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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.



Die Another Day XKR
Featuring a C-X75, the latest Bond blockbuster hits the big screen; we drive the last Jaguar to play a prominent role in this spy series – the green XKR convertible from Die Another Day

Jaguars in film
Can you remember the Jaguars, big and small, that have featured in films or on TV?

XE 2.0
How far can an XE 2.0 petrol go on a single tank of fuel? There’s only one way to find out…

E-type restoration
Meet Chris Connor, who decided he would restore his E-type of 35 years, having previously put it through some harsh treatment

Jaguar-powered Aston Martin DBR2 replica
We drive the 3.4-litre XK-engined ASM R1 made by AS Motorsport Limited

History of Daimler
How did Daimler fare during Jaguar ownership, from its 1960 sale by BSA to its current status?

Daimler Century
We profile a special and luxurious version of the X300 XJ6 that celebrated Daimler’s centenary in 1996

Daimler XJ-S
In 1986, Jaguar looked at producing a top-of-the-range Daimler-badged version of XJ-S to extend the model’s range. Discover its history



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Our Jaguars
Paul Walton takes his XK8 to a local classic car show, while Rob Hawkins’ X-TYPE has new springs and dampers fitted

Your Jaguar
Alex Robertson explains why, after several Jaguar saloons, he bought a 2012 XK 5.0 coupe

Modern workshop
How to change the X-TYPE’s springs and dampers

Problems with an X350’s leaking transmission, and an X-TYPE with an unusual cruise control amber warning light

Classic workshop
It’s time to uprate and modernise the electrical system of our E-type coupe project

We review a new book about the history of Jaguar design, and feature an inlet manifold for the 48in Weber carburettors

Sturgess is one of the UK’s oldest franchised Jaguar main dealers. We head to Leicester to discover more about this family-run business


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Jim Patten

Richard Bremner

Keith Helfet

Next month

Paul Skilleter's Finishing Lines




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