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  • JAGUAR X300 & X308 – MARKET TRENDS

    JAGUAR X300 & X308 – MARKET TRENDS

    Matt Bell on 16th September 2020

    Are Nineties Jags coming of age? We take a look at the changing prices of two Jaguar X300 cars and two Jaguar X308 cars; the X300 Sport, the X300 XJR, the X308 3.2/4.0 and X308 XJR. 

  • JAGUAR XK150 VS AUSTIN-HEALEY 3000

    JAGUAR XK150 VS AUSTIN-HEALEY 3000

    Matt Bell on 1st September 2020

    Combining period power with curvaceous good looks, this British sporting duo is hard to resist – but which one’s the best buy, Jaguar XK150 or Austin-Healey 3000?

  • TIGER KING: 85 YEARS OF JAGUAR SPORTS CARS

    TIGER KING: 85 YEARS OF JAGUAR SPORTS CARS

    Matt Bell on 4th May 2020

    It's not uncommon for companies to reinvent themselves within the car industry and Jaguar's name change from SS cars to Jaguar 85 years ago was one of the earliest. We look at 85 years of Jaguar sports cars.

  • DAIMLER – THE JAGUAR YEARS

    DAIMLER – THE JAGUAR YEARS

    Matt Bell on 10th February 2020

    The Daimler Motor Company was purchased by Jaguar in 1960 and this long-established marque went on to survive for almost 50 years before being consigned to the history books. We look at a selection of Daimlers built during the turbulent Jaguar years.

  • JAGUAR ENTHUSIASTS’ CLUB LAUNCHES YOUTH GROUP

    JAGUAR ENTHUSIASTS’ CLUB LAUNCHES YOUTH GROUP

    Matt Bell on 10th December 2019

    The Jaguar Enthusiasts’ Club has launched an exciting new initiative to help secure its future. Amidst its tribute display of cars from Jaguar’s past at the recent Lancaster Insurance NEC Classic Motor Show, Tom Robinson and Scarlett Orr kicked off the JEC Young Members' Group for the club.

  • JAGUAR S-TYPE 20 YEARS ON

    JAGUAR S-TYPE 20 YEARS ON

    Matt Bell on 21st October 2019

    The Jaguar S-Type was a huge car for the marque.  20 years on, how does it fare as a classic?

  • MARKET TRENDS – CONVERTIBLE JAGUARS

    MARKET TRENDS – CONVERTIBLE JAGUARS

    Matt Bell on 26th September 2019

    Jaguar coupes exude class, style and menace, characteristics only magnified with the roof off. Convertible Jaguars can be an affordable classic and lucrative investment.

  • JAGUAR XKS SET OFF ON CHARITY DRIVE

    JAGUAR XKS SET OFF ON CHARITY DRIVE

    Matt Bell on 23rd September 2019

    What started off as a ‘one-off’ charity event in 2016 to raise funds for the charity Prostate Cancer UK got underway for the fourth time at Beaulieu on September 16, with a group of XK-badged Jaguars beginning this year’s 3400-mile, 18-day drive around the circumference of the British mainland.

  • JAGUAR XJ X308 BUYER’S GUIDE

    JAGUAR XJ X308 BUYER’S GUIDE

    Matt Bell on 16th September 2019

    With Ford funding, Jaguar was able to update the XJ40 into the car industry onlookers reckoned it could have been from the start and when the V8 engines were added, even the Germans started to worry. Today the ‘X300’ and ‘X308’ generation of XJ saloons make practical, easy-to-own modern classics.

  • JAGUAR E-TYPE S1 & S2 BUYER’S GUIDE

    JAGUAR E-TYPE S1 & S2 BUYER’S GUIDE

    Matt Bell on 11th September 2019

    Although the E-Type is now regarded as a national treasure, there are plenty of points to check before signing away a large chunk of your lottery winnings if you fancy investing in one of these six-cylinder powered works of art

  • JLR PLANS GIANT UK PARTS WAREHOUSE

    JLR PLANS GIANT UK PARTS WAREHOUSE

    Matt Bell on 6th September 2019

    Jaguar Land Rover has revealed plans to build a huge “logistics campus”, or warehouse, in the Midlands to cater for spare parts distribution.

  • BMW AND JAGUAR COLLABORATE

    BMW AND JAGUAR COLLABORATE

    Matt Bell on 22nd August 2019

    We recently reported on Jaguar Land Rover’s plans to provide a huge investment at the Castle Bromwich plant to facilitate production of electric vehicles and the latest twist in its plan to extricate itself from its current difficulties via an all-electric model range involves a collaboration with BMW.

  • ELECTRIC VEHICLES FOR CASTLE BROMWICH

    ELECTRIC VEHICLES FOR CASTLE BROMWICH

    Matt Bell on 23rd July 2019

    Friday, July 5 saw the last example of the current ‘X351’ Jaguar XJ model leave the production line at the historic Castle Bromwich plant, but far from being a final curtain for the XJ line as had been predicted by some, the event in fact opened the door to a new chapter of Jaguar history.

  • FORD FOCUS: THE CLASS OF 1999

    FORD FOCUS: THE CLASS OF 1999

    Matt Bell on 18th July 2019

    Looking back 20 years to the time when the newly launched Focus put in a record showing at the European Car of The Year competition.