2014 Jaguar Ratings, Reviews and Awards

Jaguar has one of the smallest vehicle lineups in the industry, but it’s the company’s attention to detail that continues to win over its most loyal customers and attract new ones. Jaguar vehicles are known for their powerful performances, so it comes as no surprise that most of the updates for 2014 enhanced performance and speed without sacrificing the luxury Jaguar drivers expect. New to the XF was a new trim level, the XFR-S, featuring a supercharged V8 engine, and new safety features such as blind spot monitoring. Jaguar also introduced the F-type, a premium roadster that included a robust engine with quick acceleration speed and massive horsepower. The XJ, although it’s already received significant overhauls in previous years, saw a new, supercharged V6 engine, luxury features like rear-seat entertainment, and a new model, the XJR, which has a longer wheelbase than the base model and comes loaded with just about every techie feature drivers could want, like electronic controls, heated seats, and high-end infotainment.
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Research 2014 Jaguar models (4)
F-TYPE
The stylish and performance-focused Jaguar F-TYPE returns for 2014 with plenty of customization options for every driver to create their perfect sporty car.
$69,925 - $92,925
MSRP
19 - 24 MPG
COMBINED
$69,925 - $92,925
MSRP
19 - 24 MPG
COMBINED
XF
The 2014 Jaguar XF gets a new high-performance model, while the regular lineup stays as exciting as ever with its list of performance-ready engines.
$47,900 - $99,925
MSRP
19 - 24 MPG
COMBINED
$47,900 - $99,925
MSRP
19 - 24 MPG
COMBINED
XJ
Jaguar’s 2014 XJ seamlessly blends power and refinement into an eye-catching package with plenty of interior luxury to please each passenger.
$75,125 - $119,925
MSRP
19 - 22 MPG
COMBINED
$75,125 - $119,925
MSRP
19 - 22 MPG
COMBINED
XK
The 2014 Jaguar XK is a performance-focused powerhouse designed for the track with three engine options, an aerodynamic body, and sporty tuning throughout.
$79,925 - $138,925
MSRP
18 - 20 MPG
COMBINED
$79,925 - $138,925
MSRP
18 - 20 MPG
COMBINED
Jaguar has one of the smallest vehicle lineups in the industry, but it’s the company’s attention to detail that continues to win over its most loyal customers and attract new ones. Jaguar vehicles are known for their powerful performances, so it comes as no surprise that most of the updates for 2014 enhanced performance and speed without sacrificing the luxury Jaguar drivers expect. New to the XF was a new trim level, the XFR-S, featuring a supercharged V8 engine, and new safety features such as blind spot monitoring. Jaguar also introduced the F-type, a premium roadster that included a robust engine with quick acceleration speed and massive horsepower. The XJ, although it’s already received significant overhauls in previous years, saw a new, supercharged V6 engine, luxury features like rear-seat entertainment, and a new model, the XJR, which has a longer wheelbase than the base model and comes loaded with just about every techie feature drivers could want, like electronic controls, heated seats, and high-end infotainment.
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