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2016 Models


Jaguar XF

The new updated XF, first launched in 2007, has evolved into a class leader with design, performance and better aerodynamics, with a new engine range, has improved its already excellent fuel efficiency.

This new model has two petrol and two diesel engines, combined with a super-smooth eight speed auto transmission. Some of the vast array of electronic driver assistance are:

  • Throttle mapping for ultra-smooth acceleration over the entire rev. range,
  • Adaptive Damping Control (via the Touch screen)
  • In Control Pro Infotainment System (again via the Touch screen)

The safety features in the XF include emergency braking, lane departure warning system, adaptive cruise/tracking and safe distance warning. The braking system is remarkable! With no hesitation of fade.


Jaguar XE

Jaguar’s new entrant is the brand new compact sporting saloon XE. Top performance with punch provided by either petrol or diesel engines with turbo or supercharged "assistance" with an eight speed ZF auto transmission. The four "models" in the range come with an endless variety of refinements, even in the so called basic model,

The usual comparison with other German/European vehicles will be made but Jaguar XE, has not caught up, it has jumped to the front of the pack.  The suspension, front and rear, permits vertical movement as well as fore-aft "adjustment" in a superb controlled way. With its lightweight construction (75% aluminium) it is a superb road holding, sports car, with luxury cabin and controls.


Jaguar F-Pace

When Jaguar first contemplated adding an SUV to their model range, care had to be exercised as Land Rover like Jaguar is owned by Tata. A five seat configuration rather than, seven of several opposition SUVs was the direction chosen to fit the chosen position in the market.

This "all" aluminum, Ian Callum-designed, vehicle has redefined and exceeded the Company sales expectations. The F-Pace looks like a Jaguar, drives like a Jaguar and most importantly handles like a Jaguar.


Jaguar E-Pace

The E-Pace had its Australian release on Thursday 1st March 2018. This is Jaguar’s second foray into the SUV market. This time in the compact SUV bracket with its unique combination of looks, agility and dynamic driving.

The E-Pace is available in four base variants which introduce the new nomenclature, E-Pace, E-Pace S, E-Pace SE and E-Pace HSE. There are several different trim levels of each and also an E-Pace First Edition.

A choice of four different 2.0L Petrol or Diesel engines with further trim specifications including R-Dynamic versions dependent on engine selection.

The usual array of wheel, lighting and convenience options are available which include driver aids such as Emergency Brake Assist, Rear Camera, Driver Condition Monitoring, Lane Keep Assist, Park Pack and Drive Pack.