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New Jaguar F-TYPE Coupe COUPE

FROM £54,510

  • Premium LED headlights with signature DRL
  • Rear Camera
  • 18” Style 1036, 10 spoke, Gloss Sparkle Silver
  • Leather steering wheel
  • Leather and suedecloth sport seats
  • Active Sports Exhaust

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New Jaguar F-TYPE Coupe R-DYNAMIC COUPE

FROM £57,510

  • R-Dynamic body styling
  • 19" Style 5058, 5 split-spoke, Diamond finish
  • Leather steering wheel
  • Ebony leather and suedecloth sport seats
  • Interactive Driver Display
  • Switchable Active Sports Exhaust

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R-DYNAMIC COUPE

New Jaguar F-TYPE Coupe FIRST EDITION COUPE

FROM £63,980

  • Dark Satin Grey Exterior Design Pack
  • 20" Style 5102, 5 spoke, with Diamond Turned finish
  • Engine Spin console finisher with First Edition script
  • Windsor leather Performance seats
  • Black contrast roof
  • Interactive Driver Display

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FIRST EDITION COUPE

New Jaguar F-TYPE Coupe R COUPE

FROM £97,315

  • R body styling
  • 20” Style 1066, 10 spoke, with Diamond Turned finish
  • R branded leather steering wheel
  • Linear Vee Aluminium console with R branding
  • All Wheel Drive with Driveline Dynamics
  • Switchable Active Sports Exhaust

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R COUPE

From £54,510

or from £599 per month

New Jaguar F-Type

F-TYPE is Jaguar design in its most beautiful form – lean, elegant and athletic from any angle. It’s sleek and imposing, featuring a bold new front grille and a long, muscular clamshell bonnet with signature power bulge and air vents. Contact Sinclair Jaguar today to find out more!

F-Type Coupe

Representative Example*

F-TYPE 2.0 R-Dynamic 2dr Auto Coupe

On The Road Price £57,510.00
Finance Deposit Allowance (FDA) £5,500.00
Customer Deposit £8,083.00
Total Amount of Credit £43,927.00
Purchase Fee (included in Optional Final Payment) £10.00
48 Monthly Payments £599.00
Optional Final Payment £23,121.00
Total Amount Payable (Including FDA) £65,456.00
Duration of Agreement 49 Months
Representative APR 5.90% APR
Interest Rate (Fixed) 5.74%

*Important Information. Representative Example relates to an F-TYPE Coupe 2.0dr 300PS R-Dynamic Auto. 5.9% APR Representative available on new Jaguar F-TYPE Coupe models registered between 1st October and 31st December at participating Retailers only. With Jaguar Personal Contract Purchase (PCP) you have the option after you have paid all of the regular monthly repayments to: (1) Return the vehicle and not pay the Optional Final Repayment. In this example if the vehicle has exceeded the permitted maximum mileage of 40,833 miles, a charge of 16.8p (including VAT at 20%) will apply per excess mile. If the vehicle is in good condition (fair wear and tear accepted) and has not exceeded 40,833 miles you will have nothing further to pay. (2) Pay the Optional Final Repayment to own the vehicle or (3) Part exchange the vehicle subject to settlement of your existing finance agreement; new finance agreements are subject to status. Representative Example is based on an annual mileage of 10,000 miles. Credit is subject to status and is only available to UK residents aged 18 and over. This credit offer is only available through Black Horse Limited trading as Jaguar Financial Services, St William House, Tresillian Terrace, Cardiff CF10 5BH. Model pictured at top of page F-TYPE P300 First Edition includes optional Fuji White metallic paint (£0), 20" Style 5102, 5 spoke, Gloss Technical Grey with contrast Diamond Turned finish (£0), etc at an On The Road Price of £63,980

Personal Contract Hire

NON-MAINTAINED

F-TYPE Coupé P300 R-Dynamic

Term 48 months
Mileage 10,000 mpa
Monthly rental £645*
Initial rental £7,740*
Excess mileage 20.04ppm



IMPORTANT INFORMATION *Based on an F-TYPE Coupé P300 R-Dynamic, 48 month term, 10,000 miles per annum, non-maintained. Contract Hire subject to status. Over 18's only. You will not own this vehicle. Must be returned in good condition to avoid further charges. Excess mileage charges at 20.04p per mile. The promotion cannot be used together with other manufacturer’s promotion and is subject to availability at participating Retailers only for new vehicles ordered between 1st October and 31st December 2020. Provided by Jaguar Contract Hire a trading style of Lex Autolease Limited, Heathside Park, Heathside Park Road, Stockport, SK3 0RB. **Maintenance includes routine servicing, tyres, replacement parts and repairs due to fair wear and tear. Repairs or replacements from accidental or malicious damage and damage caused by driver misuse or abuse are excluded. ***Permitted maximum mileage is 120,000 over the full contract duration for petrol vehicles and 150,000 for diesel vehicles. The contracted mileage will also be pro-rated in the event of any early termination of a contract (contract early termination fees also apply). Model pictured at top of page F-TYPE P300 includes optional Indus Silver metallic paint (£765), 19" Style 5101, 5 split-spoke, Gloss Silver wheels (£1,095) and Fixed rear spoiler (£270), from £645 a month, plus initial rental in advance of £7,740.

Business Contract Hire

BUSINESS CONTRACT HIRE

F-TYPE Coupé P300

Monthly rental £610 + VAT
Initial rental £3,660*
Excess mileage 15.8ppm

*Important Information: Business users only. Based on an F-TYPE Coupé P300 standard specification, non maintained. Excess mileage charges (15.8p per mile +VAT). Must be returned in good condition to avoid further charges. Contract Hire subject to status. This promotion cannot be used together with other manufacturer’s promotions and is subject to availability at participating Retailers only for new vehicles registered between 1st October and 31st December 2020. Contract Hire is provided by Jaguar Contract Hire, a trading style of Lex Autolease Limited, Heathside Park, Heathside Park Road, Stockport SK3 0RB.

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Jaguar's F-TYPE Coupe gets a sleeker look and swaps its supercharged V6 for an even more potent V8. Jonathan Crouch reports.

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By Line

Jaguar's F-TYPE Coupe gets a sleeker look and swaps its supercharged V6 for an even more potent V8. Jonathan Crouch reports.

Ten Second Review

Jaguar describes this improved F-TYPE Coupe as the most capable and involving car it's ever built. It's sleeker, faster and classier, cementing the Coventry brand's reputation as an ever more credible rival to Porsche, reviving memories of some of the company's legendary classic coupes. It handles. It goes. And it delivers.

Background

What, commentators like us wondered at the Jaguar F-TYPE Convertible's original introduction in 2013, would a more focused fixed-top version be like, a stiffer, sportier, even more dynamic thing? This Coupe model, first launched early in 2014, gave us our answer. It was rigid, rakish and revved like a race car. Well now, Jaguar claims to have made it faster, better looking and even more desirable. Still want that Porsche 718 Cayman S? Try one of these first.

Driving Experience

Jaguar has now pensioned off its 3.0-litre supercharged V6, but instead, offers F-TYPE buyers who don't want the entry-level 2.0-litre four cylinder 300PS unit a new 450PS version of its classic supercharged V8. This fiery powerplant develops a prodigious 580Nm of torque from just 2,500rpm. If that's not enough, the F-TYPE R continues at the top of the range with a 575PS version of the same V8. In terms of drive formats, the four cylinder model comes only with rear wheel drive; the 450PS V8 can be ordered with either rear wheel drive or AWD; and the F-TYPE R comes only with AWD. Got all that? I'll be asking questions later. Personally, I usually like my automotive sound effects to come from the engine rather than, as here, the tailpipes at the back but even I have to admit that this car hums an addictive tune. Whichever variant you choose, performance is striking. Even the feeblest 300PS model makes 60mph from rest in just 5.7s, while the 450PS V8 models make 60mph in just 4.4s on the way to 177mph. Finally, the F-TYPE R covers off that sprint in just 3.5s en route to 186mph. Across the range, you get an all-aluminium chassis, double wishbone front suspension and a multi-link-suspended rear. All F-TYPES feature auto gearboxes (the manual previously available in the four cylinder car has been discontinued). Changes to the Quickshift auto transmissions in both the F-TYPE R and the 450PS V8 models promise a more engaging driving experience. The F-TYPE R specifically offers even faster, crisper gear changes when the driver commands shifts manually via the steering wheel-mounted paddles or the SportShift gear selector. Both upshifts and downshifts are more immediate and give an even more connected and responsive feel.

Design and Build

The visual changes made to this improved model are significant, centring mostly on a front end now embellished by super-slim pixel LED headlights that blend into the 'liquid metal' surfacing' of the restyled clamshell bonnet. There's also a new front bumper and a subtly enlarged grille that aim to deliver more visual impact and presence. And the slender rear lights have been revised too, featuring an LED chicane signature inspired by the Jaguar I-PACE. We still think that visually, the F-TYPE Coupe bodyshape works really well, with its short wheelbase, power-packed set of rear haunches and elegant roof line. It manages to make the Porsche Cayman seem rather hall-of-mirrors in its proportioning and while it's not as instantly beautiful as an Aston Martin Vantage, it looks as if it would thoroughly work the Vantage over in a bar fight. The interior hasn't changed much, continuing to combine traditional Jaguar craftsmanship with rich, contemporary materials such as Windsor Leather and satin-finish Noble Chrome. Beautiful details include monogram stitch patterns in the seats and door trims, Jaguar Leaper motifs in the headrests, and subtle 'Jaguar Est.1935' markings on the centre console finisher, glovebox release button surround, and seatbelt guides. The boot remains relatively big, giving the F-TYPE Coupe genuine GT potential. You'll get 315-litres in up to the parcel shelf and 407-litres to the window line. A 72-litre fuel tank gives a realistic cruising range of over 340 miles.

Market and Model

This Coupe F-TYPE bodystyle will save you around £5,500 in comparison to its Converible counterpart, which means that prices start at around £54,000 for the base 4 cylinder 300PS version with base trim - or around £57,000 if you want the same engine with ritzier 'R-Dynamic' trim. An 'R-Dynamic'-spec 450PS 'P450' V8 model costs around £70,000 - or around £75,000 with AWD. The 'P575' top R Coupe costs over £97,000. All F-TYPE models get full-LED headlights, plus a sophisticated 'Touch Pro' infotainment system which includes online services such as real-time traffic and live weather reports. Even the entry-level variant gets sports suspension, 18-inch alloy wheels and sports seats with leather and suede-cloth. And buyers can also expect features like USB, auxiliary and iPod connections, a rear parking aid, climate control, six-way electrically adjustable sports seats, Bluetooth, a DAB radio and Jaguar's clever Pedestrian Contact System. The F-TYPE R gets an R body kit, 20-inch wheels with red brake calipers and a special 'R' interior finish.

Cost of Ownership

Although there are some better performers in its class when it comes to economy and emissions, the F-TYPE Coupe is there or thereabouts. At the base of the range, the automatic 2.0-litre 300PS RWD F-TYPE records up to 29.2mpg on the combined WLTP cycle and emits up to 215g/km of carbon dioxide (NEDC). You'll need deep pockets to run the V8 models. With the 450PS V8, the figures fall to 26.8mpg and 239g/km for the rear-driven model and 26.1mpg and 246 for the AWD version. The F-TYPE R Coupe manages 26.4mpg and 243g/km. Overall, we think that all of that's irrelevant. If you average more than 20mpg in this car, then you're not using it properly and it deserves a better home. You know where I am. Depreciation on the F-TYPE hasn't been at all bad, with the entry level car recording a 110 pence per mile cost of ownership over a three year/36,000 mile tenure.

Summary

As before, the F-TYPE Coupe takes all that was great about the Convertible version and builds on it with a stiffer chassis and a more affordable asking price. The result is a very special car indeed, especially in this improved form. Even if you can only stretch to a four cylinder version. After all, compared to a rival Porsche 718 Cayman S, Jaguar has brought us a machine that's arguably better looking, unarguably better equipped, more powerful and endowed with a greater sense of occasion, inside and out. While it won't match the Porsche's delicacy of response at the limit, the F-TYPE Coupe looks as if it's got its chief competitor's measure in enough areas that count to really give the German brand something to worry about.

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