines from Jaguar Land Rover’s plant in Solihull. The daring heist was first reported in the Birmingham Mail, which claims that thieves used a stolen truck to knick the first load of parts in just six minutes, before returning for a second successful crack later the same night...

2018 Jaguar E-Pace spied

The Jaguar E-Pace has been spied with production-ready body work during winter testing in northern Europe. Judging by the car's proportions, primarily the proximity of the front wheel arch to the front doors, the new E-Pace looks to be based on a front- and all-wheel drive platform...

2017 Jaguar F-Type facelift unveiled with new 400 Sport, R-Dynamic models

The covers were whipped off the Jaguar F-Type facelift on the second press day of the 2017 Detroit motor show. Jaguar has decided to keep the F-Type's visual revisions to a minimum, with the big changes being new adaptive full-LED headlights, a cleaner look for the tweaked bumpers, and revisions to the tail-light graphics...

Top ten growth brands of 2016

The results are in: annual new vehicle sales in 2016 were the highest on record, with the market growing two per cent to a tick under 1.18 million vehicles, thanks to strong growth from light commercials and SUVs. But what brands grew well above the market average? Here we list the top 10 growth brands, by raw numerical sales increase...

Most searched car brands of 2016

Google has revealed its most searched automotive brands of 2016 - and the most popular car make may surprise you. Honda topped the 2016 most searched brands list, followed by German luxury brand Mercedes-Benz and electric car powerhouse Tesla. Teenage daydreamers looked up Lamborghini, while Swedish premium maker Volvo's new design language has clearly had an effect on potential customers, with it ranking fifth...