Jaguar sold 83,980 cars last year, making it the 25th best-selling manufacturer in the UK. Their fastest selling model in 2016 is also their newest, the Jaguar F-Pace Crossover. A frequent choice for F-Pace buyers is the 2.0 Portfolio, which is more fuel efficient than the 3.0 V6 S. Staff at AutoeBid love the Caesium Blue colour available on the Jaguar F-Pace.
The F-PACE takes Jaguar in a bold and different direction and will be crucial to the brand's future if it's to expand its sales and take on key rivals. It brings a well-judged compromise of class, performance and capability to the luxury mid-sized SUV segment that provides a tempting alternative to the established German players in this sector. In short, this car was well worth the wait. Let's try it in potent 3.0-litre Diesel 'F-PACE S' guise.
The F-PACE SUV is quite a risk for Jaguar and not just for the obvious reason. Sure, it's a new type of car for the British brand but it could also tread on the toes of sister brands Land Rover and Range Rover too. Time to find out if that jump into the unknown has paid off.
Jaguar's XF is back. If you thought the Big Three German brands had the executive car sector sewn up, think again. Lighter, more spacious, better looking and a whole lot more efficient, the XF range throws down one enormous gauntlet. Like its German rivals, it can now offer AWD too. And a set of efficiency figures that are tough to beat in this segment.