JAGUAR Lease Deals

Jaguar - Tilsun Car Leasing provides lease options for a fantastic range of brand-new JAGUAR vehicles. See below for our full range.

Top JAGUAR Deals


2.0 P400e R-Dynamic SE Black 5dr Auto AWD

Petrol/PlugIn Elec Hybrid | Automatic

5K miles/annum £6,793.25 Initial Rental

£754.81 inc VAT /month
48 months

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1.5 P300e R-Dynamic HSE Black 5dr Auto

Petrol/PlugIn Elec Hybrid | Automatic

8K miles/annum £6,339.45 Initial Rental

£704.38 inc VAT /month
48 months

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2.0 D200 R-Dynamic HSE Black 4dr Auto

Diesel | Automatic

5K miles/annum £4,339.90 Initial Rental

£482.21 inc VAT /month
48 months

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294kW EV400 R-Dynamic SE Black 90kWh 5dr Auto

Electric | Automatic

8K miles/annum £9,094.51 Initial Rental

£1,010.50 inc VAT /month
48 months

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5.0 P575 Supercharged V8 R 75 2dr Auto AWD

Petrol | Automatic

8K miles/annum £13,397.01 Initial Rental

£1,488.56 inc VAT /month
48 months

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2.0 D200 R-Dynamic SE Black 4dr Auto

Diesel | Automatic

8K miles/annum £5,261.71 Initial Rental

£584.63 inc VAT /month
48 months

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Jaguar - Grace, Space & Pace

Jaguar is a luxury vehicle brand of Jaguar Land Rover, a British multinational car manufacturer. Jaguar cars were the company responsible for producing Jaguar cars until operations were merged with Land Rover to form Jaguar Land Rover (JLR) in 2013.

William Lyons formed S.S. Cars Limited after his partnership ended with William Walmsley, both Co-founders of the Swallow Sidecar Company. 

Teaming up with the like-minded Sir John Black of Standard Motor Company, the first model appeared in 1935 as the SS 2.5 litre sports saloon. A 3.5-litre open two-seater sports model quickly followed this called the SS Jaguar 100.

Numerous four-door sports saloons and drop head coupés followed bearing the S.S Jaguar badge, and in 1945 to avoid obvious connotations after the war, the name was changed to Jaguar Cars.

Post-war saloons were sold as MK 1V and MK V; however, the eye-catching two-seater sports cars, XK120 and Jaguar XK140, embodied Lyons mantra of “value for money.” [1] The cars proved extremely popular, leading to entry into international sports as a way to prove the integrity of the company’s cars.

The key to Jaguar’s success post-war was the development of its engines, the Twin Cam straight 6 and the development of the Twin Overhead Cam unit. The company subsequently used the engines in the XK20 and the MK 7 saloons with great success. The engines were also developed into the race-conquering C&D types and the 60s sports car icon, the E-Type.

Jaguar Ownership

Even though Jaguar had enjoyed success, BMC and Austin Morris bought the supplier of Jaguars monocoque body shells. William Lyons struggled to find alternative supplies and accepted an offer from BMC to merge with Jaguar in 1965. In due course, the company's name was changed to BMH British Motor Holdings at the end of 1966.

The government at the time pushed BMH to merge with Leyland Motor Corporation, manufacturers of Leyland buses and trucks, owners of Standard and Triumph and, since 1967, Rover. 

 The result was British Leyland Motor Corporation, a nationalised car manufacturing business. In 1984 Jaguar was sold off as a separate company, and Ford bought it as part of their expansion of the PAG group, Premier Automotive Group; other brands included Aston Martin, Volvo Cars, and Land Rover.[4]

This period saw the launch of the S type on the X type, which were Ford-based vehicles with a Jaguar badge. Jaguar never made a profit under the ownership of Ford and was put up for sale. Many equity companies were interested in buying it. Tata Motors bought it along with Land Rover.

Since the formation of JLR,  a  combination of poor decision-making by the previous boards and the financial difficulties-** of this classic brand have now washed through, and Jaguar is now back to how it was, an innovative luxury brand producing quality and exciting sports cars.

Motor Sport

Jaguar has had significant successes in sports car racing, particularly Le Mans 24 hours; in the early days, victories came in 1951, 1953 with the Jaguar C type, and by the legendary Mike Hawthorn in the controversial and fatal 1955 race with the Jaguar D type and again with the D type in1956 and 1957 under the Ecurie Ecosse (Scotland Stable) team.

The next prototype, the XJ13, was built in the early 60s, but it never raced, and the team left the famous event for many years. 

The team returned to the Le Mans with the Jaguar XJR series, winning the 1988 and 1990 races, and the Jaguar XJR 14 was the last of the XJRs to win, taking the 1991 world sports car championship.

In the late 1990s, Jaguar was the corporation’s entry for Formula One under Ford ownership. Having purchased the Stewart Grand Prix team, it was renamed Jaguar Racing Team; however, it was not a success having only limited podium finishes. The team eventually sold to Red Bull in  2014.

Jaguar returned to racing In 2015 and is fully committed to the Formula E- Championships with its TCS Racing Team [2]. It is part of Jaguar’s 2025 ambition to be known as a Luxury Brand that exclusively builds electric cars. [3]


Jaguar Has committed itself to going fully electric. Since 1935 they have pushed the boundaries of what's possible, and electric doesn't change this. They state that it offers opportunities to produce a more imaginative driving experience that embraces speed and quietness with the latest technology.

Jaguar offers three types of electric power, All Electric, Plug-in Hybrid or PHEV combining an engine with an electric motor or Mild Hybrid MHEV, which allows the petrol or diesel engines to regenerate power through a 48 Volt battery when slowing down.

The all-electric Jaguar I

Pace AWD is an award-winning SUV; this British aerodynamic design focuses on Jaguar sporting heritage with a luxury feel. The spacious interior is quiet and has flexible seating options. It has a performance to match 0 to 60 mph in 4.5 seconds and an estimated range of 292* miles, fully charged using a fast charger to get 78 miles of range in 15 minutes*.

Three trim levels are available with high technical specifications, plus two additional limited-edition models.

The Jaguar F-pace is a luxury performance SUV and is available in a plug-in hybrid. The F- pace is one of the few vehicles to have won both world car of the year and world car design of the year*

The P400E will give you 33* miles in electric vehicle range on a full charge, CO2 emissions of 49 g/km fuel consumption and up 228 miles per gallon. * The P400E powertrain has four trim levels available in conventional petrol and diesel engines and two additional trim levels.

The E-Pace compact city SUV offers all-wheel drive, configurable technology stylish lines with the DIVI in-car infotainment system. The P300e PHEV version of this model gives you 39 miles EV range on a full charge with CO2 emissions of 32g/Km and combined fuel consumption of an estimated 201 miles. * plug-in hybrid is available in 4 model variations of this car, and 4 specification levels are also available in conventional diesel and petrol powertrains.


Jaguar’s range of sports saloons includes the XE, renowned for its dynamic handling and performance. It has a suite of technology at your disposal executive-style cockpit interior that enjoys high levels of comfort. The three trim levels available include the R dynamic S, SE and HSE; the diesel, rear-wheel drive automatic mild-hybrid has a 0-60 of 6.9 and a top speed of 146mph, or the Petrol version. 

Other variants include the petrol XE R-Dynamic or the high-performance XE 300 sport AWD.

The Jaguar XF is a luxury business saloon with a distinctive design full of state-of-the-art technologies; it’s available as a saloon or as a Sports Brake (Shooting Brake) in either MHEV diesel or petrol engines.

There are 16 combinations to choose from, with a Mild hybrid diesel in either rear-wheel drive or all-wheel drive—5 Trim levels, including the exciting XF 300 producing 300 bhp in either Saloon or Sports Brake.

Jaguar F-Type 

The Jaguar F type celebrates Jaguar sports cars and their heritage, signature Jaguar aerodynamics with sports vents featuring the Jaguar emblem leaping. The full leather interior has 12-way adjustable seats with a memory function and is available as a Convertible or Classic Coupé.

The F-Type R 75 AWD  575 5.0litre supercharged V8 petrol engine produces 575 BHP 0- 60 mph in 3.5 seconds*, the latest technology to reduce fuel consumption and CO2 emissions without compromise. 

The F-Type 75 has the option of rear wheel drive as well as AWD, produces 450bhp and delivers 0-60mph in 4.4 seconds* The F-Type R-Dynamic is RWD only and gives an output of 300 bhp and a 0-60 in 5.6 seconds* 

This is the final version of the Jaguar F-Type.

Jaguar Classic Sports Cars from the Past.[5]

manufactured between 1948 and 1954, it was Jaguar’s first sports car since SS100 production ended in 1939.

Jaguar XK140 was manufactured between 1954 and 1957 with upgrades from the XK120 word voluntary space improved brakes rack and pinion steering.

Jaguar XK150, produced between 1957 and 1961, was the successor to the XK140. Initially only available as a fixed head coupé drophead coupé, the roadster came through as the XK150 OTS (open two-seater) in 1958.

Jaguar E-Type was produced between 1961 and 1974; this iconic British sports car was based on the Jaguars D type racing car, which won the 24-hour Le-Mans for three consecutive years. 

Originally produced as a rear-wheel drive grand tourer or a two-seater coupé later produces, a 2-seater convertible roadster and 2 + 2 four-seater version of the coupe with a longer wheelbase was released in 1966.

Jaguar Classic Works [6]

Jaguar has invested in a brand-new purpose-built classic facility; the state-of-the-art building brings history back to life by rebuilding limited edition classic Jaguar cars, including series 1E- Type and the 1951 Jaguar C type.

Jaguar is a great brand, and there is no doubt that leasing a Jaguar i is an excellent choice, offering a high level of technology and engineering for the price.

One of the main advantages of Personal or Business Contract Hire is that it can help you budget more effectively. Your monthly payments are fixed, so you'll always know exactly how much you need to set aside. This can be particularly useful if you're worried about your expenses increasing.

Other benefits of choosing a Contract Hire deal include a low initial payment and the ability to personalise your lease to suit your needs. Plus, with many different Jaguar models available on lease, you can get a higher-specification car for your budget.

So, if you're considering leasing your next car, check out the best Tilsun Leasing PCH deals.


[1] Jaguar Cars. (2022, October 7). In Wikipedia.



[4] Jaguar Cars. (2022, October 7). In Wikipedia.

[5] Thanks to Wikipedia


* Jaguar Website 2022

**Ryder Report (British Leyland). (2022, January 9). In Wikipedia.

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