Jaguar's first foray into the small SUV segment has presented buyers with a bewildering choice of variants. Here, we take the 2018 Jaguar E-Pace S P250 for a spin.
Developing a new car from nothing to first customer delivery in just four years is no mean feat, let alone doing this with a brand-new platform and brand-new technology. That’s exactly how it went down, though, with the all-new Jaguar I-Pace. So, you can imagine why I was a bit sceptical about Jaguar pulling off what normally takes car companies more like six-to-eight years to achieve...
The concept of the sports SUV doesn't resonate with everyone, despite buyers wanting them more than ever. The F-Pace S might just be the most attractive of the lot too.
The F-Type SVR is Jaguar's pièce de résistance in the range, and the most potent of the breed. Its price is high, but so are its performance capabilities.
With an array of variants and options to choose from, the 2018 Jaguar E-Pace hits local showrooms looking to capture a slice of the lucrative, premium, small- to mid-sized SUV pie.
The I-Pace is Jaguar's first go at an electric vehicle for the premium passenger market. Can it cut it? Paul Maric takes a quick first look.
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.