Subtle but so much neater than none.
2016 Jaguar XE 2.0D 180/430 R Sport, Polaris White with loads of options!
Same here, bought Chinese knock-offs from eBay for around AU$60 about eight months ago.
They have "Jacuar" text on them, that's right, Jacuar with a "c" not a "g", the fit is 95% right not quite perfect, and I had to drill an extra mounting hole in each front wheel well lining to improve the fit, but otherwise they went on easy enough, they look the piece, and they do what it says on the tin.
2014 F-Type S coupe in Lunar Grey with Red Zone interior and almost all the options. SOLD - 2010 Jaguar XFR, Kyanite/Ivory/Black Pack/Dark Oak, Coventry Whitley wheels, H-pipe, XFR-S tune.
You really need to see them in the flesh. Photos don't do them justice, I don't notice mine really and I'd rather have them than paint the sills and rear bumper every few months.
MY15 XFR-S Sportbrake Ultra Blue 5.0 V8 Supercharged
Previous; MY15 XF R-Sport Sportbrake 3.0 IRR / MY13.5 XF Sport Sportbrake 2.2 Polaris White
Good that there are different opinions, I undertand they do a job but very much function over style in my book
MY10 XFS Portfolio in Magnolia
Not sure I'd bother but I fitted them to both XFs because I live up a farm track and didn't want the paintwork peppered. I think the Jaguar ones look fine, very discreet and also help keep the car cleaner, but I know not to everyone's taste.
Yup, had what I refuse to call anything other than "mudflaps" on both of my XFs. I prefer the look of the car with them.
XF replaced by a big tractor due to intransigence of Jaguar marketing. A V6 engine and a Portfolio interior are now mutually exclusive if you live in the UK, but not elsewhere.
Old lives matter!