Jaguar Xjr

washingtonpost.com's view

By Warren Brown on August 5, 2007

Technology mutes elitism by making widely available things once held as exclusive. Increased accessibility leaves nobility exposed to the wisdom and will of the masses. It turns luxury into necessi... Read More
Mother Proof's view

By Colette Fischer on July 2, 2007

The driving life with young children is wild in itself - any attempt to maintain an orderly vehicle is a façade at best, a complete failure at worst. Seatbacks become a vertical stomping groun... Read More
The Morning Call and Mcall.com's view

By Larry Printz on October 19, 2003

Of all the cars I get to test drive, the ones I look forward to the most are Jaguars. It has to do with what Sir William Lyons tried to capture in the marque he created: "Grace, pace and space." ... Read More
Boston.com's view

By Royal Ford on August 30, 2003

High-performing Jaguar can go the distance, in style You drove a big, powerful, and luxurious car. It handled like a boat, floated in corners, even had a distinctive lightness afoot straight a... Read More
Cincinnati.com's view

By Alan Vonderhaar on April 13, 2002

You have to wonder if you're getting effete when you send back an $80,000 car - kind of like refusing a $400 bottle of wine . . .Well, okay, they repossessed it - but I wasn't all that u... Read More
KansasCity.com's view

By Tom Strongman on May 3, 2001

Jaguar's XJR is a car of considerable contrasts. Some of the sexiest sheetmetal in the automotive kingdom sits atop wide 18-inch wheels with tires so thin they look like rubberbands. Picture ... Read More
chicagotribune.com's view

By Jim Mateja on February 25, 2001

Beautiful lines? To be sure. Powerful engine? Oh, my gosh, yes, a supercharged 4-liter, 370-h.p. V-8 with a 5-speed automatic. Fun to drive? Hard to say, considering after a light, ... Read More
Orlando Sentinel's view

By Richard Truett on September 25, 1998

When a car performs as well as the Jaguar XJR, it's so very easy to overlook its shortcomings. If ever there was a car that made all the right noises, conveyed class in just the right measure... Read More
IndyStar.com's view

By George Moore on July 26, 1998

If there ever was a car that could be considered a "sleeper" among the world's performance sedans, it is the 1998 Jaguar XJR.The Jag XJR has sort of dwelled in the shadows of the performance ... Read More
Star-Telegram.com's view

By G. Chambers Williams III on July 18, 1998

Not everyone can afford a car like the $67,400 Jaguar XJR sedan. But after a few minutes behind the wheel of this baby, some of you just might start running some numbers though your head to see i... Read More