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Born in the United Kingdom, Jaguar cars has always stood for luxury and refinement. The SS Jaguar 100 was the first Jaguar released in 1935, and in 1950 Jaguar started to export its luxury cars to the US. Jaguar produced one of the most iconic cars of all time in the 1960s, the E-Type (or XK-E in the US.) Jaguar is now enjoying a return to form with new elegant models harking back to Jaguar’s refined traditions.
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The new F-Pace SUV by Jaguar, available with petrol or diesel engines, provides a sporty experience in a stylish and practical package. Options start from a 178 horsepower, 2-liter diesel engine, to the 3-liter supercharged petrol 375 horsepower engine which drive the lightweight aluminum vehicle. The drive-ability, luxurious interior, and class leading trunk space makes the F-Pace one of the top mid-sized SUVs.
The beauty of the F-Type makes it one of the most desirable sports cars in the world, whether it be the coupe or convertible option. Amazing performance is provided by a V6 engine or a V8 in the Type R trim. The F-Type R accelerates from 0-60 mph in less than 4 seconds, and the 5-liter V8 provides an exhilarating soundtrack whilst doing so. New for 2016 are the options of a six-speed manual transmission and all-wheel drive; an added bonus is that the 12-speaker Meridian sound system is now standard on all F-Types.
This compact luxury sedan by Jaguar provides an attractive and viable alternative to the normal German options. The excellent ride and handling makes the Jaguar XE a top contender in the category. The XE is a giant leap forward from the X-Type that it replaced, using a brand new aluminum chassis and a new engine called “Ingenium” designed from scratch by Jaguar.
The XF is Jaguar’s luxury mid-sized sedan and was updated in 2016 to provide a larger interior via its longer wheelbase. The Jaguar XF is also now lighter and more fuel efficient due to much of the car being constructed from aluminium. The 3 liter V6 can provide up to 380 horsepower yet yields an impressive 30 mpg fuel consumption. The interior is a delightful experience from the moment you press the ignition button to the InControl Touch infotainment system.
The elegant XJ oozes style, comfort, and luxury. The various engine options power the XJ gracefully along the road and the nimble handling means the the XJ is equally capable on turns as much as straight lines. Old world luxury of high-quality leather and chrome meets contemporary aesthetics of digital instrument panels and touchscreen interfaces. The full-size luxury sedan is available in regular and long-wheelbase versions.
Jaguar’s XK was the spiritual successor to the XKE mixing classic Jaguar design with contemporary features. Offered in two-door coupe and convertible options, standard features include 20 inch wheels, adaptive suspension, a Bowers and Wilkins sound system, leather upholstery and a navigation system. The standard XK produced 385 horsepower, the XKR produced 510 horsepower, and the XKR-S produced a whopping 550 horsepower. A final 50 limited edition XKs were produced in 2014.