The Jaguar extended car warranty is an extension of the manufacturing defect warranty. When looking for an Jaguar extended warranty you must ask the following questions:
The Jaguar extended car warranty is an extension of the manufacturing defect warranty. When looking for a Jaguar extended warranty you must ask the following questions:
By protecting your Jaguar with a warranty from Warranty Direct you will be covered in every instance above!
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If you want a flash executive car but don't have much cash, an S-Type is unbeatable. The retro-styled Jag offers unrivalled value within its segment, but they're not as rewarding to drive as most rivals, while reliability is frequently poor - with dealers sometimes unable or unwilling to put things right. Your neighbours might envy your posh car, but the ownership experience can be frustrating.
For years, Jaguar's design was stuck in the 1960s, but the arrival of the XF heralded a new era for the British marque. Gone were the old-school design cues introduced in the 1960s, replaced by much more modern lines. But it wasn't just the looks that changed; here was a car that was class-leading to drive and featured a superb interior, while the build quality was streets ahead of anything Jaguar had built before. The XF is still great to look at as well as to drive; if you're after a great executive car, don't assume you have to buy German.
When the Jaguar XK8 replaced the unloved XJS in 1996 the new grand tourer was well received, but it was the second take on the theme, the aluminium-bodied Jaguar XK of 2006 that really raised the bar. This junior supercar was immediately praised for its superb dynamics, wonderful performance and drop-dead gorgeous looks. One of the most capable grand tourers of its era, the Jaguar XK and its supercharged XKR sibling look fantastic, are solidly built and they're generally reliable too. There are neglected cars out there and running costs can be high, but it's worth making sacrifices for some pleasures and the Jaguar XK is one of them.
It may have looked like a relic from the 1960s, but the XJ of 2003 was pretty high-tech with its lightweight aluminium bodyshell and ultra-modern equipment. Very different from its German rivals, thanks to suspension that's cossetting rather than sporty, Jag's flagship saloon is fast, refined, frugal and generally reliable. It's also excellent value, so if you're looking for some seriously luxurious transport and you're on a tight budget, this could be the answer.