Site top menu
GSW Awards: Vote to WIN a TomTom sat-nav!
Best used cars to buy - 2014 Used Car Awards
Watching the weight of the Volkswagen Golf
New Car Awards 2014: the winners
Tell us about your car and win up to £2k in prizes
This week's issue of Auto Express
Driver Power 2014
Most economical cars
That looks really sexy. I just hope they don't go smaller than 1.8 in petrol or diesel. And for gods sake no hatchback. Estate yes, hatchback no. This is a Jaguar, it has a status, it says I am self made, I will try harder.
Isn't this just a mule for the underpinnings in which case its appearance is no clue to the new car?Key fact is that work on a new baby Jag is under way and there seems to be an interest and desire for such a model.
That looks exactly like an XF.. The front and rear lights are identical.. And with the XJ looking so different I highly doubt that the XS (If it's called that) will look anything like this.. Better luck next time
When are Jaguar going to bring out a 2 door coupe? Perhaps this will be the platform to do so!!
You are so right. I want a small jag with a great jag interior to rival my present lovely mini interior and more style outside!!!. Husband has a large jag - but I still am an earner and want something I can love.
They really ought to go smaller than 1.8 because the rest of the industry are producing smaller displacement engines with improved flexibility and power with better fuel consumption and lower weight. If Jaguar want to keep up then they they must do so too, and produce some hybrid options too.
It's an AUDIBMWPEUGEOTVAUXHALL ain't it?
I like the price, pictures, price and & release date of the XE baby Jag
View the discussion thread.
Auto Express Editorial Offices
30 Cleveland Street
London, W1T 4JD
T: +44 20 7907 6000
Auto Express Subscriptions
800 Guillat Avenue
Kent Science Park
Kent, ME9 8GUT: 0844 844 0026Email |
Web siteOverseas subscriptions:
T: +44 1795 592901
© Copyright Dennis Publishing Limited.Auto Express is a trademark of Felix Dennis.