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2001 Jaguar XK-Series XKR Silverstone Consumer Reviews

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XKR Better than ever
6 of 6 people found this review helpful
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By joepizzie
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2001 Jaguar XK-Series XKR Silverstone XKR Silverstone 2dr Convertible (4.0L 8cyl S/C 5A)


Review

I decided to purchase an XKR after owning numerous Porsche 928, 930, Corvettes, and yes, even an XJ12. I never forgave Jaguar for such poor quality and mechanics in the old Jaguars. What a great surprise the new Jaguar is for new or old Jag owners. The quality is evident in every part. The performance is exciting and you just can't beat the styling.


Best Features

The styling, interior, and the wonderful supercharged engine just exceeds anyones expectations.


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Silverstone XKR
2 of 2 people found this review helpful
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By kevinrphkv
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2001 Jaguar XK-Series XKR Silverstone XKR Silverstone 2dr Convertible (4.0L 8cyl S/C 5A)


Review

If it isn't enough that God has
given me the most beautiful Jaguar ever
created, He has also given me one of
only 200 sold in the U.S.!!!!!!!!!
Faster than a corvette and more
luxurious than any Mercedes, Lexus or
Land Rover ever. This car has it all
and I have checked them all out. It is
a supercar in every way.


Best Features

Jaguar designing. Supermodel type looks. Exquisite Connolly leather and extensive woodwork combo. 20 inch bbs wheels and Brembo brakes on silverstone. Cats active suspension makes this car a luxury and a sports car extreme in each category. One of a kind.


Worst Features

Not easily recognized... people ask me what it is too often... Not a necessarily bad thing when they mistake it for an Austin Martin db7.


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