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...
The closest you will get to an everyday Ferrari
2014 Jaguar F-TypeAlex M - San Diego, CA01/15/2017
I own an F type convertible V6. I compared it to Porsches, BMW M series, and pretty much any sporty classy car in the market. I needed it for everyday commute, but my wife has an SUV so I don't need it for normal practical purposes.
The feel of this car is a blend of British elegance, American muscle, italian sexyness and it' has it's own character of a raw, fun machine made to make life better.
The design is unmatched and it stands as an instant classic.
When the owner of a db5 aston martin stops to ask you about the car, you know you drive something special. I don't think that guy asks the guy with a Porsche or a BMW M4 anything.
This is just something else.
Cons: less trunk space than competition, that's about it.
Great car at a fair price
2013 Jaguar XKHank Fontes - San Juan capistrano, CA10/12/2016
It is one of the finest design for sports cars of its time. This not only my opinion. At any speed, performance is prefect. The car comes with all the bells and whistles that technology could produce. I just realized yesterday, that when backing up along with bells sounding when getting close to a stable object, the sounds from the radio are greatly reduced so not distract attention from the issue of backing up. GREAT CAR
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