Here we go again, Jaguar is about to issue more recalls to fix possible brake issues on the popular XJ sedan.
Jaguar hit an automotive home run with the launch of the F-Type in 2013 but they can’t rest on this past success, they have to keep the hits coming or they will lose the momentum gained.
Jaguar is rumored to unveil the all-new XF sedan at the New York Auto Show in April of 2015, but could we get a special treat and see something new at the NAIAS in January of 2015?
Jaguar may not ever build the 850 horsepower hybrid supercar but rumors are swirling that the C-X75 will make its movie debut in the new James Bond film Spectre.
The 2015 Jaguar XK comes in a coupe or convertible edition and in three different models: an XK, an XKR, and the XKR-S.
The rich and storied history of the automobile known as Jaguar is unlike most other cars on the road today; most of them do not pose the power to change the mindset of the owner.
In recent years recalls have become a serious problem for some automakers and now it looks like Jaguar is the latest to be hit with an issue.
I had no idea that a couple of my recent articles would cause such a stir with the loyal Jaguar fans.
The all-new 2015 Jaguar XF is a sport sedan that will go head-to-head with the other sedans from BMW, Mercedes Benz, Volvo, Audi, and Lexus.
When Jaguar released the F-Type in 2014 it was a whole new car and the first new roadster in 40 years. I attended and covered the launch/1st look event at my local Jaguar dealer.
The words station wagon can send shivers up the back of most sports car fans, but if Jaguar builds this new Sportbrake edition of the all new XE sedan coming out soon, it promises to be a head turn