The refreshed Jaguar XE presents a far simpler buying process with what is arguably the best looking and dynamically capable package in the segment.
Jaguar's had a change of heart regarding the Project 8's availability in Australia, the baddest factory four-door Jag yet. That's great news... for elite collectors, at least.
While it may look similar, the changes to the 2019 Jaguar XE have added value and refinement, along with a far simpler range. But can it keep up with the new competition in this segment?
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...
Just how important is the specification of a car? James thinks he's found the sweet spot in the Jaguar XE 20t Prestige.
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...
Jaguar's new XE impressed us on racetracks, but how does it handle the daily slog of Sydney streets?
The Jaguar XE gives the rejuvenated brand a real presence in the mid-sized luxury market. It might even set a new dynamic benchmark…...
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.
We need to test in Australia, but so far, the new jaguar XE is a best-in-class performance by the British manufacturer.