England’s Jaguar brand is noted for building cars offering a combination of grace, space and pace.
And indeed, when it comes to combining luxury features with high performance and graceful styling, Jaguar has few peers.
While there have been a number of attractive new Jaguar cars over the years, the first truly iconic Jaguar model was the company’s 1948 XK-120 sports car. Capable of an honest 120 miles per hour, the car lived up to its nomenclature. An instant success, the Jaguar also flaunted some of the most seductively curvaceous bodywork ever seen up to that point.
Interestingly, the engine employed for the XK-120 was so advanced it formed the basis of every Jaguar engine until 1992—including the one installed in what many observers have called the most beautiful car the world has ever known, the Jaguar E-type (also known as the Jaguar XX-E). In fact, an example of the Jaguar E-type is one of only three cars displayed at the Museum of Modern Art in New York City.
Today, Jaguar offers a collection of sedans, coupes, convertibles, and a roadster. Exceptionally attractive cars all, they comprise a collection of some of the most desirable models on the road. Autobytel’s Jaguar reviews deliver insights into their styling, engines, interior treatments, and safety equipment. To ensure you the capability of making informed purchase decisions, our panel of trusted professional automotive reviewers has thoroughly tested each new model in order to offer our honest evaluation in these Jaguar reviews so you can see how they compare to other cars in their categories.