Jaguar is one of several British car companies that have “jumped the pond” so to speak and offers a trio of cars that excel when it comes to luxury and performance.
Starting things off is the entry-level XF, although there’s nothing really entry-level about it. A luxury sport sedan, the XF offers a trio of V-8s (two of them supercharged) and a six-speed automatic with paddle shifters, which make the XF one of the most intriguing drives in its class.
The XK luxury sports coupe/convertible receives got updated styling for 2012, and in 2013 add a new Touring trim which lowers the base price. A navigation system, dual-zone automatic climate control, and leather upholstery come standard. For those who want even more power, the XKR and limited-edition XKR-S trims take the XK’s performance to whole other level.
At the top of the Jaguar lineup is the flagship XJ full-size luxury sedan, which is also available in a long-wheelbase version (XJL) that features reclining rear seats. The cabin is full of luxurious and advanced technological features such as a navigation system with an 8-inch touch screen, heated and ventilated front seats, and a stereo with HD radio and hard drive storage. If you get tired of checking out the interior around, then check out the sky passing overhead through the panoramic glass moonroof.