06 Nov

Caesium Blue Jaguar F-Pace 25T Premium SUV

This Jaguar’s striking exterior will stop traffic. Called Caesium Blue, this vehicle will get you noticed on the road. You’ll fall in love, not just because of what’s on the outside, but also what you’ll find on the interior. Relax into the memory seat and enjoy the telescoping steering wheel and power moonroof as you prepare to take a drive. Use the built-in navigation to get you where you need to go. The interior of this particular vehicle comes in ebony, which creates a sleek black look outfitted throughout the seats and every inch of the interior.

The engine roars with 247 horsepower at 5,500RPM. With 269 lb-ft of torque at 1,200RPM, the all-wheel drive is exhilarating and smooth. Other features that elevate the quality of this vehicle are the front & rear parking aids and the blind spot monitor with reverse traffic detection. This helps to keep you safe on the road so your mind can be free to take in all the sights and sounds of driving this vehicle.

Test drive this eye-catching car today at THE COLLECTION, the Ugo Colombo Miami dealership that houses several luxury vehicle brands.


08 Sep

Introducing the Jaguar XF 2.0

2015 Jaguar XF 2.0D Ugo Colombo The Collection

Source: Auto Week (photo by Jaguar)

The second-generation XF goes on sale this autumn, launching with rear- and all-wheel drive. The same platform sits beneath the upcoming F-Pace SUV and features double-wishbone front suspension, an Integral Link multi-link rear and a 75/25 percent split of aluminum/steel.

At launch, you’ll choose from the F-Type’s 3.0-liter supercharged V6 with 335 or 375 hp. Less familiar are the new-generation 2.0-liter four-cylinder Ingenium engines, both gas and diesel.

At first glance, you’d guess the XF was longer than its all-steel predecessor.  At 195 inches, it’s actually 3/4 of an inch shorter, the roofline 1/10 of a millimeter lower. If you’ve ever sat in the back of the first XF some say it’s short on head and legroom compared with rivals.  Jaguar claims class-leading legroom, there’s plenty of headroom and the entire rear-seat experience is airier, less claustrophobic. That’s partly down to the six-light glasshouse, but it’s also the packaging opportunities afforded by a 2-inch-longer wheelbase compared with the old model. The only thing that doesn’t grow is the trunk; it still holds the same 19 cubic feet.

Read more about the Jaguar XF 2.0 on Auto Week