The clock needs to be easier to set. I gave up on changing it for daylight savings time. I love my Jag. My son bought it when he got out of the Navy. One month later he said he was going to trade it in. That it was an old man's car. I told him I would give him my 2002 Chevrolet Impala that was paid for and I would take over the Jag. I got the better deal.
Bought the car new. The interior is made cheaply and has flaws. The headliner fell down after a few years and is expensive to replace. The vanity mirrors have covers that break off easily. The cigarette lighter works some of the time. The clock and radio require the manual to reset as it is not easy to remember.
The seats are very comfortable and adjust comfortably. The heating is great and comfortable. The steering wheel adjusts great. Good leg room in front seat.
Better quality design on small items such as vanity mirrors. Headliner should not fall down. Easier programming of clock and radio.
I bought my car in 2005 with 10k miles on it.
It is my all the time car and now has 97k miles on it.
The only problems I have had is the front driver side barren went out, replaced the brakes twice, and the electronic e-brake went out (which I have not replace).
I do not considered these major problems.
I love this car and complete recommend it to any one.
I do not plan on replacing it anytime soon.
I have been through 2 major accidents and have never been hurt.
The car still rides smooth and if you look at it you would never know it has been through the accidents.
I love the stylish look of the inside and outside.
The comfort of driving and riding in it.
Just everything about it.
The only improvement I would recommend is making the trunk area larger.
You might be able to get 2 large suitcases in it.