Possibly one of the most popular car manufacturers ever to emerge from the UK, Jaguar was founded in 1922. Although the company was purchased in 2008 by Tata Motors, which is based in India, Jaguar’s headquarters remain in Whitley, Coventry, England.

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Possibly one of the most popular car manufacturers ever to emerge from the UK, Jaguar was founded in 1922. Although the company was purchased in 2008 by Tata Motors, which is based in India, Jaguar’s headquarters remain in Whitley, Coventry, England. Originally, the company specialised in making motorcycle sidecars and developing bodies for passenger cars. Previously known as Swallow Sidecar Company the company changed its name to the now well-known Jaguar (Jaguar Cars Limited) in 1945. The name change marked the start of a new era for the company as a decision was made, which meant that Jaguar would now start making its own vehicles.

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A financial budget close to £16,000 could possibly get our ideal Jaguar XF from 2011 with 56,400 miles. If you are following a more recent model it's important to stretch your financial allowance to £20,000 for any 2013 facelifted XF, but when you’re less concerned by age and much more by miles covered then £19,000 can enable you to get a 2011 version that's done 21,000 miles. If you alredy own Jaguar and you're thinking about new one, why not to Sell old Jaguar with confidence at www.trustedcarbuyers.com and get the best online price for your car. Jaguar's like all modern cars loosing value because of very competive market.

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Over the years Jaguar manufactured cars for the British Prime Minister and currently holds royal warrants from Prince Charles and Queen Elizabeth II. With no signs of slowing down Jaguar’s latest vehicle, the F-Pace SUV is expected to start hitting showrooms in April 2016. Priced at around £34,000, both petrol and diesel models will be available. The F-Pace SUV will mark the company’s first ever crossover. Jaguar’s chief designer Ian Callum revealed that the company wanted to do something different by going against their very nature of wanting Jaguars to be low, long and sleek. By mixing Jaguar’s classic features and adding a twist in the form of the vehicle being a crossover SUV, the company has definitely raised the bar to another level. Whether you like the new Jaguar or not you can’t deny that the company remains one of Britain’s best known brands.