Jaguar Repair and Service
Agile and powerful, Jaguar Automobiles reflect the luxury and confidence of a wild Jaguar. With a history extending over 90 years, Jaguar is a top name in sports car luxury. British in origin, Jaguars are gaining increasing popularity in the United States for their sleek styling and innovative workmanship. Jaguars' evolution has resulted in highly stylized, well-crafted models that demand care and maintenance as individualized as the vehicles themselves. We understand the value of your vehicle and are committed to providing the top-quality service your Jaguar requires.
From the moment you enter our shop to the moment you leave, our expert technicians strive to provide the highest quality care during your time with us. We're happy to answer any questions and proud to offer unparalleled service. From routine maintenance to major repairs, we're ready to exceed your expectations and win your loyalty by offering nothing but our best.
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F-Pace (2015 - present)
First introduced in 2015 this Jaguar immediately made itself known. Offered in Gasoline, Diesel, and Hybrid engines ranging from 250HP to 404HP. The F-Pace offered a great option for a luxurious, compact SUV to contend in the market. Today the new Jaguar F-Pace has plenty of room with 33.5 cu ft of cargo space and seating for up to 5 comfortably. The unique front bumper, hood, and rear haunches give you a small idea of what this ride is truly capable of.
F-Pace SVR (2018 - present)
Taking the concept of the F-Pace, the brilliant minds in the Special Vehicles Racing department at Jaguar improved the power and aerodynamics. This SUV’s DNA is that of a sports car. At first glance, the F-Pace SVR has a sportier appearance, but the improved body of this SVR drops the drag-resistance to 0.36 Cd. Yet they didn’t stop there, the team added a 5.0L, 550HP V8 and supercharged it!
E-Pace (2018 - present)
From driver focus to Family focus, this agile predator has it all. The perfect balance between agility and comfort. Suited with sophisticated multi-link suspension and engines ranging from 150HP to 300HP so this SUV can handle all road conditions. Taking a great deal from the F-Pace, the E-Pace builds upon the ease of mind of the driver. Offering various aids such as Pedestrian Detection, Traffic Sign Recognition, Front and Rear Parking aids, and much more.
I-Pace (2019 - present)
This electrifying ride is a Jaguar through and through! With 394HP, 512 lb-ft of instant torque, and the agility of a wild Jaguar, it still holds true to the luxury and sport that Jaguar is known for. At first glance one instantly notices the aerodynamic body, with this electric SUV cutting cleanly through the air with only 0.29 Cd of drag-resistance. The interior features a clean and tactile aesthetic with more room than traditional gas-powered vehicles. Oh, and it comes equipped with 4G Wi-Fi as a standard.
F-Type (2012 - present)
First produced for the road in 2012, the F-Type stole the show. Offered as a Coupe or Convertible, this car managed to impress everyone with or without its top. The F-Type previously featured a slim profile, still prevalent today along with its stunning new “J” blade running lights. With engines ranging from a 2.0L 300HP to a 5.0 liter 575HP, this ride’s response is immediate, and the acceleration rapid. Not to mention the forward-facing cameras that help the driver come to an emergency stop when in a pinch.
F-Type SVR (2016 - present)
Building off its less powerful counterpart, the F-Type SVR offers the driver more power under the hood. Featuring a 5.0L, 575HP V8 engine, this SVR is a game-changer. Offered as a Coupe or Convertible, you can feel the wind as you cut through it like a warm knife through butter, easily standing as a competitor to Italian beauty and German engineering. The enlarged front grill and additional air intakes on the hood, retractable rear wing, and attention to detail make the F-Type worthy of the SVR title.
XE (2015 - present)
This lightweight aluminum ride packs one mean bite. Sporting signature LED head and tail lights, Jaguar Sportshift selector, and a unique eye-catching body, inspired by the F-Type. Standardly equipped with Torque Vectoring by Braking and Dynamic Stability control, and innovative suspension designs, such as the double-wishbone front suspension. The XE offers plenty of options to personalize the driver's experience with a range from a 2.0L (163HP) to a 3.0L (340HP) and possible supercharging.
XF (2008 - present)
Continuing the XF lineage that started back in 2008, this sedan is still as big and luxurious as it always has. Fitted with a range of Gas, Diesel, or Hybrid engines, offering 2.0L with 163HP all the way up to a 5.0L V8 with 503HP along with options for AWD or supercharged engine. Originally meant to replace the S-Type, the XF retained elements but managed to stay uniquely different. As the years went by, not only has the interior been enhanced, it also received a wagon body with the release of the XF Sportbrake in 2012.
XJR (1990 - present)
Originally released as the XJR15 which was designed by Peter Stevens, the XJR15 took inspiration from the XJR-9. Featuring a 6.0L V12 at 450HP, this futuristic car made quite the impression. In 1994, the new XJR received a new look but still retained the Jaguar elegance. It featured a 4.0L supercharged inline-six giving it plenty of power at 326HP. In 2013 the XJR received yet another style change, making it match modern times. Although that wasn’t the only improvement made, with improved suspension, braking, cooling, and the 5.0L V8 with 550HP, this car made itself a valuable player in the car world.
But why stop there, more recently the XJR575 hit the market. Featuring a sleeker look, blacked-out features like front grill and inlets, 575 branding, unique SVR paints, and to top it all of Jaguars 5.0L V8 that provides the driver with 575HP under the hood.
S-Type (1999 - 2007)
The original S-Type was created back in 1963, however, the S-Type was reborn in 1999 as the retro-styled car gained some much-deserved attention. The reborn S-Type featured either a 3.0L V6 or 4.0L V8. As 2004 rolled by the S-Type was given cosmetic adjustments to the front and rear bumpers, badge, and newer options for the engine. Similar to the 1999 release, the 2004 S-Type had a gas-powered engine ranging from a 2.5L V6 to a 4.2L V6, along with a diesel option 2.7D V6.
S-Type R (2002 - 2007)
Inspired by both the original 1963 and reborn S-Types, the S-Type R sported the iconic quad headlights and heart-shaped grill. When the S-Type R hit the market, under the hood it housed a 4.2L V8, pronouncing the car as a sleeper. As the S-type was updated, the S-Type R also got revamped, although it was mostly cosmetic.
X-Type (2001 - 2009)
One of the smaller cars produced with the Jaguar logo was the X-Type. Featuring either a gas engine ranging from a 2.1L V6 (159HP) to a 3.0L V6 (234HP) or one of two diesel engines, a 2.0D (130HP) or a 2.2D (155HP). The car also featured standard four-wheel-drive and twin tailpipes, a luxurious interior, and room for four adults despite its smaller stature.
X-Type Estate (2004 - 2011)
Actually the second Estate produced by Jaguar, this car became known in the States as the Sportwagon. This was also the first diesel engine produced by Jaguar, having a 2.0D (130HP) or a 2.2D (155HP) engine. It was still produced with a line of gas engines ranging from a 2.1L V6 (159HP) to a 3.0L V6 (234HP). What made the Estate different from the X-Type at the time was the Wagon styled body.
XFR (2009 - 2011)
Released in response to BMW’s M5 and the E63 AMG. The cosmetic difference from the XF was subtle, mostly being the air intakes located on the front bumper and the hood along with the quad exhaust. The XFR was fitted with a 5.0L V8 offering up to 510HP, and featuring variable valve openings along with a supercharger. The interior was sportier, but still retained the elegance of the Jaguar brand.
XJ 220 (1979 - 2019)
For a time, this was the fastest production car at 350km/h (217mph), until the McLaren F1. Designed in collaboration with Tom Walkinshaw Racing, the XJ 220 was planned to be fitted with a V12 and be AWD. However, when it hit production it was changed to FWD and fitted with a 3.5 liter V6 Turbo (542HP).
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