Jaguar has been making luxurious sedans and athletic sports cars for decades, but more recently it has added crossovers and SUVs that continue to perpetuate these trademark attributes. The automaker currently partners with another iconic British brand—Land Rover—under the Jaguar Land Rover umbrella. While models such as the mid-size XF sedan and the hot-bodied F-type sports car cater to wealthier customers, alternatives such as the subcompact E-Pace crossover allow mainstream consumers to join the company's exclusive club. The fashionable I-Pace represents its first pure-electric vehicle—it's a blast to drive.
The Jaguar E-Pace is a subcompact luxury crossover that offsets its small back seat and hefty price tag with a stylish design and playful driving manners.
If you like the idea of parking an F-type sports car in your driveway but need something that will accommodate your family, Jaguar's F-Pace SUV is a suitable alternative.
The 2022 Jaguar F-Pace is one of the most beautifully designed SUVs, and the SVR variant adds fire-breathing V-8 to go along with its great looks.
The Jaguar F-type looks beautiful and sounds incredible, but a small interior and so-so performance stats make it less desirable than better sports cars.
With a statement-making design and enjoyable driving manners, the Jaguar I-Pace is an exciting option among electric vehicles, but it's not a game changer.
The Jaguar XF is currently the only sedan sold by the British brand, and its combination of style and driver satisfaction remain attractive.
The Jaguar E-Pace isn't the classiest or sportiest subcompact luxury crossover, but its charming appearance and playful handling are worthy of praise.
The 2021 Jaguar F-Pace is the luxury automaker's best-selling model, a sexy, sharp-driving two-row SUV that's appropriately frisky.
The weapons-grade variant of Jaguar's SUV, the 2021 F-Pace SVR takes the lovely design and smooth ride of the base ute and adds V-8 thrust.
The F-type is a beautiful sports car that sounds great with six or eight cylinders, but it'll underwhelm driving purists and anyone who's driven a Porsche 911.
Until the next-gen XJ arrives, the 2021 XF is Jaguar's sole sedan, so the company cut its price and added copious updates to increase its appeal.
With unmistakable styling and a mostly tranquil ride, the E-Pace is curiously engaging to drive but not as sophisticated as expected.
Along with sharp driving responses and a spacious cabin, the 2020 Jaguar F-Pace is a flashy and functional crossover from the maker of iconic luxury sedans.
The F-Pace SVR is an irresistible blend of blistering performance, road-gripping handling, stylish design, and lots of cargo space.
From its long hood to its wide rear haunches, the F-type is one slinky stunner.
The F-type R/SVR boasts an exterior design that's as tailored as a tuxedo, but don't be fooled: Underneath it all, this talented Brit places its emphasis on raw power.
With a unique design inside and out, the all-electric 2020 Jaguar I-Pace both improves EV street cred and proves the species can be engaging behind the wheel.
With handsome looks, athletic driving moves, and a solid warranty, the XE is a competitive small luxury sedan.
The 2020 Jaguar XF is a rare and refined sedan for those who prioritize comfort, want to be noticed, and have deep pockets.
Jaguar's rarified branding spreads into a rarely spied station wagon and creates the sophisticated 2020 XF Sportbrake.
The Jaguar E-Pace passes the eye test with flashy visuals and pegs the fun meter with playful driving responses.
A true triple threat of the automotive world, the F-Pace combines the practicality of a crossover, the driving enjoyment of a sports sedan, and the unimpeachable styling of a modern Jaguar.
Just when you thought Jaguar’s compact SUV couldn’t get any fiercer, along comes the high-performance F-Pace SVR.
From its long hood to its wide rear haunches, the 2019 Jaguar F-type is one slinky stunner.
As Jaguar’s most powerful and athletic offering, the F-type R coupe—and convertible—combine brute force with gorgeous sheetmetal.
The 2019 I-Pace is Jaguar's first all-electric vehicle, and its sleek bodywork and cutting-edge cabin make it one of the most fashionable EV's on the market.
With sharp handling and strong brakes, the XE is a sports sedan that plays heavily toward the sport.
The ravishing 2019 Jaguar XF moves with graceful intensity and shuttles the affluent in quiet comfort.
The supremely attractive and incredibly useful 2019 Jaguar XF Sportbrake sets wagon lovers' hearts aflutter.
As the only Brit in a segment ruled by Germans, the Jaguar XJ has a lot on its shoulders—a weight it bears remarkably well.
The Jaguar XJR575 is a luxury sedan with huge power that trades blows with the best bigs from Audi, BMW, and Mercedes-Benz.
The E-Pace can be fun to drive, but it lacks the sophistication expected from the Jaguar name—and price.
The 2018 Jaguar F-Pace impressively blends luxury accommodations with driving enjoyment, practical cargo room, and a ton of character.
The 2018 Jaguar F-type is beautiful, quick, and thrilling to drive, but it's not a viable alternative to the best in its class if performance is a priority.
The 2018 Jaguar XE is a handsome, well-equipped luxury sport sedan that leans heavily toward the sport side of the equation.
The 2018 Jaguar XF luxury sedan has exquisite styling, a comfortable ride, and plenty of standard features, but on the road it's outperformed by several rivals.
The 2018 Jaguar XF Sportbrake offers a sporty driving experience in a wagon with loads of standard features and generous cargo room.
The F-type is beautiful, quick, and thrilling to drive, but in outright performance it trails the best in its class.
Attractive and well-equipped, the Jaguar XE has the handling prowess buyers expect in a sports sedan.
With its sophisticated design, plush interior, and supple ride, the XF will appeal to buyers who prioritize style and comfort over outright performance.
With swooping lines and traditional British styling, the XK is the quintessential grand touring car in the Jaguar range.
With track-tuned suspensions, the XKR and XKR-S deliver brutal performance.
Jaguar’s first entry in the mid-size SUV genre will be the J-Pace, which we expect to launch soon.