2017 Jaguar F-Type

What’s next? We’ll be reviewing the beastly 2017 Jaguar F-Type. This one is the V6 and not the flagship V8, but there seems to be a kind of a consensus that the V6 is actually more interesting to drive and better balanced. We look forward to seeing if this is true.

Also, Amelia reviewed the Jaguar XE earlier this year and very recently the Jaguar F-Pace SUV. It is her dream to review the F-Type but will she be the one who gets’s to review it?

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