The Wall Street Journal: Does Jaguar’s new sedan live up to the brand’s legacy?

I don’t wear business suits often and then only badly. The standard two-button, single-vent suit, what Brooks Brothers calls its Madison Fit, hangs on me like hazmat gear. And I’m not spending $1,500 on any power suit that doesn’t fly.

Brooks Brothers does offer a midpriced line. These garments aren’t the equal of the grown-ups’ suits, but I prefer the tailoring: more shoulder, less hinder. And inasmuch as the Jaguar XF sedan is also a younger, leaner, more attainable product from a formerly stuffy luxury brand, it’s cut of the same cloth.

Jaguar began its experiment in mass class in September 2015, slashing prices on some models in the U.S.

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