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Jaguar World has its origins in Jaguar Quarterly, launched in 1988, and to this day still delivers the best roundup of Jaguar news and features available on the news stands. With buying and maintenance advice covering all ages of Jaguar, the magazine is an essential resource for prospective buyers or owners of Jaguars alike.



XE 2.0d first drive
After months of teasing, we finally get behind the wheel of the new XE. As Jaguar’s first small saloon in seven years, is it good enough to take on the established competition?

Ten X-TYPE facts
From where it was built to celebrity drivers, ten things you might not know about the X-TYPE

60 years of the Mk 1
The 2.4/3.4 saloon was groundbreaking for a number of reasons. We celebrate six decades of the Mk 1 and explore the impact it made on the company

80 years of the S.S. 90
Jaguar’s first true sports car was the S.S. 90 of 1935. For its 80th anniversary, we discover more about this important car

XKR Typhoon
With 450bhp, plus a lowered, beefier suspension, this was no ordinary X100. Only 20 Typhoons were built in the mid-2000s, but we’ve tracked one down

E-type Series 1 development
Does the specification of the E-type Series 1 confuse you? We guide you around its development

XJ vs Range Rover
With the Range Rover outselling the XJ in the UK six to one, and Jaguar developing its own SUV, we ask if the XJ is still relevant by comparing a LWB Portfolio with its own SUV cousin


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Our Jaguars
Paul’s S-TYPE 2.7 receives some TLC, Jim’s E-type is close to receiving paint, and we say goodbye to our X300 XJ6

Your Jaguar
XJ40 enthusiast David Barker explains the benefits of his 3.2 Gold model

Modern workshop
Common brake problems affecting the X-TYPE, S-TYPE, XJ, XK and XF

Servicing the XK8’s so-called sealed gearbox and an XJ Series 3 that keeps losing power

Classic workshop
Finishing the brakes of our modified E-type project and starting the conversion to right-hand drive

SNG Barrett publishes a parts catalogue for the X308 XJ8 and we review an illustration of the C-type

We visit paint protection specialist Auto Detailing Studio and discover how you can protect your car from stone chips and other damage

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Paul Skilleter's Finishing Lines



One you can buy
A 2009 XF 3.0 S Portfolio with 44,000 miles is for sale through an independent dealer

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