2015 Jaguar Ratings, Reviews and Awards

For Jaguar, 2015 was sandwiched between two busy years. While 2014 brought some massive changes to its small line of luxury vehicles, 2016 was the year Jaguar introduced the F-Pace, its very first SUV. Still, the brains at Jaguar didn’t forget to include some exciting perks this year, announcing the initiation of the XE, its first compact executive car, to the lineup. The XE made its grand entrance with a bang, offering incredible performance with a supercharged V6 engine, navigation with a touchscreen, ample driver’s assistance systems, and 40-20-40 split-fold rear seating. Jaguar even made time to add some upgrades to its other models, with new trim levels for the XF and a new hardtop coupe body style for the aggressive F-Type. The XJ went mostly unchanged, aside from a slightly better fuel economy rating, while the company decided 2015 would be the last year for the production of the XK.
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2015 Jaguar models
F-TYPE
$65,995 - $99,995
MSRP
N/A MPG
COMBINED
$65,995 - $99,995
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N/A MPG
COMBINED
XF
$51,170 - $99,995
MSRP
N/A MPG
COMBINED
$51,170 - $99,995
MSRP
N/A MPG
COMBINED
XJ
$75,195 - $119,995
MSRP
N/A MPG
COMBINED
$75,195 - $119,995
MSRP
N/A MPG
COMBINED
XK
$85,495 - $138,995
MSRP
N/A MPG
COMBINED
$85,495 - $138,995
MSRP
N/A MPG
COMBINED
For Jaguar, 2015 was sandwiched between two busy years. While 2014 brought some massive changes to its small line of luxury vehicles, 2016 was the year Jaguar introduced the F-Pace, its very first SUV. Still, the brains at Jaguar didn’t forget to include some exciting perks this year, announcing the initiation of the XE, its first compact executive car, to the lineup. The XE made its grand entrance with a bang, offering incredible performance with a supercharged V6 engine, navigation with a touchscreen, ample driver’s assistance systems, and 40-20-40 split-fold rear seating. Jaguar even made time to add some upgrades to its other models, with new trim levels for the XF and a new hardtop coupe body style for the aggressive F-Type. The XJ went mostly unchanged, aside from a slightly better fuel economy rating, while the company decided 2015 would be the last year for the production of the XK.
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