Bought a certified used XKR convertible with 9220 miles, 6/100k warranty, and the Jag special financing. I've owned Mercedes SL, Boxster, Audi, and other luxury automobiles. This vehicle is the perfect blend of all of them. Great ride, neat exhaust notes, unbelievable sound system, and OMG - the power. Does not handle like the mid-engine Boxster, but a small inconvenience. Did I really get nearly 27 MPG on the interstate?! One thing is for sure, the Mini Cooper drivers won't be waving at me!
Power, sound system, comfort, and fantastic styling.
I know the 2011 model year remedied some of the 2008 shortcomings (mp3, improved touch-screen interface, etc)so I knew what I bought and it's okay.
My 2006 Cayman was rough, cramped and edgy. I love my new Jag; it has decent performance, good manners and is one of the most beautiful cars I have ever seen. I have discovered that it handles and drives better when being pushed. The fact that I paid about the same for the Jag as the poor man's Porsche is a bonus. The left over 2009s are a great buy if you can find one.
sport mode transmission feature with paddle shifters, leather dash and door panels, exhaust note, 525 watt stereo, 27 MPG on the road, the way people stare with their jaws dropped
Great car, the coupe design and look is as close to an old E-Type as anyone will get. Love it like my 911, but much easier to commute - and not an ounce of harsh highway ride. Light, fast, beautiful and good mileage. The coupe is just stunning.
Everything at this point
Style, ride, design -- drives and looks like a modern E-Type. What could be better in life.
Traded in a 2 year old Carrera with many, many problems for a more beautiful car. Although not the handling of the Porsche, this is a true GT with plenty of room, comfortable ride, and admirable get-up-and-go.
Sat radio, keyless entry/start. Beautiful exterior design. You keep looking back to get another look.
Cargo management system of some sort. Temperature , oil and other engine status gauges.