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2019 Jaguar I-Pace Review

Up till now the only non-Tesla EVs have been econo-boxes or EV conversions. We’ve had plug-in hybrids that have been advertised as competition, we’ve had an inexpensive hatchback (Bolt), and a short-range sedan (Clarity). But the one thing we haven’t had was a long-range luxury entry that was designed from the ground up to be […]

2018 Jaguar XE Review

Jaguar’s XE combines the urgency of the BMW 3-Series with the handling ability of the Cadillac ATS, handling refinement of the Lexus IS and a price tag sized below the Audi A4. While it’s still not my “all-around” top pick in this competitive segment it is a close number two and certainly my choice if […]

2017 Jaguar F-Pace Review

Jaguar seems to have waited the longest to join the crossover party but the 2017 F-Pace is worth the wait. In a segment that seems to be increasingly full of practical front wheel drive family haulers, the F-Pace is all about being the best handling compact luxury CUV leaving the X3 behind and giving the […]

2016 Jaguar XF 35t R-Sport Review

The XF combines the handling feel of the Cadillac with the urgency we see only in the Jag and the Audi A6 3.0T, at a price that should make Lexus stand up and take notice. At $52,895, the XF may seem like a spendy option in this segment — until you realize that there is no […]

2016 Jaguar F-Type S Review (With Manual Transmission!)

The F-Type isn’t the E-Type reimagined. The F-Type is too comfortable, too isolated, and, despite the manual transmission, it is also too modern. Modernity has made this kitty a little less fun, a little more practical and, at the same time, explains the manual transmission. Journalists like myself long complained about the lack of a stick […]

Jaguar F-Type S Infotainment Review

Jaguar and Land Rover have lagged behind other luxury entries when it comes to snazzy in-vehicle infotainment systems. Like the rest of JLR’s lineup, the F-Type uses a touchscreen LCD instead of a rotary knob/joystick input method. The 8-inch LCD is bright, but positioned somewhat low in the dashboard, which means your eyes are farther from the […]