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The essence of Jaguar’s tagline, “The Art of Performance”, is mainlined into all of its automobiles. Aesthetically, all of Jaguar’s new vehicles carry a conspicuous air of sophistication that exudes the owner’s social and financial status. That ethos is carried through into the cabin, along with an array of modern creature comforts and conveniences to remind the privileged pilot of their success. Meanwhile, beneath the exterior of every Jaguar automobile is everything needed to ensure an enjoyable, poised, and luxurious driving experience. Ultimately, the brand is synonymous with professionalism and class - whether it be to bolster a businessperson’s repute or consummate a retiree’s leisure pursuit.

The Jaguar Lineup

  • Coupe and Convertibles: Jaguar’s sports cars and latest F-type models are ideal for the retiree’s of the business world. They’re sporty, capable, and luxurious, and embrace the ethos of lifestyle living. There are two grades within the all-new F range for 2021; the standard variant proffers tempered acceleration and handling characteristics befitting of its classy demeanor, though a more powerful powertrain setup is optionable. The R is now the most powerful, most performance-centric nameplate from the line, with 575 horsepower supercharged from its V8; meaning it surpasses last year’s specialized edition, the SVR. The R version is also comprehensively outfitted with specially tuned underpinnings.
  • Sedans: There are two saloons within Jaguars’ newest lot. The compact XE and the midsize XF. Both have a 2.0-liter turbocharged inline-four engine and eight-speed automatic gearbox running things at the base level with a rear-wheel-drivetrain standard and an all-wheel-drive available. The top-tier S trim is the midsize saloon’s sport-purposed edition, with a 3.0-liter supercharged V8 and an array of specialized mechanics and technologies qualifying this Jaguar’s cost. Take either of these motors for a test drive, however and you’ll see why their rankings are so mediocre compared to other offerings.
  • SUVs and Crossovers: Jag’s SUV selection is as diverse as these utilities are versatile. There are performance-focused variants, balanced all-rounders, and even an efficiency-minded EV; all are displayed at reasonable prices for Jaguars. Another commonality here is that every nameplate looks exceptional in photos, with numerous colors adorning their futuristic and athletic designs. A 2.0L turbo-four, automated gearbox, and AWD setup are also the favored composition for this class, with a V6 and a V8 mill specified to the more exciting variants.
  • Wagons: Sport-wagons may not be all that popular in the USA but they are, by virtue of their design, the perfect classification for the brand for its performance versatility and everyday livability and practicality. These types of automobiles have gained a sense of exclusivity as well, being that Jag is one of the only automakers still producing them. The XF Sportbrake is the latest car and the only option from this segment; with either a 296-hp turbocharged four-cylinder or 380-hp supercharged V6 under the hood, an eight-speed auto transmission, a permanent AWD system, and a sport-tuned suspension, this is one of the best wagons still available on the US market.

Prices of Jaguar’s Vehicles

Model Power Engine Base Price
Jaguar E-Pace 246 hp 2.0L Turbo Inline-4 Gas $39,950
Jaguar S-Type 235 hp 3.0L V6 Gas $48,335
Jaguar X-Type Sedan 227 hp 3.0L V6 Gas $35,060
Jaguar F-Pace SVR 550 hp 5.0L Supercharged V8 Gas $80,600
Jaguar I-Pace 394 hp Electric $69,850
Jaguar F-Type Coupe 296 hp 2.0L Turbo Inline-4 Gas $61,600
Jaguar XE SV 592 hp 5.0L Supercharged V8 Gas $187,500
Jaguar XFR 510 hp 5.0L Supercharged V8 Gas $83,550
Jaguar XJR 575 hp 5.0L Supercharged V8 Gas $122,700
Jaguar XK Convertible 385 hp 5.0L V8 Gas $90,500

What to Consider Before Buying

The Jaguar lineup is relatively straightforward, with only a few select nameplates for every high-end classification. You probably know what type of Jaguar model you’re looking for but we still recommend that every prospective buyer drop by CarBuzz’s buyer’s guide and shopping tools section. Here, there are in-depth reviews on all of Jaguar’s best cars and every other new and used vehicle up for sale on the American market. The reviews include details on price, performance specs, features, mileage, and even safety and reliability with BuzzScore ratings given to each. There are pictures, too, and an easy-to-use comparison tool that allow shoppers to compare rival offerings against one another.

FAQs About New Jaguar Models

Is the I-Pace a good EV?

According to CarBuzz, it’s one of the best EVs out there, primarily because of its magnificent feel on the road and its attractive, stand-out aesthetics. Its actual driving distance and battery consumption efficiency estimates are otherwise relatively average.

What’s the best sports-car from Jaguar?

From the 2020 Jaguar model list comes the SVJ F-Type Coupe. Under its hood is a 5.0-liter V8 supercharged engine with outputs of 575 hp. This mill gets the AWD coupe from 0-60 mph in just 3.5 seconds, with a top speed of 200 mph.

What’s the most affordable car from Jaguar?

The 2020 Jaguar XE is the cheapest new Jaguar from the 2020 range. The base S trim in the Jag cars lineup carries a starting MSRP of around $40,000 with the top-tier R-Dynamic spec coming in at a cost of around $46,000.
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