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I am hankering after my first, and probably only, Jaguar. I do very low mileage and would prefer a car with a petrol engine and manual gearbox. What do...
I took receipt of a new Jaguar XF three months ago. I have covered 7000 miles and have noticed the boot lid is catching on the bumper. It has rubbed through...
Looked at your list of quiet cars. Not entirely happy with some of the models - the Skoda Superb tyres are noisy on coarse grained road, ride in BMWs is...
I have a diesel Jaguar XF. When refuelling I put in just over a litre of unleaded before realising my mistake. I then put in 25 litres of diesel. I drove...
The Jaguar F-Pace perfectly fits my needs for my next vehicle, with one crucial exception - I only do about 6000 miles a year (short local runs plus a...
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