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JAGUAR’S DEDICATION PAYS OFF. AGAIN.

01 March 2017


Critics all across the globe have spoken, and they are singing the praises of several Jaguar models.

In France, the Jaguar XE was named the Most Reliable Family car by L’automobile Magazine. Even with stiff competition from premium German rivals BMW and Mercedes, the XE held fast to clinch the top spot.

In South Africa, the Jaguar XF took top honours at the nations motoring news and reviews website ‘Cars’ Consumer Awards. Named as the top choice in the Executive Sedan category, the XF outshone the Mercedes Benz E220d Avantgarde and the Lexus GS 350 F-Sport.

Meanwhile in the UK, the Jaguar F‑PACE was crowned best Large Crossover at the UK Car of the Year Awards. Praised for its design, handling, practicality and best-in-class residual value, this latest honour adds to F‑PACE’s more than 25 global awards. As Jaguar’s fastest selling vehicle ever- with more than 46,000 sold globally since its April launch, the F‑PACE is sure to receive even more praise in the years to come.

Having once again been named Britain’s number one automotive manufacturer, Jaguar Land Rover has shown that their nearly £4 billion investment in new models, skills and advanced technology are helping the Jaguar brand thrive and gain even further recognition.
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