2014 Jaguar F-Type Starts at $69,875

F-type

On the heels of the car's September debut at the Paris Motor Show, Jaguar has released pricing for its new convertible. When the 2014 F-Type goes on sale next summer, it'll start just under $70,000, including the destination charge.

Loosely based on the C-X16 coupe concept, the F-Type seats two and will be available in three trims. Base models use a 340-horsepower, supercharged 3.0-liter V-6 and start at $69,875. Midlevel S models get power from a 380-hp version of the V-6 and start at $81,875. 

Powering topline V8 S versions is a supercharged 5.0-liter V-8 that makes 495 hp. Prices for the V8 S start at $92,875. An eight-speed automatic is the sole transmission. All prices include an $875 destination fee. Jaguar expects base models to go from zero to 60 mph in just 5.1 seconds; the V-8 should reach that speed in 4.2 seconds.

The F-Type will be the smallest vehicle in Jaguar's lineup and slot below the XK coupe and convertible, which start at $85,375, including the destination fee. The F-Type will be available solely as a convertible, but we expect a coupe model to follow.

Related
Jaguar F-Type at the 2012 Paris Motor Show
2012 Jaguar C-X16 Concept at the 2011 Frankfurt Motor Show
More Jaguar News on Cars.com

Comments 

Looks pretty sweet! How long is the waiting list?

Agent Mike

Poor Mans Aston Martin Vantage Volante

Jack

@Agentmike Not too poor if you can still afford a $70-$90K car :-)

The Jag should come in at a reasonable $300K, but then...who can possibly afford the inevitable follow-on maintenance costs?

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