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Jaguar's business was founded as the Swallow Sidecar Company in 1922, originally making motorcycle sidecars before developing bodies for passenger cars. Today Jaguar is part of Jaguar Land Rover, a British multinational car manufacturer with its headquarters in Whitley, Coventry, England, owned by the Indian company Tata Motors since 2008.

Jaguar cars are designed in Jaguar Land Rover's engineering centres at the Whitley plant in Coventry and at their Gaydon site in Warwickshire, and are assembled in their plants at Castle Bromwich and Solihull.

Jaguar currently offers three aluminium intensive premium sports saloons, XE, XF and XJ, as well as the premium F-TYPE sports car and performance SUV – the F-PACE.

Jaguar Reviews

2021 Jaguar F-Pace review

It’s out with the old, in with the new, as Jaguar seeks to refresh its popular F-Pace range.

2021 Jaguar F-Pace SVR review

The Jaguar F-Pace SVR quite possibly signals the end of a significant era for JLR drivetrains. The future is near, but the past is still very much alive.

Valentine special - Jaguar E-Type Zero review: Retro electro

When you're offered a drive in an E-Type, you don't say no. That goes double for when it's electrified.

2021 Jaguar XF P300 AWD international first drive

This really is the Jaguar’s last-chance saloon…...

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Jaguar Videos

360-degree drive: 2020 Jaguar F-Type R convertible – Turn it up, exhaust noise only!

We've driven Jag's heroic F-Type R before, you can read all about that here. But, for this video, we thought we'd have another go at the 360-degree experience...

'POV' Drive: 2020 Jaguar F-Pace 25t R-Sport AWD

Join us on a short point-of-view drive of the British brand's luxury mid-sized SUV.

2020 Jaguar XE review

The 2020 Jaguar XE is an excellent choice in what is a very crowded and competitive market. It’s the pick of the bunch for those that value style, dynamic competency and individuality. Alborz Fallah is at the Australian launch, and finds out what makes the XE stand out.

2020 Jaguar F-Pace SVR review

The 2020 Jaguar F-Pace SVR is one of the greatest, most rewarding SUVs you can buy today. It’s the antithesis of boring. It presents such an emotionally appealing package that no true car enthusiast can see one and not feel a sense of pride. It represents the last of an era, the best of old-school untamed motoring presented in a very usable package...

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Jaguar Comparisons

2020 BMW 330i v Jaguar XE HSE comparison review

Can the new BMW 3 Series reclaim its Best Mid-sized Sports Sedan crown from the Jaguar XE?

Premium SUV comparison: 2019 Range Rover Evoque v Jaguar E-Pace v Lexus UX v Volvo XC40

Has the past year been kind to these fancy little premium SUVs? Let's take another look. This story was first published in August 2019.

2021 Audi e-tron v Mercedes-Benz EQC v Jaguar I-Pace comparison: Spec battle

If a new battleground exists in the automotive world, it’s that of the electric SUV. Prestige brands, perhaps once renowned for their old-world luxury, are taking a tech-first approach as they look to supply the growing zero-tailpipe-emissions market...

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Jaguar News

Jaguar Land Rover: Petrol and diesel not going anywhere yet, plug-in hybrids now a chance for Australia

Jaguar Land Rover Australia managing director Mark Cameron has told media traditional petrol- and diesel-powered vehicles will still be available over the coming years, albeit in an increasingly electrified market...

Jaguar to move upmarket, increase prices with next generation of electric vehicles

Jaguar plans to move upmarket and complete with Bentley in the luxury SUV segment, Jaguar Land Rover (JLR) CEO Thierry Bolloré revealed this week in an interview with British motoring outlet Auto Express. Mr Bolloré – who formerly headed-up French automotive giant Renault – noted “initial design work” has already been completed for the next generation of battery-electric Jaguars, set to be introduced in 2025...

British manufacturers not committing to lower prices in Australia, despite free trade agreement

Manufacturers that build cars in Britain are yet to commit to lower Australian prices, despite the announcement of a new Free Trade Agreement "immediately eliminating" an existing 5 per cent automotive import tariff. Affected British-built cars include Nissan's Juke, Leaf, and Qashqai small SUVs, and the majority of vehicles built by Jaguar, Land Rover, Mini, Aston Martin, McLaren, Bentley and Rolls-Royce...

2022 Jaguar F-Type P450 V8 coming to Australia

The 2022 Jaguar F-Type range will soon see the arrival of a new, detuned V8-powered P450 variant as a replacement for the soon-to-depart supercharged V6. A Jaguar Australia spokesperson confirmed to CarAdvice the mid-spec 'P450' variant of the F-Type sports car would be introduced as a replacement for the current supercharged V6 'P380', which is being phased out across the Jaguar Land Rover range in favour of a new, more efficient mild-hybrid inline-six, with the Model Year 2021 F-Type the V6's final application...

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Jaguar Owner Reviews

2012 Jaguar XF 2.2d Premium Luxury review

I'd always loved the look of the Jaguar XF. That it was built when Jaguar had become a division of Ford gave me confidence. I'd grown up with Jaguar owners saying that they needed two cars - one to drive while the other was in the garage being worked on. I was fortunate to purchase a MY2012 car in mid-2014. It was a one-owner with 32,000km on the clock...

2003 Jaguar S Type V6 review

I’ve never felt as if Jaguar really made themselves prominent in Australia. Until recently, the large saloon market has been saturated with domestic offerings from now fallen Ford, Holden, as well as Toyota. As a result, Jaguars or ‘Jaaags’ have maintained a sophistication and elegance that maybe had worn off on its English nationals...

2017 Jaguar XE 20d Prestige review

After much deliberating between the XE and Audi A6, I opted for the Jaguar due to style and compactness. Prior to making my decision, I tested two versions: 25t and 20d. The 25t petrol definitely provided more 'oomph' and less lag, but the diesel seemed like a frugal choice given the high mileage commuting required by my work...

2012 Jaguar XF 2.2d Premium Luxury review

Having purchased this car two months ago, I am absolutely impressed. I was looking to buy a hybrid Camry for fuel savings, but my boss suggested I look into the XF Jaguar diesel instead (he has one). I, of course, laughed. As if I could afford a Jag! However, I looked into the matter and found that Jags can run 5...

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