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Though the Jaguar brand has long been associated with elegant, powerful sedans and coupes, the Jaguar F-PACE is shaking things up. Take the styling and power of a Jaguar sedan, then transplant it into a five-passenger crossover SUV capable of up to 380 hp and available with All Surface Progress Control for improved traction, and you have the F-PACE.
Just because you said no to the crossover doesn’t mean you won’t need extra space in your new Jaguar. The Jaguar XJ can be had with a long wheelbase for a classic sedan feel that will let you get more comfortable behind the wheel than a typical car. And if you need to load up the kids’ soccer gear and band instruments, the Jaguar XF Sportbrake features 40/20/40 split-folding rear seats and a spacious cargo area.
Now that we have the space concerns covered, if you still don’t know which Jaguar to start with, it’s time to ask that age-old question: sedan, coupe, or convertible. Living near the Gulf Coast means you’ll probably get more use out of a convertible than someone in New England, but you might prefer the classic look of a four-door Jaguar or the aerodynamics of a sleekly sculpted coupe. Drivers seeking a sedan have three options in the current lineup: Jaguar XE, XF, or XJ. If you are simply following your heart, we think it’s smart to start with the high-end Jaguar XJ, but the entry-level XE shows that even a driver on a budget can choose an elegant, powerful sedan. The Jaguar XF walks the line between the two.
If a coupe or a convertible is more your style, then you should sit in the driver’s seat of the Jaguar F-TYPE and decide whether you’d rather have the serenity of quiet cabin or the excitement of the wind in your hair.