Jaguar has revealed the new XF Chequered Flag special edition model as part of the latest updates to its XF sedan range, confirming it will… Read more →
After being spied testing in a number of areas, Jaguar has finally taken the covers off its XF Sportbrake. Based on the XF sedan, the… Read more →
The Jaguar XF is now built on an extended version of the XE platform which increases its wheelbase compared to the previous version.
Last night Jaguar has revealed the new XF sedan in London. From the press release there is a couple of facts that Jaguar is clearly… Read more →
Following the release of the Jaguar’s compact XE sedan, the new XF’s unveiling is just around the corner. To build some excitement around the new… Read more →
Following Jaguar Land Rover’s launch of the SVR brand, Jaguar has now revealed its more attainable sporty brand. Called R-Sport, the XF is the first… Read more →
Besides revealing its luxurious Ultimate XJ, Jaguar also reveled a brace of compact new engines destined for the XJ, XF and the eagerly anticipated F-Type.
It’s been a while since Jaguar’s last crack at a luxury station wagon- the largely unloved X Type Estate of 2004 – but the company is now giving it another go with a more practical take on its stylish XF; the Jaguar XF Sportbrake.
Jaguar will officially launch its XF 2,2 Diesel at JIMS next week, but we got to test drive it first. Juliet McGuire attended the launch in Limpopo.
MUNICH – Alongside a raft of design changes, Jaguar has also introduced a high-tech diesel powerplant as part of its 2012 model year XF line-up. Given our affinity for the larger displacement 6- and 8-cylinder engines this model plays host to, it’s fair to say that Jaguar has really put the cat among the pigeons (it had to be done) by slotting a four-cylinder diesel into its executive saloon. Does this bode well for the XF or is this tantamount to having its claws removed?