If asked to choose the best Jaguar XJ variant, the long wheelbase diesel model would certainly get Jonathan Crouch's vote.
With a 550PS supercharged 5.0-litre V8 under its bonnet, the Jaguar XJR is one of the sector's heaviest hitters. Jonathan Crouch welcomes it back.
If you don't want a 3.0-litre diesel in your Jaguar XJ, then the option is a surprisingly efficient supercharged 3.0-litre petrol engine. Jonathan Crouch takes a look.
Jaguar are entering unknown territory with their new F-PACE SUV, having never made anything approaching a 4x4. Although a necessity in the modern marketplace, can such a vehicle ever be a true Jaguar?
Jaguar's mid-sized luxury SUV has proved to be an impressive contender. But how does it stack up in pricier F-PACE S 3.0-litre Diesel guise? Jonathan Crouch drives it.
Jaguar's F-TYPE convertible now offers the keen driver even more options. Jonathan Crouch reports.
Jaguar's F-TYPE Coupe gets further enhancements that will appeal to keen drivers. This story keeps getting better and better, as Jonathan Crouch reports.
Is the all-wheel drive V6 S the sweet spot in Jaguar's F-TYPE Coupe range? Jonathan Crouch weighs its case.
Jaguar's F-TYPE Coupe really takes the gloves off in 5.0-litre R guise. Jonathan Crouch reports.
Jaguar's XE has been tasked with selling in bigger numbers than any Jaguar before it. Jonathan Crouch assesses its chances in a compact executive sector packed with talent.
The second generation Jaguar XF offers a welcome alternative to executives tired of Teutonic efficiency. June Neary tries It
The Jaguar XF has evolved and improved, now offering a class-leading package that includes the brand's Ingenium diesel engines and AWD. Jonathan Crouch takes a look at the latest version.
The Jaguar XF sells most widely in 2.2-litre Diesel guise. Jonathan Crouch tries it.
Jaguar's top of the line 3.0-litre diesel XF combines elegant design, withdecent fuel economy and blistering performance. The experts at Car & Driving take a look.
The Jaguar XF Sportbrake offers a little extra practicality for potential XF customers. Jonathan Crouch reports.