The 1988 Jaguar XJR-9 is the only survivor of the purpose-built IMSA (International Motor Sports Association) spec racecars.
How often do you get to strap into a new Jaguar performance vehicle and put the pedal to the metal?
Let’s take a look at the 1973 Jaguar XKE and see why it was so special. For starters it was offered with the new 5.3 liter (V12) engine pushing 360 horsepower.
As I stated in part 1 of my 2015 forecast for the Jaguar brand, the consumers today are hard to please and they want more for their money.
How much faith do you put into feedback and customer reviews when you are thinking of making a big purchase?
Christmas is the time of year when we love to give gifts to our loved ones, but many of us also love to get gifts.
The volatility of the Russian economy and the rouble looks to continue on into 2015 and its value has more than halved against the dollar in 2014.