Cars.com Reviews the 2011 Jaguar XKR

2011 Jaguar XKR
The 2011 model year is the fifth for this generation of the Jaguar XKR, the convertible/coupe has aged remarkably well, according to Cars.com editor Mike Hanley,. Despite its exterior looks, there are some undesirable elements in the cabin such as a slow navigation system, which are unbefitting a car with a price tag of more than $100,000. Is the Jag’s age and imperfect interior enough to detract from its excellent powertrain and handling? Read Hanley’s full review and watch our video review to find out.

2011 Jaguar XKR

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By Colin Bird | September 29, 2010 | Comments (2)

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Thanks for the review. Looks like an amazing car for me.

Nice car model. Jaguar XKR contain new advanced technology of increase fule economy and reduced co2. car have eagle eyes. The internal parts have seems with new finishing and aluminum veneers.

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