If you can find a well taken care of, maintained 2002 - 2003 xjr with less than 60k miles , for under $12,000 , buy it... As of 2015 , there is not a better bargain for a high performance sedan on the used car market. these cars as very quick ,ride and handle like a dream. They are known to have a bullet proof drive train. With proper care are , these cars will run strong well thru 120k plus .miles. Stay away from the R1 brembo optioned units, yes the stop faster, but rotor and pad replacement costs are astronomical. With minor perf. mods. ie: air intake update ,supercharger pulley upgrade, this car puts out 400 plus hp. Wrap that in jaguars plush ,finely crafted coach work, and you end up with an awesome ,well balanced, rocket ship.
Best everyday sports car I've owned
2014 Jaguar F-TypeDouglas OC - Orange County, CA01/22/2017
I have the F-Type S...Having owned a 911 cab, an S5 Cab, an e550 cab, a Boxster S, and many other sports cars I have to say for everyday driving, this is by far the most enjoyable. The sports seats are perfect, the dynamic mode not only drives fantastic, but sounds like a Ferrari. Throw it into sport mode and it's a beast. Great interior fit too. I get people staring and asking about it too. Really a fantastic car. Also, was the runner up to the 911 in 2014 for JD Powers initial quality. Great buy...
Really Beautiful Car
2016 Jaguar F-TypeJohn B - Brookfield, WI03/03/2017
I have enjoyed this car immensely over the past year. Even in silver, it draws a ton of attention whenever I drive it. The engine sounds are incredibly fun. The car rides well, has tons of technology & is put together quite well. I have owned several German sports cars; this Jag is a pleasant departure that stands apart from them on the basis of its design. That being said, it is not easy to get in and out of, and, it attracts a lot of attention (which is both good and sometimes not so good!)
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