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Jaguar I-Pace SE review

Jaguar I-Pace SE review. For – handsome, luxurious, fast, quiet Against – best stay local Motorway range effective 125 miles/73.25% **** £76,045 Competition – Audi-e-Tron, Mercedes EQC, Tesla Model X, Ford Mustang Mach E, BMW iX3 Jaguar was quick off the mark with its first all-electric I-Pace, although I’ve often wondered whether, in this digital […]

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Jaguar E-Pace review

Jaguar E-Pace 250 HSE R-Dynamic Review

Jaguar E-Pace 250 HSE R-Dynamic Review. For – cute, well equipped, dynamic drive, high quality finish. Against – pricey in a competitive market. **** £47,060 Competition – Land Rover Discovery, Range Rover Evoque, Audi Q3, BMW X1, Volvo XC40, Kia Sorrento, Hyundai Santa Fe, Skoda Kodiaq, Alfa Romeo Stelvio, Lexus NX, Jeep Cherokee CLIVEDEN, Berkshire […]

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Jaguar F-Pace

Jaguar F-Pace – R Sport 2.0d AWD review

Jaguar F-Pace – R Sport 2.0d AWD review. For – “I’ve got a Jaguar SUV” has serious bragging rights. Against – dizzying number of options and engine choices. **** £44,770 Jaguar critics who bemoaned the break with tradition represented by the grand old sportscar company finally joining the fashion for SUVs must be grinding their […]

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Jaguar XE S review

Jaguar XE S review

Jaguar XE S review. For – handsome, high quality, impressive performance. Against – rear seats cramped, boot small, supported Remain. **** £55,163     Jaguar’s XE small luxury sports saloon is fighting for sales against the all-conquering BMW 3-series, not to mention the Mercedes C class and Audi A4, and it certainly has all the […]

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Jaguar XF S

Jaguar XF 3.0 TDV6 review

Jaguar XF 3.0 TDV6 review. For – looks terrific, great quality, excellent drive, not German. Against – can it differentiate itself from formidable opposition? ****  £58,355 Jaguar’s second generation mid-range XF saloon is lighter, sleeker and has new engines which replace some of the ones it inherited from its days as a Ford subsidiary. It […]

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Jaguar F-Type Coupe review

Jaguar F-Type Coupe – Dream Machine. Goes Like Stink, Looks Adorable, Sounds Sublime. “hard to decide which of these thoroughbreds is best. If you drove all of them, after each drive you’d say, “Yes, I must have that one”. For – beautiful, raucous, exhilarating. Against – best not have any embarrass genes. ***** out of […]

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Jaguar XF 3.0L Diesel Portfolio review

Less ostentatious than German rivals with no negative image. This is the real ‘ultimate driving machine’. For: It’s not an Audi, BMW or Mercedes. Effortless performance, excellent economy. Against: Only details like radio station selection, dashboard gimmicks. How can premium brand BMW and global conglomerate Ford have made such a pig’s ear of running Land […]

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Jaguar F-Type neil Winton Review 2013

Jaguar F-Type review

Not For The Shy And Retiring. Fabulous Performance, Driveability. Raucous Noises Might Be A Buyer Turnoff. “If I owned one, I think I’d remove that “look at me” noise right away” “the poorest value extra in the history of motoring. Jaguar wants to charge you £500 for a “visibility pack”” For – beautiful driver’s car. […]

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Jaguart F-Type review 2013

Jaguar F-Type Roadster review

At Last, An E-Type Replacement Breathtakingly Beautiful, Befitting A Maserati Lookalike “Jaguar has designed a special noise for the exhaust, so you’ll know when one goes by” You can tell British premium car maker Jaguar is deadly serious about moving from being a niche manufacturer to challenging German hegemony in the luxury sector. Jaguar not […]

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