The Jaguar XJ badge turns 50 years old in 2018. So, to celebrate, the British manufacturer has put together a new special edition model fittingly… Read more →
The largest and oldest saloon in Jaguar’s range is the XJ sedan. But the British automaker recently updated this model, while also adding the new… Read more →
Jaguar has made a few changes to its XJ sedan range, including the introduction of an XJR575 performance flagship. The updated XJ is due to… Read more →
If you’re dropping over a million bucks on a new vehicle, you’d expect something relatively hefty to be resting beneath the bonnet (or over the… Read more →
Although there might not be any significant visual changes for the 2016 XJ model year update, Jaguar has added an Autobiography model. This model will… Read more →
There’s always a slight twinge of despondence when a carmaker decides to can a charismatic V8 in favour of a smaller, more efficient engine. This… Read more →
In previous heydays for the Jaguar brand, a major slogan for its luxury saloons was Grace, Space and Pace. Although not in use these days,… Read more →
That’ll buff right out, sir. There are two certainties surrounding the Nurburgring Nordschleife in its present form. One is that most manufacturers are using this… Read more →
The S-Class has had its day… Since its launch nearly six years ago, Mercedes’s flagship has been the best car in its class. If you look at the defining characteristics of a grand saloon – space, refinement, effortless power, leading-edge technology, ride comfort and quality – and how it integrated these elements, it beat all comers. But, bar a caveat of two, Jaguar’s XJ comes very close to matching the S-Class on these points while providing a far superior driving experience.
The first thing that struck me when driving the British company’s flagship on the XJ 3,0 V6 diesel models’ local launch was how impressive it looks in the rear-view mirror. It’s aggressive and elegant at the same time.