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Tata Motors has new luxury plans for Jaguar, Land Rover

Tata Motors has new luxury plans for Jaguar, Land Rover 2Tata Motors is planning to introduce new fuel efficient cars and hybrid vehicles in emerging markets and is seeking to raise sales of luxury brands Jaguar and Land Rover in China and India.

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Jaguar XF, 2010: Roman Mica's Rambling Review (Video)

Jaguar XF, 2010: Roman Mica's Rambling Review (Video) 3Jaguar XF, 2010: Facts & Figures: Price as Tested — $63,875.00; Engine/Transmission — 5.0L V8 engine 6 SPD automatic transmission with steering wheel mounted paddles; Horsepower — 385; G-Tac Test Data test at 5430 feet above sea level; 1/4 Mile: 14.52 second at 101 mph; 0-60 mph: 6.08; 60-0 stopping: 118 feet; Max Acceleration: 0.83 g’s.

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Cars.com selects Smart ForTwo, Chevrolet Malibu as worst, most improved cars of the decade

Cars.com selects Smart ForTwo, Chevrolet Malibu as worst, most improved cars of the decade 4Best and worst cars lists are subjective, which make perfect sense since they’re compiled from a subjective industry. Who makes the best cars? Who makes the worst cars? Who knows?

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Buick, Jaguar dethrone Lexus in J.D. Power reliability survey

Buick, Jaguar dethrone Lexus in J.D. Power reliability survey 5Jaguar, the recently purchased offering of Tata Motors, Ltd., and Buick, the longstanding General Motors nameplate, have unseated Lexus as the most dependable automotive brands, according to J.D. Power & Associates.

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Jaguar XF, 2009: Weidel on Wheels

jaguarBy Jeff Weidel

Plenty of review vehicles don’t create a stir. But the 2009 Jaguar XF, which replaced the S-type, is a vehicle to cherish. The British automaker has also dumped the Jaguar X-type and is phasing it out gradually. As such, Jaguar intends to make the sleek XF part of a manufacturer’s new direction — a blend of tradition, technology and styling.

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Jaguar Super V8, 2008: Bill Belew's Car Buzz

Jaguar Super V8, 2008: Bill Belew's Car Buzz 6Life is different in a Jaguar Super V8. It’s especially different in a Super V8 with a 400 horsepower, six-speed automatic and a 4.2 liter engine adorned with inlaid walnut burl veneer and a whole busload of other items I didn’t even know could be put in a car.

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Tata Motors Of India Buys Jaguar, Land Rover From Ford Motor Co.

Tata Motors Of India Buys Jaguar, Land Rover From Ford Motor Co. 7Tata Motors, Ltd., the Indian manufacturer which two months ago debuted the world’s least expensive car, has shifted automotive gears and acquired two storied luxury brands, Jaguar and Land Rover. The deal involves Ford Motor Co. selling Jaguar and Land Rover to Tata Motors for about $1.7 billion.

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Jaguar E-Type (XK-E) Named Most Beautiful Car In (London) Daily Telegraph Survey

no.1jagSeveral friends have owned or currently own Chevrolet Corvettes. But given the choice, it might be the last car I’d select on The (London) Daily Telegraph’s recently announced list of the “100 Most Beautiful Cars.” I’ve never been a Corvette guy. Among those who appreciate classic automobiles, I’m in the minority, however, particularly among respondents to the London newspaper’s recent survey.

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Ferrari, Jaguar and VW Karmann Ghia (Really!) On London Telegraph's Top-100 car list

Ferrari, Jaguar and VW Karmann Ghia (Really!) On London Telegraph's Top-100 car list 8My father liked the Volkswagen Karmann Ghia and he recommended I purchase the one I owned for a few years nearly 30 years ago. It was a 1966 edition, dark green with all chrome trim. The windshield wipers didn’t work well, nor did the heater.

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