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Jaguar XK (2006 - 2015)

5

2010 Convertible

reviewed by Anonymous on 1 June 2021
5
Overall rating
5
How it drives
4
Fuel economy
4
Tax/Insurance/Warranty costs
4
Cost of maintenance and repairs
4
Experience at the dealership
3
How practical it is
5
How you rate the manufacturer
5
Overall reliability

High performance convertible is beautiful, and its comfortable matches it's style

This is truly a high performance car. Known for fantastic acceleration and handling, it also has many safety features as well as awesome creature comforts.
And truly - this is definitely the most beautiful car I've ever owned or driven; maybe the most beautiful I've seen.
Seats are extraordinarily comfortable after many hours on the road. Sound system is awesome. It has nav system, although outdated at this point, it provides another option. Fuel economy is great on open road - at 55-65 using cruise control whenever possible, I can get 25 mpg; city driving18-19 mpg.
Vehicle setup and other controls are easy to understand, and the manual is well written.
Cruise has option to set max speed as well as cruise control speed, which is great because it's easy to go fast enough to get in trouble.
Only drawback is that all of the features create a serious draw on the battery. It needs to be driven regularly, or kept on a quality battery minder.

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reviewed by Anonymous on 22 December 2020

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About this car

Price£54,975–£70,965
Road TaxM
MPG22.3–25.2 mpg
Real MPG103.7%

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