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The XE's charming chassis and clattery diesel is an automotive odd couple.

The alternative is a gasoline engine that requires premium fuel.

Another sport sedan! The fleet is looking good.

More. Better. Louder. Yes, all of that.

We drive the fastest full-production Jaguar.

The British SUV that thinks it's a sport sedan.

Jaguar came late to the crossover party but definitely did things right.

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?

Return To The Era Of Feeling

Fast cars used to be tactile cars as a matter of course. We take the thin wheel of Jaguar's new-old E-type and remember what we've lost.

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.

A Firm Handshake Goes A Long Way

Jaguar's F-Type was just about perfect. But with the addition of a six-speed manual, it comes closer to hitting motoring nirvana.

Jaguar's Different Take On The Base Model Has Plenty Of Appeal

The entry-level Jaguar XE comes with a diesel engine, but you wouldn't know from the way it drives. We take one for a Quick Spin.

The British Are Coming, And This Time It's Real

Our second drive in the 2017 XE sedan has us convinced that Jaguar has a winner. Bring on the BMW 3 Series.

Pouncing On The Wide-Open Compact Luxury Sports Segment

Jaguar is leaping back into the compact premium sport sedan ring at a unique moment in history. Does it have what it takes to grab the crown? We headed to Portugal for an early prototype drive to find out.

Ferocious Feline Coming To The States As A 2017 Model

The XE wears some of the best styling elements from Jaguar's current litter.

The Middle Child Is Just Right

My first, ill-fated job in the auto world was at an exotic car dealer in metro Detroit. The job itself sucked, but the cars, they were exceptional. Amidst a sea of Tiptronic Porsche Boxsters, first-gen Mercedes-Benz SLKs and abused second-generation Range Rovers, there were some real gems.

Traditional Chariot Of Grandeur Gets A Few Upgrades

A bit of British nobility floods the senses when piloting the 2014 Jaguar XJ. It's an emotional rush, a perception based on physical surroundings that influence the mind in much the same manner that a stein of pilsner tastes best when consumed in a German beer garden and no sand is softer than that found on a warm Caribbean beach. Jaguar has been assembling cars for nearly 100 years, and few automakers are as equally adept at capturing aristocracy and timelessness within the rich cabins of their

A Supercharged Power Wagon Worthy Of The Nürburgring

We'd consider giving up vital organs for the opportunity to drive any number of vehicles on the Nürburgring: supercars, racecars, track cars, even hot hatches... but a station wagon? That might not seem like a top choice at first blush, but this is no ordinary wagon. This is the Jaguar XFR-S Sportbrake.

Like A Stiff Shot Of Icy Jag-ermeister

This is it. This is the nasty cat we've been hankering for most. Whereas the Jaguar F-Type convertible remains the company's purest expression of lifestyle fun and expendable income, it's this coupe version that originally stole our eyeballs and never gave them back when it debuted as the C-X16 Concept way back at the 2011 Frankfurt Motor Show. And now we've had an early turn at driving the most potent variant, the Jaguar F-Type R Coupe.

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