Looking for a small Jaguar? Find out which is the smallest Jaguar car available today
Jaguar has been a staple of British automotive engineering for decades. When it comes to British car manufacturing, there aren’t many names that are as iconic or as synonymous with quality as Jaguar. And, to say it was formed in the 1930s and has been going strong ever since, it is a sign of the company’s dedication and passion for the industry.
Here at Sinclair Jaguar, we offer a full range of new Jaguar cars and SUVs. However, it can be tough to choose sometimes, which is why customers focus on singular traits. Today, the size of the vehicle comes into play, and that’s why we’re focusing on the question: “which is the smallest Jaguar?”
Tata Motors, the owner of Jaguar, lauds the XE as “the most advanced, efficient and refined sports saloon that Jaguar has ever produced.” And, while that may be the case, it is also the smallest in the range. But, don’t let the size fool you - it is a beast under the bonnet. With a V6 engine, it has a brake horsepower of 370+. It also comes in rear-wheel and all-wheel-drive, as well as keeping emissions to a minimum. There is a version of this car that holds the record for the four-door lap record at the Nürburgring that has 592bhp.
When you put the F-Type’s combined measurements together, you get a car that is a couple of hundred millimetres smaller than the nearest contender. Let’s face it - it’s not hard to spot the F-Type as a small car considering it’s a modern two-seater that comes as a coupe or roadster. Plus, it’s renowned as the “spiritual successor” to the E-Type after the latter went out of circulation. The sleek design brings Jaguar into the present day - it has a 5-litre V8 engine - without forgetting the company’s past.
The E-Pace can claim to be Jaguar’s smallest car as long as it is in the SUV category. Jaguar SUVs are quite big because, well, they’re supposed to be, yet the E-Pace is compact. Based on chassis by Range Rover and Land Rover, it’s tempting to think it would be big and bulky. However, it has a solid base, like it’s big brother, the F-Pace, and all the mod-cons without seeming overly broad. As far as SUVs are concerned, this one is incredibly popular as it’s stylish, affordable, and can keep up with the rigours of urban city life.
Saloons aren’t usually small, as proven by Jaguar’s XJ, the largest in the brand’s line-up. The XF, however, is pretty compact as it comes in mid-size unlike other models in the same category. In fact, the 2015 release was sleeker than the original launched in 2007 and marked it as one of the best saloons in the industry. Critics believe it stands up against the likes of the BMW 5-Series, Mercedes-Benz E-Class and Audi A6, and that goes to show the quality of the XF model.
Whether you want a new Jaguar that’s big or small, we proudly boost the entire range because size doesn’t matter at Sinclair Jaguar.