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New car diary for Jaguar

Make: Jaguar

Model: XF - Sportbrake

Released: Jan 2018

Jaguar will expand its XF range in January to include the Sportbrake wagon, which will be offered with three powertrains consisting of two diesel and one petrol, as well as including a limited Launch Edition variant.

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Make: Jaguar

Model: E-Pace

Released: May 2018

Jaguar’s all-wheel-drive E-Pace small SUV will start at $47,750 before on-roads, undercutting premium German rivals including the BMW X1, Audi Q3 and Mercedes-Benz GLA.

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Make: Jaguar

Model: I-Pace

Approximate: Nov 2018

Jaguar’s first all-electric SUV, the I-Pace, is set to arrive in Australia in the fourth quarter to take on the likes of the Tesla Model X. The I-Pace is motivated by two electric motors on opposing axles, producing a potent 294kW/696Nm.

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Make: Jaguar

Model: F-Type - four-cylinder

Released: Dec 2017

Jaguar will introduce an entry-level four-cylinder version of its F-Type sportscar. Punching out 221kW and 400Nm from the turbocharged 2.0-litre unit, its lighter front-end helps achieve a spirited 5.7 second dash to 100km/h.
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Make: Jaguar

Model: XF - Sportbrake

Released: Nov 2017

Jaguar will introduce its second-generation XF Sportbrake after electing to not locally import the previous model. With similar looks as its sedans sibling, the wagon body style will offer even more luggage space thanks to its big boot.
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Make: Jaguar

Model: F-Type

Released: Jun 2017

Jaguar adds a further two variants to its refreshed F-TYPE range in June, including the limited 400 Sport launch edition. Limited edition's 3.0-litre supercharged V6 is boosted to 294kW along with an upgraded braking system.
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Make: Jaguar

Model: F-Pace

Released: Jul 2016

Jaguar will make its first foray into the SUV market when it releases the F-Pace in July. It will be offered with two petrol and two diesel powertrains, and will start from $74,340 plus on-roads. Size-wise, it will sit somewhere in between the mid-size and large luxury SUV segment.
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Make: Jaguar

Model: XJ

Released: Mar 2016

Jaguar's refreshed flagship XJ sedan will arrive in March, with new tech, subtle styling changes, and an increased price tag. The range is topped by the 404kW 5.0-litre V8-powered XJR.
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Make: Jaguar

Model: XF

Released: Feb 2016

Jaguar is launching its new XF mid-sized sedan in February, offering five engine variants and four levels of spec. Priced between $82,800 and $128,200, it will compete with European rivals such as the BMW 5 Series and Mercedes-Benz E-Class.
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Make: Jaguar

Model: XE

Released: Aug 2015

Jaguar's forthcoming XE sedan will be built on the company's new modular aluminium architecture, meaning it will be flexible enough to accommodate both rear- and all-wheel drive configurations.
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Make: Jaguar

Model: F-Type - AWD

Released: Jun 2015

Jaguar will be releasing an all-wheel driver version of its popular F-Type in both coupe and convertible guise. Arriving at the same time will be a manual gearbox option for select variants.
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Make: Jaguar

Model: F-Type - Coupe

Released: Aug 2014

Following the success of the F-Type Convertible, Jaguar will unleash a Coupe version of its latest sportscar in late 2014, with a 405kW 5.0-litre supercharged V8 ‘R’ variant set to headline the range. A pair of V6 engines will also be available, with all powertrains linked to a ZF eight-speed automatic transmission.
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Make: Jaguar

Model: XJ - XJR

Released: Dec 2013

The big Jaguar XJR gets a power boost up to 404kW over the XJ-S’ 375kW. Mighty supercharged V8 (lifted from the XFR-S) and weight saving aluminium construction are expected to contribute to a sub five-second zero to 100km/h figure.
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Make: Jaguar

Model: F-Type

Released: Aug 2013

Jaguar will add a sporty new convertible to their line-up when the F-Type arrives in Australia mid-2013. The all-aluminium roadster will go head-to-head with the likes of the Porsche Boxster and Mercedes-Benz SLK.
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Make: Jaguar

Model: XF - Sportbrake

Released: Oct 2012

The much-fancied Jaguar XF will get a sleek new wagon variant when the Sportbrake launches locally in late 2012, available by special order only. The stylish Sportbrake isn’t just eye candy, with Jaguar claiming the load area is wide enough to carry a set of golf clubs sideways.
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Make: Jaguar

Model: XK - S

Released: Mar 2012

The XKR-S, with its 405kW of power and 680Nm of torque on tap, will race to 100km/h in just 4.4 seconds and is likely to crash through the $300,000 barrier when it arrives Down Under. Top speed for the fastest series production Jaguar ever is listed at 300km/h, which is 50km/h faster than the XKR.
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Make: Jaguar

Model: XF

Released: Oct 2011

A scowling new face and other cosmetic exterior and interior tweaks will be the most obvious changes to Jaguar's 5 Series rival. Refinement will be improved and a new four-cylinder diesel engine producing 140kW of power and 450Nm of torque will combine with a ZF eight-speed automatic transmission in Jaguar's eco-XF. Revised XFR flagship to appear as well.
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Make: Jaguar

Model: XJ - XJR

Released: Dec 2010

An even higher-performance version of Jaguar’s latest direct-injection, supercharged V8 – with power and torque to eclipse the 375kW/625Nm outputs of the XFR, XKR and XJ Supersports is expected to power the new XJR.
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Make: Jaguar

Model: XJ

Released: Aug 2010

Jaguar's new-generation XJ limousine will be priced below $200,000 when it reaches Australian showrooms by mid 2010. The redesigned flagship made its world motor show debut at the 2009 Frankfurt auto show. The new XJ range will be powered by a 3.0 twin turbo Diesel, 5.0 V8, & 5.0 Supercharged V8.
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Make: Jaguar

Model: XF - Diesel S

Released: Jun 2009

Jaguar will replace its aging 2.7-litre turbo diesel engine in the regular XF model range late in 2009, with a new 3.0-litre twin-turbo 202kW/600Nm engine, which uses 12 per cent less fuel at 6.9L/100km on the European cycle, and can sprint from 0-100km/h in about 6 seconds.
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Make: Jaguar

Model: XF - XFR

Released: Jun 2009

Jaguar is expected to launch its performance XFR in late in 2009. Powered by a supercharged 5.0-litre, direct-injection V8 capable of 0-100km/h in 4.7 seconds. Exterior changes include a bodykit comprising of a new front bumper with chromed lower air intakes, twin bonnet vents, boot spoiler, and quad exhaust.
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Make: Jaguar

Model: X-Type

Released: Jun 2008

Seven years after it first emerged, Jaguar's compact X-Type won't be replaced but given a facelift involving 500 new components. Due here mid-year, the MY09 X sedan's base (2.1 LE) pricing remains unchanged at $53,990, the 2.2D LE costs $55,490 and V6 AWD prices start at $70,000.
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Make: Jaguar

Model: XF

Released: May 2008

Jaguar’s all-new XF luxury sedan replaces the S-Type and is due on sale in May, with an opening price of $105,500 for both the 2.7-litre diesel V6 Luxury and the 3.0-litre petrol V6 Luxury. The XF 4.2-litre petrol V8 Premium Luxury will cost $130,500, with the flagship XF 4.2-litre SV8 at $166,700.
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Make: Jaguar

Model: XJ

Released: Nov 2007

Jaguar chose Geneva to unveil its facelifted 2008 XJ sedan range, due on sale here in the final quarter. Coming in for mostly cosmetic upgrades, the 08MY XJ has a new Jaguar Growler badge, front bumper, XK-style side power vents, a subtle rear decklid spoiler. There are no engine changes.
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Make: Jaguar

Model: XK

Released: Oct 2005

Like the new XJ sedan, the next-gen XK coupe/convertible will adopt some of the stylistic details of the R-D6 Frankfurt motor show concept (pictured). Codenamed X150, the new V8-powered XK8 and XKR will be based on the all-alloy XJ saloon, finally putting the 1975-vintage XJS platform to pasture.
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Make: Jaguar

Model: XJ - LWB

Released: Dec 2004

Based on Jaguar's new XJ large sedan is the long-wheelbase version, which debuted globally at the 2004 New York motor show. To be available Down Under from late this year on an order-only basis, the XJ LWB adds five inches to its donor car's length, 24kg of extra weight and a number of new options.
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Make: Jaguar

Model: X-Type - Estate

Released: Oct 2004

Jaguar continues its volume chase with the X-Type Estate, which goes on sale in Europe in the second quarter of 2004 and is under consideration for sale in Australia. Like the X-Type saloon, the estate can come with four-wheel drive and a choice of V6 engines, plus turbo-diesel propulsion.
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Make: Jaguar

Model: XJ - XJ6

Released: May 2004

Jaguar Australia will revive the historic XJ6 nameplate when it adds a six-cylinder variant to its XJ large sedan range in May. Featuring similar standard equipment to its V8 siblings - including satellite-navigation, television and telephone - the XJ6 will command a smaller $150,000 pricetag.
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