Many car buyers have purchased Jaguars for their immense beauty as a sports car. The slick inside and exterior detailing can now be found in crossovers and SUVs. Therefore, if you are looking for a vehicle that will turn heads and get you reliably down the road, you need to consider a Jaguar.

Price/Value

Jaguars are a luxury vehicle, making them comparable to Mercedes Benz or Porsche. The company has long been a leader in lightweight aluminum construction. You can count on a Jaguar to look beautiful, regardless of the type of vehicle you are considering.

All options have cutting-edge technology. Since Jaguar cars are loaded with so many features, they are above the average when it comes to price. Therefore, you’ll be in an exclusive class of car owners owning one of these vehicles.

$40,000 – $60,000 E-Pace

Available in three trim levels, the E-Pace is above the average price for compact SUVs. It starts at $39,950. Consumers responding to a survey from J.D. Power made this the top-rated SUV on the market.

$34,000-$69,000 F-Pace

This entry-level SUV is available in 12 trim levels, with the base one starting at $34,000. The average price for a compact SUV is $26,000. Adding features like 10-way heated electric front seats, blind-spot assist or swapping out the engine can quickly increase the price.

$60,000 – $90,000 F-Type

You can find three different trim levels in the Jaguar F-type, with prices starting at $61,600. The coupe has a base tag of $61,600 while the convertible has a starting price of $64,700. By comparison, Ford, Nissan and Mazda all offer convertibles starting at about $26,000, and the average compact car costs $20,000. Swapping the engine and adding features increases this model’s price.

$70,000-$93,000 I-Pace

The I-Pace is the first all-electric car produced by Jaguar. This four-door sedan starts at $69,850.

$30,000-$63,000 XE

The XE is a four-door sports car with a base price of $29,900. Depending on the features you choose, such as all-wheel drive, that price can go up to $63,000.

$51,000-$67,000 XF

The last car in the Jaguar lineup is the XF, which has a base price of $51,100 and can go up to $67,000, depending on whether you want a sedan or a sportbrake and the chosen features.

Beauty and power underscore the Jaguar brand
Depreciation

Like other luxury brands, Jaguars depreciate faster than the average car because they are often traded when new models come out. That can be great news if you are looking to own a used Jaguar.

Reliability

J.D. Power has given the Jaguar its proven performance winner award. This award goes to car manufacturers whose owners report the fewest design and performance issues in the first 90 days after buying a new vehicle. They have also given Jaguar their quality award for being one of the car manufacturers with the fewest performance issues in the first 90 days of ownership.

Jaguar Models

Ever since Tata Motors purchased Jaguar from Ford Motor company in 2008, it has introduced many new models. You can choose between many different Jaguar models, so select the one that is right for you.

E-Pace

The E-Pace is an all-wheel-drive, subcompact, sports-utility vehicle available in six different trim levels. A 246-horsepower 2.0-liter engine powers the base vehicle, and it has a nine-speed automatic transmission. Heated, powered, exterior mirrors are standard equipment along with lane-keep assist and many other features. The top trim level is the R-Dynamic HSE. Some of the extra features at this trim level include 20-inch, five-spoke tires and a fixed panoramic roof.

F-Pace

Jaguar made its first F-pace vehicle in 2017. These sport utility vehicles get a combined total of 24 miles per gallon. A 247 horsepower 2.0-liter engine and an eight-speed automatic transmission come standard in these all-wheel-drive vehicles. You can also choose between twelve different trim levels, with many offering a premium upgrade.

Beauty and power underscore the Jaguar brand
F-Type

Take your choice of either a coupe or a convertible in the Jaguar F-type, which is available at six different trim levels with even more options within some trim levels. The base engine is a 296 horsepower, 2.0-liter engine paired with an eight-speed automatic transmission. Select between all-wheel-drive and rear-wheel-drive vehicles.

I-Pace

The all-wheel-drive electric I-Pace SUV offers three different trim levels. The base level is the S, and it comes with semi-powered seats and park assist 360 degrees. Upgrade to the S.E. level and get Connect Pro and high-speed, emergency braking. The top trim level is the HSE, and it has blind assist and heated leather seats.

XE

Jaguar offers you the choice between a rear-wheel-drive or all-wheel-drive sedan when you are considering the company’s XE vehicle. There are also two trim levels. The XE R-Dynamic S has a more powerful configuration than the XE S.

XF

You can get the Jaguar XF sedan in four different trim levels or the sportbrake in two different trim levels. If you love to drive a performance vehicle, consider the S trim level as it is the only one that comes with a supercharged V6 engine. If you are more concerned about safety, consider the Checkered Flag trim level as it has the most safety features.

Beauty and power underscore the Jaguar brand
Maintenance

Jaguars are an extremely reliable car, so you probably won’t have to fix yours often if you decide to purchase one. On the other hand, like all luxury car brands, the parts can be more expensive. Since fewer of these cars are made, finding parts without having to buy new ones can also be an issue.

Features

Jaguars are loaded with many different comfort and safety features regardless of the model and trim. The driving dynamics of this car are well known, and you are able to choose between a variety of driving features to make sure you get the best car for your needs.

Safety

Most Jaguar cars come with InControl safety features like a lane-departure warning, park assist and high-speed emergency braking. Some options come with rear cameras while other options come with 360-degree cameras. The inside of Jaguar cars is loaded with technology, including touch-free infotainment systems that will connect to Apple and Android smartphones. Many feature heads-up laser displays so that you do not have to take your eyes off the highway.

What’s Next? Future Products

Thierry Bollore, who was with Renault, recently assumed the CEO position at Jaguar. All signs point to the releasing of a newly designed XJ model in 2021. Bollore indicates that this redesign may include using top-quality materials to construct the car while trying to attract people who are not interested or able to afford a large price tag. The vehicle may also have more soft touches in its interior with hand-sewn seats.

The manufacturer may also release an updated XJ that will be an all-electric vehicle. This car is likely to be the first to use Jaguar’s new Modular Longitudinal Architecture (MLA) platform, allowing the car manufacturer to offer electric and gas versions without changing the basic platform.