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These were the most popular automakers and models on Google search in 2016. Some of these results make sense, and some are rather surprising.

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Jaguar XF and Land Rover Evoque with similar mechanisms are also under investigation.

These shifters are confusing, causing an issue similar to FCA's other electronic shifter that's already been recalled.

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And it might come to America.

You can haul an awful lot of Earl Grey back there.

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If you can sacrifice a few seconds to 60, you could save a few thousand dollars.

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First phase of recall targets high-humidity areas.

The Takata airbag curse has spread to the Jaguar XF and Land Rover Range Rover.

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Following initial reports that Jaguar wasn't interested in building any more wagons, design chief Ian Callum indicates that a new XF Sportbrake could yet be in the works.

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More Grace, Enough Space, And Plenty Of Pace

A very British sort of sport-luxury sedan, which packs an athletic blown V6 in a crisply tailored package. Can it take on the Germans?

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Does Cool Britannia Finally Make Sense?

Jaguar's all-new XF is a more competent car than before, and will be priced in the heart of the midsize luxury segment. As Seyth Miersma learns in Spain, there's a whole lot to like here.

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XF Price Down Over $5,000

Jaguar released pricing details on both the new XE and XF sedans, and rather impressively, both undercut a number of key players in the field.

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Jaguar has trimmed up to 265 lbs of fat, slashed the sprint to 60 and is promising an improvement in fuel economy for its new XF. Oh, and it's gorgeous, too.

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Most automakers undertake a bit of a high-wire act to launch a pivotal new product, but to introduce the new XF, Jaguar staged an actual one... and set a new world record in the process.

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Jaguar has released a slew of images and details on the second-generation XF ahead of its official debut at next week's New York Auto Show.

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Jaguar is set to reveal the new XF sedan at the 2015 New York Auto Show and on a high-wire in London. Here's a preview of what the luxury four-door will look like.

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Jaguar is the latest automaker to join in on the recall action from this morning, as the British automaker has announced steps it's taking to remedy two separate problems.

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With the XE now out in the open, Jaguar can begin to focus on what comes next. That means a new crossover, but also replacements for some of its aging current models – chief among them, the XF. Introduced back in 2007, Jaguar's mid-range sedan is growing a little long in the tooth. But from these latest spy shots, we can see that the British automaker is hard at work developing its successor.

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With most recalls seemingly affecting mass-market vehicles, it'd be all too easy to assume, consciously or otherwise, that higher-end automobiles never face such issues. But the main reason we don't see the NHTSA recalling more luxury automobiles isn't because of their quality, we'd postulate: it's because of their relative scarcity.

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Oh look, another super-hot wagon that won't be making its way to the US. Awesome.

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If you're looking for all the style of a sports sedan but without the added expense of springing for a full-on performance model (and keeping it fed with fuel and fresh tires), most European automakers will gladly hook you up with an all-show, no-go package. BMW has its M-Sport aero kits, Audi its S-Line, and Mercedes its AMG Sport packs. And now Jaguar is getting in on the action with the launch of the new R-Sport line.

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In the market for an amped-up Jaguar? Look for the letter R, adorning such performance models as the XFR and XJR sedans, the XKR coupe and convertible and the new F-Type R. But if it's bonkers performance you're after, you'll want to add the letter S into the mix as well. Jaguar uses the letters to connote its most hard-core performance variants like the two-door XKR-S and four-door XFR-S. And now it's applied them to the XF wagon as well, skipping the R treatment and going straight for the new

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From our best guess, the Jaguar test mule shown in these spy shots could very well be our first glimpse at the next-generation Jaguar XF, due out around the 2016 model year. The current XF has been around for five years already (launched in 2008), and this mule is likely testing powertrain or chassis components for a new version of the midsize Jaguar sedan.

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It was Steve Sutcliffe at Autocar who got the tough job of comparing the Mercedes-Benz E63 AMG to the limited edition Jaguar XFR-S on the track and sheep-strewn British B-roads. In UK spec both Mephistophelean sedans wrangle the same 542 horsepower, but step out of the corral and things look to weigh heavily in the Mercedes' favor: it has more torque, it's lighter, it's quicker from 0-to-60 and it's less expensive.

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