2018 Jaguar F-TYPE Review
2018 Jaguar F-TYPE Review
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Dan spent many years covering the go-fast, look-good, get-loud corners of the automotive universe. First, he served as editor of enthusiast magazines AutoSound and Honda Tuning, then as executive editor at SEMA News, the publishing arm of the trade group that produces the annual SEMA Show (yes, that show). As a contributor to Edmunds, he now likes to keep the volume low and the speed limit legal, providing expert car-shopping advice to drivers looking for the perfect match.
- Offers potent four-cylinder and V6 engines and outright steroidal V8s
- Handling is precise, predictable and rewarding
- Sublime interior design and quality, like fine English tailoring
- Passenger and cargo space are secondary considerations
- Compromises some measures of comfort to performance
- Engine, road, tire noise: It's all there, and loud
For 2018, there's a new four-cylinder-powered base model as well as new R-Dynamic and 400 Sport trim levels. Other updates include LED headlights, lightweight seats, an updated touchscreen media system, a self-parking system and additional driver assistance features. The S designation is discontinued.
Loud, raucous and not exceptionally practical, the Jaguar F-Type remains one of our favorite sports car indulgences. Its gorgeous shape and proportions are among the best on the road and belie the precise, aggressive tendencies lurking underneath. The 2018 Jaguar F-Type gives us further cause to rejoice with a more modern, streamlined media-navigation interface replacing the dated tech in earlier models.
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Cost to DriveCost to drive estimates for the 2018 Jaguar F-TYPE 2dr Coupe (2.0L 4cyl Turbo 8A) and comparison vehicles are based on 15,000 miles per year (with a mix of 55% city and 45% highway driving) and energy estimates of $4.07 per gallon for premium unleaded in Virginia.
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Avg. Compact Car
You can get the F-Type as a convertible or coupe, with a four-cylinder or a supercharged V6 or V8 engine, with a manual or paddle-shifted automatic transmission and in rear- or all-wheel-drive configuration. That's a surprising amount of variation, and it befits the kind of tailored class of cars to which it belongs. Drivers who seek maximum exhilaration need only consider the two 500-plus-horsepower V8, which is brash, loud and blisteringly fast. The V6, available in 340-hp and 380-hp versions, or the new four-cylinder addition should suit everyone else just fine.
New safety systems are available this year to help you avoid incidents on your daily commute, plus the new ReRun InControl app, a smartphone app that can download video from a mounted GoPro camera and overlay performance data on the image. It should be a fun toy for track-day heroes.
Though our favorite versions of the F-Type aren't inexpensive, they're still a relative bargain compared to some German and Japanese rivals. This is a sports car that's worth every penny.
What's it like to live with?
For more information on the Jaguar F-Type of this generation, read about our experiences from a full year of living with our long-term 2015 Jaguar F-Type R. We had some mixed reactions to seat comfort, but we almost unanimously loved this F-Type for its brash engine and exhaust notes. The 2018 F-Type R has more available safety features and is only offered with all-wheel drive, but our 2015 long-term test was conducted with the rear-wheel-drive model that was discontinued. In terms of overall spirit, though, they're the same.
Edmunds' Expert Rating7.0 / 10
Loud, raucous and not particularly practical, the Jaguar F-Type remains one of our favorite sports car indulgences. Its gorgeous shape and proportions are among the best on the road and belie the precise, aggressive tendencies lurking underneath.
Each vehicle typically comes in multiple versions that are fundamentally similar. The ratings in this review are based on our full test of both the 2016 Jaguar F-Type S Coupe (supercharged 3.0L V6 | 6-speed manual | RWD) and a 2016 F-Type R Coupe (supercharged 5.0L V8 | 8-speed automatic | AWD). Note that our star ratings reflect the S Coupe's rating, while observations about the R Coupe are integrated into comments.
Also note that since this test was conducted, the current F-Type has received revisions, including upgrades to its media and infotainment systems. Our findings remain broadly applicable to this year's F-Type, and we've commented on the sections where the 2018 model might be different.
|Overall||7.0 / 10|
The 380-hp V6 has plenty of power for most drivers, but the six-speed manual's clumsy clutch and tall gear ratios make it less responsive than the automatic. In the R Coupe, all-wheel drive makes for a less frenetic (but no less potent) distribution of the V8's 550 hp.
Zero to 60 mph in 5.2 seconds, up to 1 second slower than V6 F-Type's rivals. Quick acceleration is tricky with a nonintuitive, slipping clutch that emits an acrid, burning smell. The R Coupe did consistent 0-60-mph runs in 3.6 seconds with magnificent quick shifts, no launch control or wheelspin.
Panic stops from 60 mph required 106 feet, a good result for the class. The pedal remained reassuringly firm; very little nosedive. The R Coupe's carbon-ceramic brakes have less initial bite than steel rotors but yielded consistent 60-to-zero-mph stops of 103 feet.
Appropriate steering effort for a sports car, adjustable from drive menus. Reactions to inputs are immediate and predictable, but we'd prefer a bit more feedback. R Coupe steering is quick and precise, excellent at concealing the sensation of power going to the front wheels.
Tackles corners with aggressive precision. Excellent weight balance allows driver to take turns with confidence and glee. Not the quickest through turns, but entertaining, intuitive. R Coupe's AWD adds layer of stability but also 130 pounds. Dampers make car softer but can still summon powerslides.
Smooth clutch engagement requires care and is annoying in heavy traffic. Auto stop-start causes shudders but reacts quickly when depressing the clutch pedal. No cruise control (added for 2018) makes long trips taxing. R Coupe is a refined daily driver, but low front airdam scrapes on driveways.
The stiff suspension isn't bad by sports car standards. The seats may be too firm for some (revised for 2018). The car is rather loud with road/engine/exhaust noise. In heavy traffic, the engine auto stop-start system limits the effectiveness of the air-conditioning.
The power-adjustable seats ensure a comfortable driving position, but stiff padding and the center seam create long-term discomfort. Leather can be stifling, even in mild weather. The seats lack adequate ventilation for long-range/hot-weather comfort.
The ride quality is stiff though not harsh in normal drive modes. Moderate undulations cause some jostling. The Dynamic mode increases ride stiffness to the point of being intrusive. The R Coupe's active dampers are still too stiff for some.
Noise & vibration6.0
Long drives can be a challenge because of the Jag's high amount of road noise. The engine note is ever-present but sounds good. The V8 is loud and magnificent when the accelerator is pressed with intent. The F-Type is not for those who want a quiet cabin.
It's a bit chintzy that dual-zone automatic climate control remains an option. Should be standard at this price. The pop-up air vents add a unique elegance not usually seen in competitors.
Attractive with high-quality materials but lacks usable space. Suffers from poor outward visibility, an outdated infotainment system and limited cargo capacity. Most rivals are more accommodating, particularly for taller passengers.
Ease of use6.5
The switchgear layout is clean and minimal, with preferable three-dial climate controls. The volume knob, though, is placed awkwardly behind the shifter. Infotainment system still dreadfully out of date, not very intuitive, compared to competitors (revised for 2018).
Getting in/getting out7.0
The low-slung cockpit requires more effort on entry and exit than the typical passenger car. The dash also extends low, sometimes leading to knee bumps depending on seat position. The doors are tall enough to clear most curbs, but thickness makes access more difficult in tight parking spaces.
The cabin feels snug to the average driver. Taller, wider drivers will find it downright confining. Occupants 6 feet or taller will likely run out of legroom, though headroom shouldn't be a problem. Most other sport coupes are more accommodating.
Thick roof pillars, a small rear window and sloping nose hamper outward visibility and spatial sense when parking. Forces heavy reliance on the rearview camera and parking sensors (optional self-parking system for 2018 offers some relief).
Tailored leather interior, punctuated with suede cloth accents, oozes British class. Pleasant design and satisfying heft to buttons, switches and knobs, although plastic steering wheel buttons feel cheap. Not quite as well-built as German rivals; we noticed a few squeaks here and there.
The F-Type's utility doesn't extend beyond igniting driving passion. Comically small trunk space means you aren't transporting much wherever you go. Just enough space for weekend bags, a light shopping spree or a stop at the market.
New Touch Pro infotainment is F-Type's largest leap. We haven't yet tested it, but on paper a vast improvement over the previous system, which felt old even when new. Highlighted by 8-inch touchscreen with tablet-style gestures, location-based services, in-car Wi-Fi and dedicated Spotify app.
Audio & navigation
Navigation improved with 8-inch touchscreen, solid-state hard drive for fast graphics processing and tablet-style gestures (swipe, pinch-zoom). Connect Pro telematics integrate real-time traffic and route planning. The 10-speaker sound system is standard; the 12-speaker surround system is optional.
No Apple CarPlay/Android Auto. Integration limited to smartphone app offering remote services such as door locking and unlocking, climate control, remote engine start, check fuel level. Also extends to Apple Watch.
Semi-autonomous parallel parking with optional Park Assist (car steers itself into space; driver controls gear selection and speed). Can also navigate out of parking space. Rear parking sensors and rearview camera are standard. Blind-spot monitoring and rear cross-traffic alert are optional.
Navigation and multimedia are configured to respond to what Jaguar calls "natural speech."
Which F-TYPE does Edmunds recommend?
Even though a four-cylinder- or V6-powered F-Type can feel like a cold shower after you've sampled the V8, we'd still pick the V6 as the one to live with every day. If the 340-horsepower V6 model feels a bit strained, the 380HP or limited-run 400 Sport (400 horsepower) will hit the sweet spot between daily thrill and fuel consumption poverty. We'd order either with the automatic transmission (the six-speed manual isn't that impressive), all-wheel drive for wet and dry handling prowess, and the Climate 2 package so we could have both heated and ventilated seats. That said, the V8 is superlative. If you can afford it, buy it.
2018 Jaguar F-TYPE models
The 2018 Jaguar F-Type is a two-seat luxury sports car available as a coupe or convertible. It comes in Base, R and SVR trim levels with subvariations in between. The base models can be optioned up handsomely, but power hounds will want the preternatural V8 performance of the R and SVR trims. A new four-cylinder Base model is perfect for getting your feet wet with a new Jag.
The Base F-Type starts with a turbocharged 2.0-liter four-cylinder engine (296 horsepower and 295 lb-ft of torque) paired with an eight-speed automatic transmission and rear-wheel drive. This is the only configuration available with the four-cylinder.
Features include 18-inch alloy wheels, an active sport exhaust, LED headlights and taillights, automatic wipers, power-folding and heated side mirrors, and rear parking sensors. Inside you'll find push-button ignition, leather and simulated suede upholstery, power seats with memory settings and a power-adjustable steering wheel (with attached paddle shifters for automatic transmission models). You also get a rearview camera, Bluetooth, an 8-inch touchscreen, Jaguar's Touch Pro infotainment interface, a navigation system and a Meridian sound system with a USB interface and satellite radio. Automatic emergency braking and lane departure warning are included on models sold in the second half of 2017.
A 340HP base model upgrades to a supercharged 3.0-liter V6 engine (340 horsepower, 332 lb-ft of torque) paired to a choice of the six-speed manual or the eight-speed automatic. A 380HP version offers a higher-output engine (380 hp, 339 lb-ft), optional all-wheel drive, 19-inch wheels, an adaptive suspension, a limited-slip differential and upgraded brakes.
A step up from that is the Dynamic, which adds a driver-selectable active exhaust and various gloss black exterior trim pieces. A 400 Sport derivative rounds out the subtrims, boosting engine power to 400 hp and adding full leather seats and panel upholstery, a heated steering wheel and customizable ambient interior lighting, and assorted cosmetic details. The 400 Sport is only available with the automatic transmission and aluminum shift paddles.
The R trim is a significant leap upward, substituting a 5.0-liter supercharged V8 engine (550 hp, 502 lb-ft) paired to the automatic and all-wheel drive. Additional features include 20-inch wheels, upgraded brakes, gloss black exterior trim, auto-dimming side mirrors, keyless entry, premium leather upholstery and sport seats.
The top-trim SVR uses a higher-output V8 (575 hp, 516 lb-ft) and adds front parking sensors, a carbon-fiber rear spoiler, upgraded interior trim and a heated steering wheel.
The options list is long, but highlights include the carbon-ceramic brake package, which adds larger brakes, yellow calipers and 20-inch wheels (it's only available for automatic-transmission models). A duo of climate packages offers dual-zone climate control, a heated windshield, heated and ventilated seats, and a heated steering wheel. Driver assistance features such as blind-spot monitoring and rear cross-traffic alert, lane departure warning and intervention, traffic sign recognition, a drowsy driver warning system, and a self-parking system are available across the board.
A carbon-fiber roof or fixed panoramic sunroof and power liftgate are available for all coupe models. There are also various leather upholstery packages for base, base variations and R trims that include leather or suede-wrapped headliners, front pillars and sun visors.
Other stand-alone options include keyless entry, sport seats, ambient interior lighting, automatic high beams and a Meridian surround-sound system.
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5 out of 5 stars
2017 Jaguar F-TYPE S 2dr Coupe (3.0L 6cyl S/C 6M)
I've only had the car for a month. So my review will be limited to initial impressions. Looks. The car is stunning. I've never had a car that people stop and take pictures of when it's parked. And I've owned some VERY nice sports cars. Sound. The car sounds incredible, especially in dynamic mode with the exhaust in loud. i've always thought Porsche flat-6s sounded the best, but the Jag … is darn close. Handling. I'm still getting used to the car, haven't really played around with it with the stability control off. But it has minimal body roll, and very linear (if touchy in dynamic mode) throttle response. It throttle steers well in corners. Power is adequate. Book says 0-60 in a smidge under 5 seconds, and that feels about right. Yes, a new base boxster will about match it for less (I test drove one), but who wants to listen to a Subaru soundtrack. Turn in isn't as quick as my old Boxster, no surprise, but it isn't bad. As good or better than a Z4M Coupe. Braking is nothing short of incredible. I have the performance braking package, and while a bit touchy, stops are extremely short and consistent. Jaguar obviously uses a very soft "track" pad, as even a short drive will coat the wheels with brake dust. Which I'm sure means shorter replacement intervals. Ride. Actually not too bad. My car has the 20" Carbon Fiber wheels (they are really aluminum with some attached CF accent pieces), but it still rides tolerably, I commute 110 miles to a client site twice a month, and the trip is easy and comfortable. (Bear in mind I've owned sports cars my entire life, so my opinion of "comfortable" and yours might differ:)). Visibility. OK, here I need to deduct points. The door sills are high, so it is difficult to see curbs when turning and parking (I leave plenty of room) and resting you arm on the door sill leaves it at an odd angle. The nose is long, and I would HIGHLY recommend the package with the parking assist. I don't need the backup camera as much, but the front sensors for pulling forward are a godsend. Overall visibility really isn't that bad (better than a new corvette in my pinion). Just the price you pay for form over function. Storage space. a glove compartment, arm rest compartment, and open cubby are what you get up front. Generally all I need, but the rear compartment is rather small, there is a little area that is deeper, but you really are going to have issues with more than a few soft suitcases. Technology. Oodles. As expected, it has pretty much everything you could want. An awesome sound system, loads of customization for car systems, very good blue tooth integration, you can adjust the side bolsters in the seats (Ok, not really tech, but it is very cool), etc. The navigation system is not very intuitive though. Read the manual before you jump in and try to program in a destination. You're welcome. Reliability. No problems to date. There is an annoying buzz/rattle in the right rear, which might just be the cover for the storage area, I haven't located it yet. But other than that, nothing of note. Anyway, I'd highly recommend the F-Type. Yes, you can buy cars that perform better for less. But unless you're tracking the car (and driving for track times) you'll never notice the few tenths of a second here and there. You get a stunning car, that sounds incredible, and is a blast to drive. And you won't constantly pass yourself, as you will if you buy a Porsche, Corvette, etc.
5 out of 5 stars
2017 Jaguar F-TYPE R 2dr Convertible AWD (5.0L 8cyl S/C 8A)
Update to prior review: My F-Type was involved in, what I consider, a minor rear-ending. It took a less-than 30 MPH bunt to the dead center of the rear bumper. The bumper wound up with a visible crease down the middle, and the trunk lid, being made mainly of fiberglass, essentially crumbled. Original estimate for repair was around $6K USD. However, the dealer-authorized repair … facility was concerned the price for repair could go higher, because "...it's a convertible..." They wanted to have their special team remove most of the rear hardware and "bench" the car on a device that, apparently rare in the U.S., will indicate if the car had suffered a structural loss. According to the F-Type experts (and, I'm not being facetious or critical of them), the car, because it was a convertible, "bucked" on impact, essentially destroying the car. Price tag to repair "if possible" was not pushing $40K USD. My insurance adjuster's discussion with me included parts of the conversation with the repair facility, including, but not limited to, "...parts are not possible to get...," and, "...structurally, it's a total loss." Apparently, the convertible is something of a weakling on impact. So, when I rec'v the settlement check, I'm going to research available F-Type coupes from model year 2017, then acquire one. My previous opinions of the car haven't changed. It's gorgeous, a blast to drive and better than therapy. Just not getting another dangerous convertible. FYI - It had just crossed 6,000 miles on the odometer. Makes you want to cry... Be ready for a LOT of attention from on-lookers! Not always welcome, though (LOL!)... As another reviewer has conveyed, we've had people: walk up to the car and pose with it; hang out windows of moving vehicles "cat calling" and waving frantically; try to goad us into impromptu races; drive around us, taking moving pictures; etc. The car is super sexy, accelerates like a rocket, handles like a dream, stops on a dime, and has the Voice of God!! Other car buffs have actually asked us to start the engine just so they can hear what they've read about. And, let's face it, Ain't nothin' like a Racing Red, top-down Jag on a beautiful day!! Get one and you can fire your therapist!!!!
5 out of 5 stars
Jaguar F-Type R Rules the road
Mike Arias, 05/17/2018
2017 Jaguar F-TYPE R 2dr Convertible AWD (5.0L 8cyl S/C 8A)
It has a very small trunk. If you want to drive yourself and two others, don't get this car. It accelerates like a supercar and gets the same type of MPGs (low). It is a blast to drive, even if to the grocery store - remember small trunk means not a lot of groceries. Otherwise, I bought in September from a dealer that was closed most of the month due top hurricanes, so I got the best … deal of my life. I have to watch it like a hawk, because my wife want to drive it and more than once she got out of the house before I did and it was gone, gone, gone. Its just that much fun to drive and the styling is the best Jaguar has done since the E-Type. So far, everything works, no problems with reliability. Not really impressed with the 9 speaker audio system, it kind of rattles, but who cares, turn on the by-pass for the mufflers and music is made the natural way - with a big powerful supercharged V-8.
5 out of 5 stars
A dream car - with a stick no less!
NY F-Type Lover, 06/24/2017
2017 Jaguar F-TYPE Premium 2dr Coupe (3.0L 6cyl S/C 6M)
Best review I can think of: Driving the other day and this 20 something year old in a Nissan Altima is taking pictures of my car. He is racing ahead, then holding back, then right next to me. At a traffic light, he pulls up next to me and rolls down his window. He apologizes for making an idiot of himself with the photos, but just wants me to know that when he gets home, he is posting … the pictures of my car on his Facebook site with the intended caption stating that 'this is my dream car". That is what it is like to drive a Jaguar F-Type. Oh, and did I mention it has a manual transmission? The color, the wheels, the styling, the butterly smooth action and positive engagement of the clutch and stick...I could go on and on... Two years and 17,500 miles later, my opinion on this car has not changed one bit. I am still head over heals in love with it. I am however, sorry to report that Jaguar has eliminated the manual transmission option for 2020. Oh well, looks like I will be purchasing my leased car next year. If you can find one, buy one! December - 2019: I have 23,000 miles on the car and have extended my lease. The original (summer type performance) tires lasted 20,500 miles and were recently replaced with a set of Continental Extreme Contact DWS06 tires which are giving me a much more comfortable ride, and much help with a recent 1" snow fall accumulation. Gas mileage is still stellar at 25mpg. I am proud to report that besides (no-charge) factory service, there have been absolutely no issues with this vehicle. Not one single problem - no warranty claims what-so-ever. Still love it as much as the day I drove it home.
We have a limited number of reviews for the 2018 Jaguar F-TYPE, so we've included reviews for other years of the F-TYPE since its last redesign.
2018 F-TYPE Highlights
|Combined MPG||26 MPG|
|Cost to Drive||$195/month|
|Drivetrain||rear wheel drive|
|Warranty||5 years / 60,000 miles|
Our experts like the F-TYPE models:
- Blind-Spot Monitor
- Warns driver with visual and audible alert when a vehicle approaches alongside the driver's blind spot.
- Park Assist
- Can steer the F-Type into parallel spaces while driver selects gear and controls speed. Can also self-exit parking spaces.
- Rear Cross-Traffic Alert
- Warns driver through visual and audible alerts of traffic crossing the car's rearward path of travel.
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Used 2018 Jaguar F-TYPE Overview
The Used 2018 Jaguar F-TYPE is offered in the following submodels: F-TYPE SVR, F-TYPE Coupe, F-TYPE Convertible, F-TYPE R. Available styles include 2dr Coupe (2.0L 4cyl Turbo 8A), 340 HP 2dr Coupe (3.0L 6cyl S/C 8A), R 2dr Coupe AWD (5.0L 8cyl S/C 8A), 2dr Convertible (2.0L 4cyl Turbo 8A), 340 HP 2dr Convertible (3.0L 6cyl S/C 8A), R 2dr Convertible AWD (5.0L 8cyl S/C 8A), 400 Sport 2dr Coupe (3.0L 6cyl S/C 8A), R-Dynamic 2dr Coupe (3.0L 6cyl S/C 8A), R-Dynamic 2dr Coupe AWD (3.0L 6cyl S/C 8A), R-Dynamic 2dr Convertible (3.0L 6cyl S/C 8A), 400 Sport 2dr Convertible (3.0L 6cyl S/C 8A), 380 HP 2dr Coupe AWD (3.0L 6cyl S/C 8A), 380 HP 2dr Coupe (3.0L 6cyl S/C 8A), R-Dynamic 2dr Convertible AWD (3.0L 6cyl S/C 8A), 400 Sport 2dr Coupe AWD (3.0L 6cyl S/C 8A), 400 Sport 2dr Convertible AWD (3.0L 6cyl S/C 8A), 380 HP 2dr Convertible AWD (3.0L 6cyl S/C 8A), SVR 2dr Coupe AWD (5.0L 8cyl S/C 8A), SVR 2dr Convertible AWD (5.0L 8cyl S/C 8A), 340 HP 2dr Convertible (3.0L 6cyl S/C 6M), R-Dynamic 2dr Convertible (3.0L 6cyl S/C 6M), 380 HP 2dr Convertible (3.0L 6cyl S/C 8A), R-Dynamic 2dr Coupe (3.0L 6cyl S/C 6M), and 340 HP 2dr Coupe (3.0L 6cyl S/C 6M). Pre-owned Jaguar F-TYPE models are available with a 2.0 L-liter gas engine or a 3.0 L-liter gas engine or a 5.0 L-liter gas engine, with output up to 550 hp, depending on engine type. The Used 2018 Jaguar F-TYPE comes with rear wheel drive, and all wheel drive. Available transmissions include: 8-speed shiftable automatic.
What's a good price on a Used 2018 Jaguar F-TYPE?
Price comparisons for Used 2018 Jaguar F-TYPE trim styles:
- The Used 2018 Jaguar F-TYPE Base is priced between $32,990 and$41,990 with odometer readings between 15653 and69075 miles.
- The Used 2018 Jaguar F-TYPE 340 HP is priced between $43,589 and$43,589 with odometer readings between 20854 and25814 miles.
- The Used 2018 Jaguar F-TYPE 400 Sport is priced between $50,799 and$55,990 with odometer readings between 12958 and33966 miles.
- The Used 2018 Jaguar F-TYPE R-Dynamic is priced between $57,999 and$57,999 with odometer readings between 26669 and26669 miles.
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