2021 Jaguar F-TYPE

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2021 Jaguar F-TYPE Price, Review and Buying Guide

Updated on: October 8, 2020

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The Jaguar F-Type Coupe is undeniably very attractive and the 2021 F-type has also new refreshed looks with sportier headlamps, wider grille, and new interior design. The F-type comes in 4 trims with the R-trim being at the top and shares a similar performance perspective with the SVR trim of the 2020 F-type. 

The F-Type is offered in the Coupe body style but for an extra 3 grand, you get the convertible version of the desired trim. The base model is priced just above $60,000 and the range rockets to well over $100,000 for the brawny V8 model.

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Pros

Potent engine options

Sorted driving dynamics

Cons

Ride quality is not so plush

Laggy infotainment system

What's New?

Newly redesigned exterior for the 2021 model

Upgraded chassis


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Colors and Styles

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7.9

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Trims and Configurations

MSRP


2021 Jaguar F-TYPE Base

Base

power
296 hp @ 5500 rpm
fuel
Premium unleaded
mpg
18 combined

$61,600


Style Prices MPG Engine Transmission Drivetrain Seats Colors
P300 2dr Coupe (2.0L 4cyl Turbo 8A) Starting at $61,600 MSRP (23/18/30) 296 hp @ 5500 rpm, 2 L, Inline 4, Premium unleaded
8-speed shiftable automatic rear wheel drive 2

2021 Jaguar F-TYPE First Edition

First Edition

power
296 hp @ 5500 rpm
fuel
Premium unleaded
mpg
18 combined

$73,100


Style Prices MPG Engine Transmission Drivetrain Seats Colors
First Edition 2dr Coupe (2.0L 4cyl 8A) Starting at $73,100 MSRP (23/18/30) 296 hp @ 5500 rpm, 2 L, Inline 4, Premium unleaded
8-speed shiftable automatic rear wheel drive 2

Expert Review, Pricing Analysis and Buying Guide

7.9

Overall Rating


The Jaguar F-Type Coupe is the latest Jag of the line from British manufacturers. The F-type has always been known for its aggressive looks and sharp handling and has been the first choice for a fast and agile car all over Europe but didn’t leave much of an impression in the US market, but the folks at Jaguar have decided to change this by heavily redesigning the F-type, let’s see if it’s a right move.

2021 Jaguar F-TYPE Coupe Front View
2021 Jaguar F-TYPE Coupe Rear View


2021 Jaguar F-TYPE Pricing and Features

The 2021 Jaguar F-Type Coupe trim levels comprise five trim options: P300, First Edition, R-Dynamic, and R -trim. The price for the entry-level trim is $62K, which is a bit on the higher side as the base model is powered by a puny 2.0L four-cylinder engine. All the variants come standard with the updated infotainment system and a new 12.3” inch fully digital cluster gauge, lane-keep assist, and self-parking feature.

Model

P300

First Edition

MSRP

$61,600

$73,100

Features

18” inch 10 spoked wheels

20” inch 5 spoked wheels

 

Front and Rear Parking Aid

Black Contrast Roof

 

12-way Front Seats with Seat Memory Function

Aluminum gearshift paddles

 

Active Sports Exhaust

Ebony Suede cloth headlining

 

Interactive Driver Display

Climate Pack and Blind Spot assist

The P300 trim, priced at $61,600 comes with a 2.0L Turbo Inline-4 engine which produces 296 hp comes standard with 4 channel ABS, Forward collision alarm system, total 6 airbags with dual Front and occupant sensing airbags, traction control, front head restraints, DRL’s and four-wheel independent suspension

The First Edition trim comes next at $73,100 also comes with the same 2.0L Turbo Inline-4 comes with remote keyless entry, side-impact bars, Electronic stability, 12 meridian speakers with speed-sensitive volume, a 770W premium amplifier.

The R-Dynamic trim is priced at $81,800 and comes with a DOHC valve train 380-hp turbocharged 3.0L V-6 engine comes with Power rear spoiler, chrome tip exhaust, rocker panel arms, steady front roll bars, auto-dimming mirrors, Jaguar smart proximity key, 8-way power seats, full Morzine cloth headliner, Carbon-fiber instrument panel, wireless connectivity.

2021 Jaguar F-TYPE Coupe Third Quarter View

The R trim sits at the top, priced at $103,200 and comes with a supercharged 5.0L V8 which produces 575 British horses and 516lb-ft of torque comes with all the features you’d ever need like front pretensioners, a panic alarm, track system, Quick-shift sequential sport shift, quad stainless steel chrome tail exhaust pipes, BSW performance tires, Meridian tri field digital signal processor to name a few.

2021 Jaguar F-TYPE Maintenance, Reliability and Warranty

Jaguar has been lacking behind in reliability when compared to its German competition like Porsche and Mercedes, the previous models have faced many problems like fuel leaks and crankshaft pulley malfunctions on the V8 & V6 models, but Jaguar tries to solve this problem by giving extended warranty periods than the competition and complimentary scheduled maintenance. The 2020 model was recalled by NHTSA for a minor issue, a tire placard displayed incorrect information, so what we’re saying with more and more years, the F-type has evolved as the perfect daily driver in a sports car package.

Reliability and Ownership Costs

The feature-filled F-Type Coupe has been refined more than ever before and keeping in mind the previous complaint history, Jaguar has heavily remodeled the F-type to decrease your visits to the workshop. The Jag offers complimentary scheduled maintenance for 5 years. The F-type is also capable of keeping itself secure as it scored five out of five for guarding against being stolen and four out of five for resisting being broken into in Thatcham Research security tests. 

Category

Year 1

Year 2

Year 3

Year 4

Year 5

Total

Tax Credit

$0

$0

$0

$0

$0

$0

Insurance

$1,007

$1,042

$1,079

$1,116

$1,156

$5,400

Maintenance

$75

$829

$94

$1,894

$2,733

$5,625

Repairs

$0

$0

$0

$0

$3,778

$3,778

Taxes & Fees

$4,768

$70

$70

$70

$70

$5,048

Financing

$4,440

$3,570

$2,643

$1,654

$598

$12,905

Depreciation

$18,280

$7,617

$6,227

$6,977

$6,097

$45,198

Fuel

$1,988

$2,047

$2,109

$2,172

$2,237

$10,553

True Cost to Own

$30,558

$15,175

$12,222

$13,883

$16,669

$88,507

The prices. The maintenance cost is quite high as you’d expect from a Jag but surprisingly lower than the same spec Porsche, and costs similar to the Lexus 350F. The Lexus comes with the most reliable engine in the segment, the 3.5L 2GR-FKS from the Japanese experts.

Warranty

Jaguar offers a well-defined safety net for the F-Type coupe that stands right with its competition with competitive limited and powertrain warranties which are at par with what Mercedes and Porsche have to offer. These Germans go one step ahead by also providing complimentary scheduled maintenance coverage and 24-hour road assistance in the United States for 5-Year/60,000-Mile under Limited Warranty term.

Criteria

Period

Limited warranty

5 years/ 60,000 miles; whichever is earlier

Powertrain warranty

5 years/ 60,000 miles; whichever is earlier

24-hour roadside assistance

5 years/ 60,000 miles; whichever is earlier

Corrosion perforation warranty

6years/unlimited miles

Miles Per Dollar

The annual maintenance cost for the F-type lies around $1,500, the insurance costs around $1,200/year and the average fuel cost can lie around $1,900-$2,000. But, because it’s a sports car, the repair and maintenance cost depends very much on your driving style, age of the car, your location and how you maintain it over the years. Considering all these costs, the F-Type Coupe should cover around 3 miles per dollar. 

2021 Jaguar F-TYPE Buying Advice

We recommend the R-Dynamic trim, as this trim comes with all the features one would expect from a car that costs almost a 100 grand, Under the hood, the supercharged V6 produces 380 which weighs lighter than the beefy V8 and has AWD as standard, includes the Jaguar’s climate pack with dual-zone automatic climate control and also heated seats and steering wheel and comes with keyless entry. 

Is buying a used car Jaguar F-Type Coupe a good idea?

The Jaguar F-type undergoes depreciation faster than the Porsche Cayman but surprisingly slower than both the Merc and the Lexus. The F-type instantly undergoes a depreciation of 10-12% in its first year of purchase and the depreciation curves stiffens up with it’s increasing usage, so buying a relatively new F-type might be a good idea, as these are very well maintained, low repair cost and large aftermarket support, but before buying make sure to check the car doesn’t have a major problem under the hood, as it can cost you too much. The best year to buy a used F-type, would be from 2017 as they are relatively new, and you can even find a nice and maintained R-trim for as low as $40,000, which is even lower than half of what you have to pay for the car when it was new.

But keep in mind only go for a second hand F-type if you have no problem with the latest tech missing in your car and are ready for some frequent visits to the mechanic, otherwise the refreshed 2021 model is worth waiting for.

2021 Jaguar F-TYPE Engine and Performance

The Jaguar F-type comes in three engine options with the 2.0L Turbo Inline-4 engine in the P300 trim and the same in the First Edition trim while the R-Dynamic trim steps up the game with a 380-hp supercharged 3.0L V-6. The R trim sits at the top of the food chain with a 5.0L V8 which produces 575 British horses and 516lb-ft sings the beautiful roar of its V8 and comes with a sport exhaust mode which makes it singing V8 even louder. The R-trim equals in performance with the 2020 F-type SVR trim

2021 Jaguar F-TYPE Coupe Engine

While the F-type has gone a major facelift, underneath the skin the chassis is pretty much the same as the previous versions however for V8 models the suspension has been heavily reworked, and the body is stiffer than in the 2020 models too. Jaguar engineers fiddled with the anti-roll bars and are now a bit softer at the front, and a bit stiffer at the back. They recalibrated the electric power steering which makes the car more responsive yet also more progressive on the limit.

Models

2021 Jaguar F-Type Coupe 

2020 Mercedes-AMG C 43

2020 Lexus RC 350 F Sport

2020 Porsche 718 Cayman

MSRP

$61,600

$55,950

$46,390

$59,900

Engine

2.0L turbocharged Inline-4

3.0L Bi-Turbo V6

3.5L V6

2.0L turbocharged flat-4

Drivetrain

RWD

AWD

AWD

RWD

Transmission

8-speed automatic transmission

9-speed automatic transmission

6-speed automatic transmission

6-speed automatic transmission

Power

296 hp @ 6500 rpm

385 hp @ 6100 rpm

311 hp @ 6600 rpm

300 hp @ 6500 rpm

Torque

295 lb-ft @ 1500 rpm

384lb-ft @ 2500 rpm

280lb-ft @ 4800 rpm

282 lb-ft @ 1,950 rpm

Looking at the list, the Mercedes-AMG C43 brings the best combination of price and performance, while it faces some serious competition from its Japanese competitor Lexus 350F does look bang for the buck with the biggest engine. The Mercedes AMG C43 has the best transmission in the segment, the 9-Speed AMG SpeedShift TCT automatic.

2021 Jaguar F-Type Coupe Acceleration and Braking Performance

The F-type R does naught to 60 in 5.4 seconds which is quite impressive but still lower than its competition and the top speed is limited to 155 MPH for the lower trim and 186 MPH for the R-spec. The handling is the part where the F-type shines, famous for its aggressive nature. The ride quality for slower speeds is not as much as fun, but the trick in Jag is that the faster you go, the better it feels on the road.

2021 Jaguar F-TYPE Coupe Accelerate 0-60 MPH Just In 5.4 Sec.

The P300 comes only in RWD while other trims can get AWD as optional. In the AWD versions in the rear, you also have electronically controlled limited-slip differential so you control the power to the wheel with the most grip, but still, can send at most 30% power to the front wheels while 100% in the rear wheels.

2021 Jaguar F-TYPE Coupe Braking Distance 60-0 MPH Just In 101 Ft.

Brakes in the F-type are also upgraded from last with 380-millimeter distant front gripped by two-piston caliper and at the back, you have 376-millimeter disk quick by single-piston calipers but also can be upgraded to carbon ceramics.

Models

2021 Jaguar F-Type Coupe 

2020 Mercedes-AMG C 43

2020 Lexus RC 350 F Sport

2020 Porsche 718 Cayman

0-60 MPH

5.4 sec

4.5 sec

5.7 sec

4.5 sec

Quarter-Mile

14.1

12.2

14.2

12.0 sec

Top-Speed

155 MPH

155 MPH

168 MPH

171 MPH

60-0 MPH (feet)

101 ft

109 ft

115 ft

99.8 ft

The stopping distance is best in the Porsche Cayman because of it’s rear-engine, lightweight and nimble nature, the F-type stopping distance is also quite decent, even in the AMG C43 stops under 110 ft which is quite impressive but the Lexus RC 350 has the longest braking distance even with the biggest disks, both front, and rear, in the segment.

2021 Jaguar F-TYPE Fuel Economy

The 2021 Jaguar F-Type Coupe has a combined mileage of 21 mpg. The number may not be quite as impressive as both the V6 and V8 sip gasoline very fast and are recommended to drive on premium unleaded fuel for best performance but the number is a little better for the Inline-4.

2021 Jaguar F-TYPE Coupe Instrument Cluster

The range is impressive enough to take it on a long drive even if you keep the thrilling handling and feel of the car aside.

Model

2021 Jaguar F-Type Coupe 

2020 Mercedes-AMG C 43

2020 Lexus RC 350 F Sport

2020 Porsche 718 Cayman

MPG (City)

18

19

19

21

MPG (Highway)

26

27

26

28

MPG (Combined)

21

22

21

24

Fuel Capacity (Gallons)

18.5

17.4

17.4

14.2

Range(City/Highway/Combined) (miles)

333/481/388

330/ 470/376

331/452/366

298/397/340

Looking at the rivals, F-type provides the best figures in mileage and with the biggest fuel tank wins in vehicle range by miles. The Porsche Cayman has the smallest fuel tank but offers better fuel economy than the rest.

2021 Jaguar F-TYPE Interior

The 2021 Jaguar F-Type Coupe is basically a heavily reworked version of the old F-type, but it’s missing key tech that you would expect in a two-seater sports tourer. It misses out on radar-guided cruise control and there’s a lane assist but doesn’t work as properly as you would see in most premium cars, which would do everything for you like brake steer accelerate, so it’s like a cat you can’t fully trust. The Vanity mirror in the front seats doesn’t make sense as they are quite small and don’t come with lights.

2021 Jaguar F-TYPE Coupe Front Seat

You get pop up air vents on the dashboard which does look nice and you also get a handlebar for your front passenger. The F-type comes with dual-zone climate control, ambient lighting which can be set accordingly as per your mood, a driver condition monitor. You can also opt for a Panoramic roof in the coupe but the exciting bit is that you can change the whole Aluminium roof with Carbon fiber one which decreases its weight by 11lbs. The legroom in the Jag is more than generous but the shoulder space and support are on the stiffer side.

Model

2021 Jaguar F-Type Coupe 

2020 Mercedes-AMG C 43

2020 Lexus RC 350 F Sport

2020 Porsche 718 Cayman

Seating Capacity

2

4

4

2

Front Row(Headroom/Shoulder Room/Leg Room) (in)

36.8/56.5/42.8

40.9/55.3/41.7

39/54.7/45.4

38.3/51.5/41.6

Rear Row (Headroom/Shoulder Room/Leg Room) (in)

N/A

37.1/55/35.2

34.8/50.8/27.3

N/A

Trunk space in the F-type is not the most generous, as you'd expect from a front engined sports car with 10.9 cu-ft. of trunk space and 14.4 cu-ft. without the cover. The convertible has an even smaller trunk space of just 7.3 cu-ft. due to its retractable roof.

How’s the 2021 Jaguar F-Type Coupe’s infotainment system?

The screen size of the infotainment system is the same at 10’ inches but you get the Jaguar-Land Rover latest touch screen infotainment system. The system isn’t state of the art but features simple menu and nice graphics and comes with all the latest tech to enjoy the ride like Apple CarPlay/Android Auto and climate and audio control, Satnav, a rearview camera, traffic sign recognition and also an adaptive speed limiter which limits the speed when turned on.

2021 Jaguar F-TYPE Coupe Infotainment Sceren

The coupe comes with a 10-speaker Meridian sound system and 330W amplifier and a 12-speaker Meridian sound system with a bass-thumping 770W premium amplifier in the R-Dynamic and R-trim.

2021 Jaguar F-TYPE basic Coupe front seats
2021 Jaguar F-TYPE basic Coupe center console
2021 Jaguar F-TYPE basic Coupe front seats and badge
2021 Jaguar F-TYPE basic Coupe steering wheel
2021 Jaguar F-TYPE basic Coupe rear seats
2021 Jaguar F-TYPE basic Coupe front seats

2021 Jaguar F-TYPE Exterior

The most prominent change in the 2021 Jaguar F-type is on its exterior. The body of the Jag is heavily remodeled. You get an all-new lower wider grill and the most significant update is the design of the headlamps. They are set lower than before and are sharper than before and look more aggressive which makes the nose of the car longer than before even though the car has the exact same proportions with the 2020 model. 

2021 Jaguar F-TYPE Coupe Third Quarter View

The front splitter is longer and comes with an F-type logo and adds to even more aggressive looks. The clamshell bonnet looks classic. The whole rear bumper is redesigned with sharper looks, you get deep diffusers which look really mean. The F-type sits on 20’inch alloy wheels with contrasting dual-tone black and silver paint.

Model

2021 Jaguar F-Type Coupe 

2020 Mercedes-AMG C 43

2020 Lexus RC 350 F Sport

2020 Porsche 718 Cayman

Curb Weight (lb)

3843

3825

3891

2994

Length (in)

176.0

185

185

172.4

Width (in)

74.2

71.3

72.4

70.9

Height (in)

51.6

56.3

55.1

51.0

Ground Clearance(in)

3.9

3.5

5.3

4.3

Wheelbase (in)

103.2

111.8

107.5

97.4

The Porsche is the smallest sports coupe here and also the lightest which is why it feels the liveliest when thrown around the twisties. The RC 350 F is the heaviest of the lot and by quite a margin. With that said, the C43 and the RC350 have the most accommodating cabin thanks to their generous dimensions.

2021 Jaguar F-TYPE basic Coupe wheel
2021 Jaguar F-TYPE basic Coupe rear view
2021 Jaguar F-TYPE basic Coupe rear view
2021 Jaguar F-TYPE basic Coupe rear three quarter view
2021 Jaguar F-TYPE basic Coupe right side view
2021 Jaguar F-TYPE basic Coupe rear three quarter view

2021 Jaguar F-TYPE Safety

All the mandatory safety equipment like blind-spot monitoring, lane-keeping assist, and self-parking feature, front and back parking sensors, adaptive speed limiter, auto high/low beam headlights, driver condition monitor, automatic emergency braking, rear traffic alert feature, blind-spot monitoring, parallel park assist, and an InControl Protect emergency SOS. The F-Type Coupe scored a full 5-star rating in the roll-over test conducted by the NHTSA. 

2021 Jaguar F-TYPE Competition

2021 Jaguar F-Type Coupe Vs Porsche 718 Cayman

Both the cars have long heritage while the F-type has to live up to the legacy of the 1961 E-type while Porsche 718 Cayman has its own heritage from its first release in the year 2006.

2021  Porsche 718 Cayman

The Porsche Cayman stands as the better option with similar performance for lower price but the F-type offers more luxury and comfort while the drive on the Porsche feels stiffer. Both are track-focused cars and provide the best performance for your hard-earned money.

2021 Jaguar F-Type Coupe Vs Mercedes AMG C43

Jaguar F-type faces tough competition from the AMG C43 as it delivers most performance for the best price and the AMG racing pedigree fits well with the C43 and with borrowing its luxury from the Benz C300. It’s a much better all-round package than the F-Type. 

2021 Mercedes AMG C43

2021 Jaguar F-TYPE Final Verdict

The Jaguar F-type is a fun little sports car and the best way to enjoy this hardcore monster is by putting your foot down and enjoying the soundtrack of the supercharged V8/V6 under the hood. The Chassis provides confidence to push the car hard around the corners. Jaguar makes it simple by putting the engine in the front, drive-in rear, and a big smiling driver in the middle. Yes, the boot space is quite low and yes, it’s not cheap, especially the top trims, but the car that looks this good and sounds so fantastic, you won’t be bothered by anything once you’re behind the wheel.

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2021 Jaguar F-TYPE Overall Reviews


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Stephanie sullivan

2021 Jaguar F-TYPE

P300 2dr Coupe (2.0L 4cyl Turbo 8A)

5

User Overall Rating

Posted On: January 7, 2021

A tad bigger on the inside would have made more sense

Pros - Yellow gloss finish, digital driver display, Corners incredibly well

Cons - Sluggish off the line, armrest compartment storage, headroom

Overall Review

5 /10 Overall Rating

Jaguar f type is a pretty good at cornering and looks but lacks that basic touch of a sports car and the comfort as well

6/10
Features
6/10
Interior
6/10
Design
5/10
Safety
6/10
Reliability
6/10
Deal Value
4/10
Dealer Review

ND

Nicholas S. Dougherty

2020 Jaguar F-TYPE

P300 2dr Coupe (2.0L 4cyl Turbo 8A)

10

User Overall Rating

Posted On: October 7, 2020

Full of everything

Pros - Full of it

Cons - Bluetooth

Overall Review

10 /10 Overall Rating

My new Jag never gave me any problems although I wish I waited for sometime before they released this 2021 model. Looks a lot better than this one and who knows, maybe drives better too

10/10
Features
10/10
Interior
10/10
Design
10/10
Safety
10/10
Reliability
10/10
Deal Value
10/10
Dealer Review

LC

Leslie C. Channell

2020 Jaguar F-TYPE

P340 2dr Coupe (3.0L 6cyl S/C 8A)

1

User Overall Rating

Posted On: October 7, 2020

Makes sense why Jaguars are endangered

Pros - Just the design

Cons - Underpowered, suspension issues, bumpy downshifts

Overall Review

1 /10 Overall Rating

For and engine of 183 cu inch displacement and supercharger aiding the performance, the p340 is nothing but a remorse if sheer power is the question. One would still take the mediocre driving if the next important thing, reliability is on the list. Unfortunately Jaguars have been long known for the poor reliability and apparently there is nothing they have done to rectify that. Suspension issues, lugs before sensing a downshift is required which then happens to be like a blow at the back. Suspension has also had issues which is the only thing dealership was able to fix. So, yeah 6000 miles on odo in Jaguar have not been pleasant at all

4/10
Features
1/10
Interior
6/10
Design
3/10
Safety
1/10
Reliability
1/10
Deal Value
1/10
Dealer Review

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Used Jaguar F-TYPE for Sale

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2021 Jaguar F-TYPE 3 $59,520 115 Listings
2021 Jaguar F-TYPE 0 $98,500 1 Listings
2020 Jaguar F-TYPE 0 $51,887 4 Listings
2020 Jaguar F-TYPE 0 $54,945 12 Listings
2020 Jaguar F-TYPE 2 $58,963 19 Listings
2019 Jaguar F-TYPE 0 $53,990 1 Listings
2019 Jaguar F-TYPE 1 $46,955 7 Listings
2018 Jaguar F-TYPE 0 $41,895 13 Listings
2018 Jaguar F-TYPE 2 $36,990 26 Listings
2017 Jaguar F-TYPE 0 $37,822 40 Listings
2017 Jaguar F-TYPE 4 $34,233 136 Listings
2016 Jaguar F-TYPE 0 $42,990 2 Listings
2016 Jaguar F-TYPE 0 $31,995 42 Listings
2015 Jaguar F-TYPE 0 $33,655 1 Listings
2015 Jaguar F-TYPE 0 $15,795 32 Listings

Top User Reviews

5

User Overall Rating

A tad bigger on the inside would have made more sense

Jaguar f type is a pretty good at cornering and looks but lacks that basic touch of a sports car and the comfort as well

by Stephanie sullivan

10

User Overall Rating

Full of everything

My new Jag never gave me any problems although I wish I waited for sometime before they released this 2021 model. Looks a lot better than this one and who knows, maybe drives better too

by Nicholas S. Dougherty

1

User Overall Rating

Makes sense why Jaguars are endangered

For and engine of 183 cu inch displacement and supercharger aiding the performance, the p340 is nothing but a remorse if sheer power is the question. One would still take the mediocre driving if the next important thing, reliability is on the list. Unfortunately Jaguars have been long known for the poor reliability and apparently there is nothing they have done to rectify that. Suspension issues, ...

by Leslie C. Channell

10

User Overall Rating

Full of everything

My new Jag never gave me any problems although I wish I waited for sometime before they released this 2021 model. Looks a lot better than this one and who knows, maybe drives better too

by Daniel M. Elkins

10

User Overall Rating

Intoxicated noises

It has been more than 4 months and it still drives like new. It has been such a great experience driving it. Everywhere you go it gets all the attention. The sound is like no other I had ever heard. Not only is it beautiful, but it is also fast and handles well. The build quality is not comparable to the Germans but it offers the experience no German car can.

by Melvin J. Davis

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