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2016 Jaguar F-Type Review: V6 S AWD Coupe

The supercharged V6 now has AWD, but is it worth it?

2016 driving experiences: New skills and adrenaline-pumping thrills

Whether you've been driving for decades and know you know it all, or have just passed your drivers test and already think you know it all, there's always something new to learn. Here at CarAdvice we encourage everyone to actively seek to not only improve their driving skills, but to also feel the adrenaline rush that comes with pushing the limits of both car and driver in a safe environment...

2016 Jaguar XF Review: first Australian drive

The second-generation Jaguar XF has grown up. The dynamic number has the BMW 5 Series firmly in its crosshairs...

2015 Jaguar F-Type R Review : AWD Convertible

Possibly the most fun you can have on four wheels - the Jaguar F-Type R AWD Convertible is a riot.

2015 Jaguar XE S Review

The 2015 Jaguar XE S is the sportiest version of the new compact luxury sedan the brand has released so far. It's also surprisingly luxurious...

2015 Jaguar XE 20d Prestige Review

Jaguar's new XE impressed us on racetracks, but how does it handle the daily slog of Sydney streets?

2016 Jaguar XE Review

The Jaguar XE gives the rejuvenated brand a real presence in the mid-sized luxury market. It might even set a new dynamic benchmark…...

2016 Jaguar XF Review

The 2016 Jaguar XF is the best sedan Jaguar has produced in decades. It will need to be if it is to steal sales from rival German makes.

2015 Jaguar XF-S Diesel Review: Run-out round-up

With the all-new model just months away, James takes a final look at the 2015 Jaguar XF runout model.

Jaguar XE S Review: Track test

It’s difficult to recall driving a luxury sedan on track with this kind of middleweight powertrain while being able to extract every last morsel of kilowatt and torque with such adept composure, as is possible in the new Jaguar XE S.

2015 Jaguar XF Review : 2.2D Premium Luxury

The first-generation Jaguar XF is nearing the end of its lifecycle - so does it still stack up against its competitors?