When Ford acquired Jaguar Cars, Ltd., in
1989, a veritable Greek chorus of doomsayers lined up to forecast the demise
In a surprising move with possibly veiled intentions, a Jaguar XF with a 2.2 liter diesel engine left New York City early this afternoon en route to Los Angeles.
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Jaguar kills off the XK in style.
For various reasons or another, automotive enthusiasts and journalists have always been enamored with wagons.
Jaguar follows up Mercedes-Benz's chicken commercial.