The somewhat radically styled 2011 redesign is much nicer than the model it replaces, making the big Jaguar a capable, comfortable, and fun-to-drive sports sedan offering a range of powerful V8s.
We like the power and the plush appointments, but are unimpressed with the complex, slow-acting touchscreen.
With seating for four, headroom is a little skimpy -- particularly in the back seat.
Trunk space is also a bit lacking for a car of this size.
Available safety equipment includes adaptive cruise control, blind spot monitoring, and rear cross-traffic alert.
All-wheel drive was added as an option for the 2013 model year. A new XJR performance version, along with many safety features, were added to the 2018 model.
The big cat made its final appearance for 2019.