The Jaguar F-Type is an absolutely wonderful car and is a sign of more great things to come from the people at Jaguar. With it's arrival we also see the departure of the old XK, which probably was never the greatest thing on the road but still rather charming.
The latest news out of Britain is that the Jaguar XK is no more. Blame it on a hot young thing called the Jaguar F-Type.
This is the 2011 Jaguar XJ. It looks nothing like the XJ that came before it, or the XJ that came before that. Its interior is a temple to the word "shiny." Is this what Jaguar needs to move forward?
Now here's a QOTD that's sure to get the single-interest fanatics swinging their sabers at the neck-pipes of perceived infidels, but we're hoping that y'all can dredge up some, like, objectivity here: Which I6 engine is most legendary?
A cost many forget when buying a new car is that with different cars come different insurance prices. Want to know why? We'll show you with this list of the 20 most expensive cars to insure for 2009.
The 2010 Jaguar XKR gets a head to toe technical makeover, with new electronically controlled dampers and a much more powerful engine. But it still looks basically the same. That's good.
As far as facelifts go, we’d say the 2010 Jaguar XK is more Demi Moore than Joan Rivers, but its what’s inside that really piques our interest: the new XK gets a rotary drive selector.
The Jaguar XKR is undeniably a sexy beast of a car. That being said, adding an "S" to the end of the name, tweaking the suspension and tires, and futzing with the nose styling apparently doesn't add up to a car fast enough to justify US sales. Jag USA has decided the S model, having the same 175 MPH top speed and same…