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Pros

  • Elegant designs
  • Fast performance variants
  • Timeless interior design

Cons

  • Quality niggles reported
  • Dealer network is not yet optimized
  • Rear seat comfort could be better

WrapUp

 

Once British's marque, now an Indian Flagship for Tata Motors. The value offered is worthy of a second look and added benefit is exclusivity when most of buyers favouring German offerings. Sadly, the model range is limited.

 

One of the most iconic British brands, Jaguar is now a part of Tata group. Jaguar has a very rich heritage of manufacturing cars, some of which are now collector’s item. Its worth a mention that Jaguar returned to profitability under leadership of Tata. Jaguar XJ220 is one of the most famous car produced by Jaguar, was the fastest production car in the world when introduced in 1992. XJ220 managed to draw worldwide attention like never before reminding all of its nostalgic days. Historically, Jaguar has produced cars like XK128 and E-type, the E-type being voted as one of the most beautiful cars of last century. Jaguar also has its fair share of F1 experience as engine supplier. Jaguar’s X-Type was one of the few cars not exorbitantly priced yet had an all-aluminum construction. Currently, the Indian lineup includes XF and XJ sedans, F-Type sports car and F-Pace SUV. Jaguar along with Land Rover, which is also owned by Tata, share an assembly plant in India. Globally also, Jaguar and Land Rover, popularly known as JLR, share most of their production facilities. Jaguar in India is severely limited by its dealer and service network. Globally, Jaguar is recovering from tough times and newer products like F-type sports car and F-Pace SUV have worn critical acclaim all over. With expansion of network, Jaguar has to potential to become an alternative to German luxury manufacturers, namely Audi, BMW and Mercedes-Benz. In European and North American Markets, Jaguar does compete with the aforementioned firms

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