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2018 Jaguar XJR575 review

If you always thought the Jaguar XJ was a bit of a pussycat, Jaguar has well and truly fixed that issue. Jaguar's engineering team has taken the XJR's wick, wound it up, and shot the car out of a cannon into a tin of blue paint. And, the end result is this tyre destroying limousine, aptly called the 2018 Jaguar XJR575, which replaces the outgoing XJR...

2018 Jaguar XF Sportbrake review

It's a car the Brits have been hiding from us for some time – the Jaguar XF Sportbrake delivers SUV practicality, but holds back on the domineering stance an SUV commands on the road. Instead, the Jaguar XF Sportbrake offers a stunning physique that can't be mistaken for anything other than a Jaguar. Just look at it...

2018 Jaguar F-Type four-cylinder review

Jaguar's new F-Type four-cylinder follows in the footsteps of Porsche's Boxster and Cayman, downsizing from six cylinders to four. But, while that German duo can no longer be had with a six, the F-Type can. And an eight! So... should you consider this new four-pot entry option? Here, Tony puts that question to the test.

2016 Porsche Boxster S v Jaguar F-Type V6 S comparison

Read the full review here. It has almost become a landmark moment in our evolution as humans. A neat title to slot in after all that complex baby, child, teenager, adult transition stuff. The midlife crisis...

2017 Jaguar F-Type SVR — 0-100mph-0 Performance Test

Read the article here. With 423kW of power from its 5.0-litre supercharged V8, the 2017 Jaguar F-Type SVR is the fastest and most powerful production Jaguar ever. We get behind the wheel to see just how fast it is with a 0-100mph-0 run at Motorland Aragon in Spain. Have a listen to this screaming supercar blast from standstill, to 100mph and back to 0km/h again...

2017 Jaguar F-Type SVR Review

The 2017 Jaguar F-Type SVR is the fastest series production Jaguar ever. It's only second to the famous XJ220 for speed, with a top speed of 200mph (or 322km/h). We went to Spain to drive the F-Type SVR Coupe and Convertible over a mix of Spanish regional roads, plus a stint at the MotoGP track Motorland Aragon...

CarAdvice News Desk: the weekly wrap for May 20 2016

Welcome to the CarAdvice.com News Desk. Here’s what’s making news headlines this week. A class action has been filed in the Federal Court of Australia on behalf of owners of Ford Fiesta, Focus and EcoSport vehicles who claim to have experienced issues with Ford’s PowerShift transmission...

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...

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...

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...