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Jaguar buying guide

What Jaguar models are there?

The Jaguar XE is a saloon that you might compare a BMW 3 Series against. Jaguar’s effort has exclusivity on its side, plus svelte styling and a high-tech interior. Like the BMW, it offers a sporty drive. Both petrol and diesel engines are available in the XE, with the latter being a strong choice for high-mileage drivers.

For a more spacious saloon, consider the XF. This BMW 5 Series rival is also available as a Sportbrake estate, and both body styles offer a sporty yet comfortable driving experience. It’s typically more affordable than its German rivals, but still makes you feel special nonetheless. Other large saloons are more economical than the Jaguar, however.

Jaguar might be moving towards SUVs and electric cars, but there’s still room for a sports car to tie in with the brand’s racing heritage. If you don’t quite fancy a Porsche 911, the Jaguar F-Type should hit the spot. There are powerful V6 and V8 petrol engines, plus the choice of fixed-roof coupe and folding-roof convertible styles. Whichever you pick, you’re guaranteed head-turning looks and a thrilling driving experience.

Which Jaguar models are SUVs?

The British brand’s smaller SUV is called the E-Pace. Underneath, it’s similar to the Range Rover Evoque, while the bodywork is designed to look a little like the F-Type. In 2021, the E-Pace was tweaked with the aim of improving the handling and the infotainment software. A plug-in hybrid model was also introduced and, if you keep the battery topped up, it’ll be the cheapest E-Pace to run.

Above that is the F-Pace. There are few drawbacks – it’s great to drive, has a classy interior, is very spacious and now has economical hybrid options. Like the E-Pace, a plug-in hybrid engine was introduced in a recent facelift, and you can spot facelifted cars by their L-shaped LED headlight cluster inserts.


Jaguar has work to do in this area, with poor results for reliability. However, that doesn’t mean that a used Jaguar is a ticking time bomb: many cars work as they should. For peace of mind, consider taking out a Motorpoint Extended Warranty for a few pounds a month.

Jaguar’s first electric car is called the I-Pace. Its unconventional looks place it somewhere between a large hatchback and an SUV but, despite the futuristic styling and powertrain, it retains some of Jaguar’s hallmarks. For instance, it’s one of the very best electric cars to drive, and is mostly comfortable too. Expect around 220-250 miles from a full charge.

On some Jaguar models, Portfolio trim level represents the entry-level offering. Although, as Jaguar is a premium brand, you’re still guaranteed a pleasant interior with lots of high-end materials and a long list of features. Jaguar has replaced Portfolio with an ‘S’ trim for its newer models.

R-Dynamic is the name of the brand’s sporty body kit option – a bit like Audi’s S Line or BMW’s M Sport. But because Jaguar’s trim level lineup isn’t the most straightforward, once you’ve chosen R-Dynamic there are still multiple versions available. These are usually R-Dynamic S, R-Dynamic SE and R-Dynamic HSE, with each one getting bigger wheels and more equipment than the last.

The fire-breathing but thirsty model at the top of the F-Pace lineup is badged SVR. These cars come from Jaguar Land Rover’s Special Vehicle Operations department, and pack a supercharged 5.0-litre V8 petrol engine with a huge 542bhp. The Jaguar F-Pace SVR might be the wrong side of two tonnes, but it accelerates from 0-62mph in just four seconds.

More recent Jaguar models are fitted with an infotainment system called ‘Pivi Pro’, which usually features an 11.4-inch touchscreen. It’s the company’s best media system yet, and is as good as any of the systems in rival cars, which hasn’t been the case with previous systems. It has simplified menus, better graphics and quicker loading times, and its built-in sim means you’re connected even if your phone isn’t present.

Some Jaguar and Land Rover models have a digital rear-view mirror, which can switch from a normal view to a feed of the rear-mounted camera. This is designed to make sure you have a clear view behind even if the car is fully loaded with people or luggage.

Our flexible finance options allow you to drive a used Jaguar with affordable monthly payments. Motorpoint offers Personal Contract Purchase (PCP) or Hire Purchase (HP) deals.