Jaguar F Type S V6 Auto Low Miles Full Jaguar Dealer History
First registered 27/03/2015 this stunning example Jaguar F Type S is in First Class condition both inside and out, in gleaming black coachwork with full black leather Sports interior with red stitching, CD player, two keys, folding mirrors.
Full Jaguar Main Dealer service history, the most recent 5th December 2019 @ 23,363 miles, black unmarked alloy wheels with four recent new tyres, faultless example and supplied with 12 Months Jaguar warranty.
The eight-speed automatic box aids this breadth of talent. In auto mode, it’s smooth and relaxed, yet in manual shift changes, throttle blip and control are good enough to rival double-clutch systems.
Yet arguably the greatest pleasure is the soundtrack. All S models get an Active Exhaust System as standard. Above 3,000rpm, the baffles open up a symphony of noise that builds to a crescendo as the revs rise, taking on a wonderfully rich wail reminiscent of a classic six-cylinder D-Type on full song. Add in crackles on the overrun and fluttering on upshifts and you’ll be grinning like a Cheshire Cat.
The controls wrap around the driver and are framed by the large grab handle that sweeps down from the dash to separate the passenger from the action. All the major knobs and dials have a lovely tactile feel, and there’s a real sense of being in a truly driver-focused machine.
Body control is faultless, and the F-Type has an eagerness and agility that’s usually reserved for mid-engined sports cars. There’s a lovely sense of balance and engagement with the road, while the S’s limited-slip differential ensures there’s lots of traction.
On dry roads at least, the two-stage stability control is rarely troubled, despite the punchy power delivery of the supercharged V6, and you’ll find yourself powering out of corners with little drama.
Stability at speed and under braking is superb, while the stiffness of the chassis means the car’s free of any twist or vibration around the screen.
Better still helped by this S’s standard adaptive dampers, the ride isn’t uncomfortably firm. The large wheels rumble a little over really poor surfaces, but double-wishbone suspension and a taut chassis combine to deliver an impressively composed set-up.
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