The Jaguar E-Pace arrives as the marque's second only crack at the luxury SUV market. It should do well, given it's cleverly packaged with good dynamics and useful practicality.
Jaguar makes some seriously nice cars, but without breaking the law, it's hard to unleash them on your everyday roads. This is where the Jaguar Experience comes into play. Usually open for Jaguar customers or potential buyers only, 20 lucky CarAdvice competition winners got to experience the best of Jaguar at Sandown Raceway...
Since its release, the Jaguar F-Type has sung to the sweet tune of V6 or V8 engines. Will a four-cylinder turbo dilute the sports car experience?
The Jaguar F-Type 400 Sport is undoubtedly a piece of automotive theatre. But does it have the performance chops to match its striking looks and sonorous heartbeat?
What's blue, British and loud? The Jaguar XJR replacement — the XJR575. Paul Maric jetted off to Portugal to see if the Jaguar XJR575 lives up to its name as the toughest Tom in town.
There are three things you can't get away from in life — death, taxes and SUVs. SUVs are everywhere, so when a manufacturer drops a stunning wagon on us, it's hard to look the other way. Paul Maric went to Portugal to check out the all-new Jaguar XF Sportbrake.
Is a long-wheelbase Jaguar XJ in flagship Autobiography guise objectively better than a Mercedes-Benz S-Class, BMW 7 Series or Porsche Panamera? No. But that's no reason not to buy one. It's all about branding, baby.
While a four-cylinder Jaguar F-Type will likely invite mixed reactions from the gallery, don't think for one moment that it isn't a proper sports car from the leaping cat.
Six months of ownership with a Jaguar F-Pace, does it live up to its British reputation?
Big, fast and a little old-school. Does the Jaguar XJR still hold its own against the Germans?
Just how important is the specification of a car? James thinks he's found the sweet spot in the Jaguar XE 20t Prestige.