Jaguar - used car research
Top^From 2010 to Now
Released: Mar 2018
The E-Pace became the second SUV in Jaguar’s range when it launched locally in March 2018, with buyers offered a huge range of choice regarding specification and powertrains.
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Released: Jul 2016
Jaguar finally launched its first ever SUV in mid-2016, with the F-Pace coming in as a rival for high-riding BMWs, Audis, Mercedes and Porsches, but with a difference.
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Released: Aug 2015
Jaguar took a big leap in 2015 by returning to the premium small-to-mid-size segment and daring to take on the BMW 3 Series, Mercedes-Benz C-Class and Audi A4 with its all-new XE.
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Released: Jul 2013
JAGUAR has re-entered the compact sports car market with the F-Type.
Slotting in for the E-Type after nearly a 40-year gap, the rear-drive two-seater open convertible adopts an all-aluminium body and advanced double-wishbone suspension, in order to take the fight up to the Porsche Boxster and 911.
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Top^From 2000 to 2009
Released: Apr 2008
Jaguar started with a completely fresh sheet of paper to design the XF – the long-awaited replacement for the largely unloved nine year-old S-Type, which never really lived up to expectations for the British company.
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Released: Sep 2001
Discontinued: Jun 2010
Ford's decision to develop the front and all-wheel drive X-Type 3 Series rival off the competent Mk2 Mondeo platform was the least of this car's worries, as its dull styling inside and out kept buyers away from Jaguar's showrooms.
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Top^From 1990 to 1999
Released: Mar 1999
Discontinued: May 2008
Twinned with an American Lincoln model, the S-Type was meant to rob the BMW 5 Series of sales. But dowdy styling and many rough edges put paid to that, although Jaguar has steadily improved the S to the point where it is now a great driver's car.
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Released: Oct 1996
Discontinued: Mar 2015
With styling elements mixing the E-Type and stillborn F-Type, the XK of 1996 was met with praise and admiration worldwide - even though the chassis underneath was that of the 1975 Jaguar XJ-S coupe. At least the XK was also a close cousin of the beautiful Aston Martin DB-7.
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Top^From 1960 to 1989
Released: Apr 1969
The definitive modern Jaguar, the XJ's sensuous styling had proven a great drawcard for luxury car buyers throughout the first and second-generation models' run. By 2003, the styling's familiarity has proven to be a hindrance so it was all change in 2010 when a thoroughly modern redesign hit Australia.
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