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2021 Jaguar XF gets a major update

2021 Jaguar XF gets a major update

With 5 years under its belt since the second generation’s reveal, it was high time that Jaguar updated its executive sedan, the Jaguar XF. Here it is with a mid-cycle facelift that gives the 2021 XF subtle styling changes and some tech updates.

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2018 Jaguar F-Pace, XE and XF get new 4-cylinder engine option

2018 Jaguar F-Pace, XE and XF get new 4-cylinder engine option

Jaguar has announced changes to their 2018 F-Pace, XE and XF models, including a new “Ingenium” 4-cylinder engine for all three models. It replaces the older 4-cylinder Ecoboost-derived turbo motor that was bummed off of Ford and did duty in the base XE, the Land Rover Discovery Sport and the Range Rover Evoque. Expect the latter two to get the new engine soon.

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So we got a 2016 Jaguar XF 35t R-Sport

So we got a 2016 Jaguar XF 35t R-Sport

The Jaguar XF is quite possibly the most physically-attractive midsize luxo-sedan in recent times, without quite delving into the realm of those “four-door coupe” thingies. But it was compromised in its functionality as a, you know, midsize luxo-sedan due to that same attractive styling. Jaguar has now addressed it with their all-new-from-the-ground-up XF.

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First drive: 2015 Jaguar F-Type R, F-Type V6, XJ and XF-RS at Yas Marina Abu Dhabi UAE

First drive: 2015 Jaguar F-Type R, F-Type V6, XJ and XF-RS at Yas Marina Abu Dhabi UAE

Jaguar is one of the few brands that often sets up track days for potential as well as existing customers, to show a side of their cars that wouldn’t be apparent in a regular test-drive. Their latest event was held at the Yas Marina circuit a couple of months ago, and the media was invited to have a go at their range of cars as well.

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So we got a 2014 Jaguar XFR-S

So we got a 2014 Jaguar XFR-S


Truth be told, we’ve become a bit bored with super-sedans nowadays. They look like their cheaper brethren, with a few subtle styling tweaks that only nerds notice, while packing a big motor whose power you cannot use anywhere legally. Big deal. We like the way Jaguar did it though — the XFR-S styling tweaks are a little more aggressive than the norm, while the motor makes all sorts of real supercar noises, even when parked. Eat your heart out, BMW.

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