Jaguar Reviews

7/10
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The average score of all new Jaguar models on sale.
£28,930 - £118,235
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£6,600
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9 Jaguar models

AVG. SAVING £2,593
6/10
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£28,930 - £48,900
A good-looking SUV that’s both sporty and practical
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AVG. SAVING £3,485
7/10
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£36,520 - £54,440
Sporty crossover with great looks
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AVG. SAVING £8,209
8/10
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£59,610 - £118,235
Gorgeous convertible sports car is loud, fast and thrilling
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AVG. SAVING £7,655
8/10
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£54,125 - £112,750
Loud sports car is fast and hugely entertaining
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8/10
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£63,495 - £81,495
A sporty electric SUV with a big boot
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AVG. SAVING £4,245
6/10
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£31,505 - £42,580
One of the best small executive cars you can buy
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AVG. SAVING £4,782
7/10
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£34,145 - £52,010
Drives as good as it looks, and now more practical
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AVG. SAVING £4,650
7/10
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£36,545 - £54,010
A stylish estate with lots of boot space and a great driving experience
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AVG. SAVING £17,867
6/10
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£62,360 - £83,105
A luxury limo that’s rewarding to drive
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About Jaguar cars

Jaguar has moved on in leaps and bounds since the days when it was owned by Ford. Its newest models all receive superb reviews and often compete for the top spot in their respective classes.

The XE, XF and XJ provide quintessentially British takes on the executive saloon car, making them popular among many buyers looking for a change from the usual German offerings. Meanwhile, the electric I-Pace promises to take the world by storm when it goes on sale in the coming year.

Jaguar hasn’t completely abandoned its roots, however. The fabulous F-Type combines gorgeous styling with a great selection of engines and an exhaust note to die for – everything the modern sportscar driver needs.