The Jaguar XKR-S Convertible is a little bit unhinged. But in a good way, of course. Andy Enright reports.
The 186mph Jaguar XKR-S shows what happens when Jaguar take the gloves off. Andy Enright reports.
Jaguar's charismatic V8 is better still in the open air. Steve Walker takes a look at the XKR Convertible.
For too long, British sports coupes came with a list of caveats as long as your arm. Here's one that needs no excuses - Jaguar's XKR. By Andy Enright
Jaguar's fastest range is looking better than ever and just as good to drive, as Jonathan Crouch discovers.
With a 550PS supercharged 5.0-litre V8 under its bonnet, the Jaguar XJR is one of the sector's heaviest hitters. Andy Enright welcomes it back.
Jaguar's rejuvenated XJ luxury saloon is more than just limo that handles. The Sport pack adds attitude, too. Steve Walker takes a look.
If asked to choose the best Jaguar XJ variant, the long wheelbase diesel model would certainly get Andy Enright's vote.
Jaguar has replaced the 5.0-litre V8 in the XJ with a far more efficient supercharged 3.0-litre engine. Andy Enright takes a look.
It's the 3.0 V6 diesel models that most Jaguar XJ customers will be forced to settle for but they don't feel like much of a compromise. Steve Walker reports.
Jaguar's rejuvenation continues with the latest version of its XJ luxury saloon. Jonathan Crouch reacquaints himself with it
Jaguar's XF saloon has gained a reputation as a low key, refined smoothie. The outrageous XFR-S might well change that. Andy Enright reports.
Jaguar's refreshed XFR is more desirable than ever and remains the supersaloon BMW and Mercedes have to beat, as Jonathan Crouch reports.
The Jaguar XF Sportbrake offers a little extra practicality for potential XF customers. Andy Enright reports.
Jaguar's finessed XF has a wide choice of engines but Andy Enright wonders if the 3.0-litre diesel might be the best of the lot.
Jaguar's refreshed XF saloon has serious business appeal as a tax-friendly, four-cylinder diesel. A new benchmark? Andy Enright decides.
Jaguar's XF 2.2-litre diesel saloon has done well in 200PS form. Now here's one with a little less under the bonnet; the 163PS version. Andy Enright reports.
Jaguar has refined its XF model still further for the latest model year with a more frugality and extra features. Jonathan Crouch reports.