British car manufacturer Jaguar is famed across the globe for its luxury vehicles, in particular the classic 1961 E-Type sports car. Jaguar merged with Land Rover in 2008, and they share a headquarters in Coventry, England.
Jaguar’s current range includes sports cars, executive saloons and luxury SUVs. The company’s most affordable model is the XE sports saloon, and its most expensive is the top-spec version of the F-Type convertible sports car.
All new Jaguar vehicles come with a three-year warranty as standard, with the option to extend it by 12 months. Jaguar-approved used vehicles (under five years of age) are covered by a two-year warranty.
Jaguar began in 1922 as the Swallow Sidecar Company, manufacturers of motorcycle sidecars. The company branched out into cars in 1934, and changed its name to Jaguar in 1945. Here are a few more things you may not know about Jaguar:
In 1957 Jaguar released the XKSS, often referred to as the world’s first supercar. Jaguar plans to rebuild the car to its exact original specifications. Only nine of these XKSS replicas are available, each costing in excess of £1million.
Jaguar offers a range of luxury vehicles, from sports cars to SUVs. Here are four of the most popular Jaguars:
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