Saturday, July 21, 2018

Jaguar F-Pace ‘S’ – 3.0L 300PS AWD

Power and Efficiency: The F-Pace I had on test was powered by a 3.0 litre V6 turbocharged Diesel engine that had 300PS on tap - and boasts a mind blowing top speed of 150mph, plus a 0-60 time of 5.8 seconds. Fuel consumption is also very good with a combined figure of 47.1 mpg. Jaguar really has made big strides...

Jaguar F-Pace – R-Sport 2.0d 180PS AWD Review

At first you might look at the all new F-Pace and think OK, it’s just another SUV that looks just like all the others currently on the market – so, why should I bother looking any further. Well – I have a few good reasons why you should; firstly it’s actually a very good looking SUV and secondly - it’s...

Jaguar XE R-Sport 2.0 Review

This week’s review of the XE R-Sport will be very easy to explain - but it will also be a very short review I’m afraid– This is because not only do I like how the XE R-Sport looks, but I also like how it made me feel: epic. When I road tested the standard XE model a few months ago...

Jaguar to put F-Type R’s supercharged V8 into the F-Pace

When it comes to sports cars and performance sedans, Jaguar are on a bit of a roll at the moment - what with their bad-ass F-Type XFR vehicles. But as for the F-Pace, is the range-topping 283kW model going to be as hot as it gets? Will Jaguar shy away from going up against the BMW X5 M, or...

Jaguar puts a bullet in the C-X75, future XF and XE Sportbrakes

Jaguar has officially killed off their C-X75 sports car project, with the British automaker providing final confirmation this week that it has decided to permanently shelve the project. The move comes just 6 years after the marque proudly revealed the concept version of the car back in 2010, which was originally slated to enter production in 2011. Before that...

Jaguar F-Pace undergoes testing

Jaguar's upcoming performance crossover SUV, the F-Pace, has been subjected to one of the most demanding torture tests ever devised by the company. The F-Pace spent a great deal of time at Jaguar Land Rover's vehicle test facility in Northern Sweden - an area which rarely sees average winter temperatures above -15°C and often drop below -40°C. It is demanding...

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