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!)
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.
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