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6999 $ Jaguar XK8
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Year of manufacture: 1999
Mileage: 59312 miles

For a SPORT vehicle. . . surprisingly comfortable. Stable. Secure ride. For city and highway. Inexpensive as used. . . as a four passenger seating area. . . not for family with children. Rear seating is close and best used for shopping items. Once repairs are done they last. The 1999 Jaguar xk8 convertible. inexpensive to Insure as a classic. Back to the Future in Cape Coral, Fl by FlyingAce on Thu Jul 11 2019 I have owned many sports cars over the years. Several British cars including MGBs, Sunbeams and have spent hours driving XK150s and XKEs. In addition to the XK8 I own a 2005 SL55. I had an opportunity to purchase my 1999 XK8 from the first owner with 40,000 miles. The price was so reasonable I could not pass it up. I though I would flip it and double my money. Once I got behind he wheel I could not let it go. It drives and handles like a Jaguar. I’m not sure ho...w they did it the handling and driving experience are totally retro which I love. This is nothing like an SL. The seats are softer. The acceleration seamless. I really love this car and suspect it will be in my stable for a long time!

3515 W. Armitage, Chicago, IL 60647
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07.03.2021    


19900 $ Jaguar XK
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Year of manufacture: 2007
Mileage: 13778 miles

Value for dollars spent on is a great deal. Good investment representative was honest would buy from again. Easy to deal with Herb and staff David were helpful. Purchased for our 50th wedding anniversary in Spokane Valley,Wa. by Goldie on Sun Feb 07 2021 Picked up in Tampa,Fl. with 60,000 mi. drove 4,206 mi. home to Wa. state computer:28.6 mpg.@ 70-75 mph At every stop a+ comment was received, restaurants,hotels,service stations.Colour is Winter "GOLD" My wife & I Love this XKat: Convertible PS: Former owners of 1970 XKE Roadster. BiLL & Patricia Goldfoos Beautiful automobile inside and Out in Charleston, SC by Jimmy J on Sun Nov 29 2020 This car is smooth riding and looks fantastic. I am 6 feet and I fit comfortably in this ride. Very reliable and maintenance free. Truly a head-turner everywhere you go. I have 3 Jags (xk8, XF & XK) and this is one of my favorites. Drive it--you will see what I mean. Read all 27 reviews Ready For a Test Drive? Request an Appointment Cars.com Disclaimer: The information on vehicles provided in this service is supplied by the seller or other third parties; Cars.com is not responsible for the accuracy of such information. Cars.com provides this service and materials without representation or warranties of any kind, either expressed or implied. Click here for more details. Our Company About Cars.com Investor Relations Contact Cars.com Mobile Apps Site Map Careers Fraud Awareness Licensing & Reprints Buying & Selling Find a Car Certified Pre-Owned Sell Your Car Car Book Values Car Dealers Compare Car Prices Listings by City Advertisers Our Partners Auto.com NewCars.com Terms of Service Privacy Statement Do Not Sell My Personal Information Accessibility Statement Ad Choices [+] Feedback © 2021 Cars.com. All rights reserved.

1600 Hicks Rd, Rolling Meadows, IL 60008
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23.02.2021    


24996 $ Jaguar XF 35t Premium
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Year of manufacture: 2017
Mileage: 38936 miles

This car is in excellent condition and includes all premium features. This car has plenty of leg room and meets all the needs comes with Heated seats front and back and tinted windows. Beautiful car and fast in Rockville Md by TonyC on Mon Apr 27 2020 Jaguars are beautiful, but have historically been mechanically unreliable. I have owned seven over the years; this one has been reliable so far and, of course, is the most beautiful production car on the road. The XF may be Jaguar’s overall best car ever in Chattanooga, TN by JasonKibby on Tue Dec 10 2019 I am shocked how much I love this XF-S, purchased as a CPO. It is a stunning performer, beautiful car, rather unique compared to the high volume competition and a true joy to drive. Read all 25 reviews Ready For a Test Drive? Request an Appointment Dealer Disclaimer: Price excludes taxes, license and title fees, and a documentary service fee. Cars.com Disclaimer: The information on vehicles provided in this service is supplied by the seller or other third parties; Cars.com is not responsible for the accuracy of such information. Cars.com provides this service and materials without representation or warranties of any kind, either expressed or implied. Click here for more details. Our Company About Cars.com Investor Relations Contact Cars.com Mobile Apps Site Map Careers Fraud Awareness Licensing & Reprints Buying & Selling Find a Car Certified Pre-Owned Sell Your Car Car Book Values Car Dealers Compare Car Prices Listings by City Advertisers Our Partners Auto.com NewCars.com Terms of Service Privacy Statement Do Not Sell My Personal Information Accessibility Statement Ad Choices [+] Feedback © 2021 Cars.com. All rights reserved.

11201 S Harlem Ave, Worth, IL 60482
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13.02.2021    


29000 $ Jaguar F-PACE 35t Premium
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Year of manufacture: 2017
Mileage: 54538 miles

i love my 2 vehicles that i got from cowles will recommend this dealer ship for your next car or truck shopping i’m very satisfied with my purchases at cowles will come back to buy vehicle for my daughter LOVE my F-Pace S - FREE CarPlay update for some... in Knoxville, TN by Linden on Sat Nov 28 2020 As I said in the title, I LOVE my F-Pace S. If you have one with the InControl Touch Pro system (wider screen with no buttons on the sides - included in the Tech package with the electronic gauges) your 2017+ FP should qualify for a FREE software update. This update requires a trip to the dealer, but it adds Apple CarPlay/Android Auto as well as the ability to receive Software Over The Air (SOTA) updates. Now on with the review... I’m in my 40’s and I’ve barel...y kept a vehicle for more than 3-4 years since I was 16, so I’ve had a few. The F-Pace is one of my favorite vehicles I’ve ever owned. The SC 3.0 is efficient when you need it to be (I’ve got 27.1 mpg avg on 2hr+ interstate trips - not bad for almost 400hp) and has more power than most will ever need when you click it into Sport/Dynamic modes. The exhaust sound is glorious, not quite the growl of the SVR, but still pretty great and a lot cheaper. It actually sounds like an F-Type since it’s one of the engines they put in there as well. It’s comfortable, but it’s definitely more of a “sport” biased SUV so you’ll feel the bumps in the road transmit to the cabin more than a more luxury biased model. The optional 22” wheels on mine don’t help the situation, so if you want a more plush ride, opt for the standard 20” wheels because that extra rubber will help smooth out the ride a bit. It’s not as cushy as the JGC Overland I traded in on it, but the FP’s handling and performance is worlds better than the Jeep until you get into the SRT range. The FP definitely gets more attention than the Jeep, since they’re still pretty rare. Cargo room is actually very good, and almost as big as the Jeep, which is a class above the FP in size. The FP has much more cargo space than its closest competitor, the Porsche Macan. I love the Macan, but I have kids, so it was a no-go due to its tiny cargo area. Being from the Jaguar/Land Rover company, the FP seems to have much better off-road/AWD performance than the Macan as well. That was important to me since I work in healthcare where we don’t have the luxury to miss work because of bad weather, and I occasionally drive to rental cabins in the mountains on less than stellar roads. From what I’ve seen in reviews and heard from other owners who have had their FP’s in some rough conditions, is that Land Rover definitely had some input with the Adaptive Surface Response (AdSR) mode on the Jag. You can pick from options like Low Friction Start and All Surface Progress Control (ASPC) - which is basically like hill ascent/descent control that uses the systems of the car to help keep you slowly making progress on slippery/loose surfaces. I tried driving up a steep hill of wet grass on ultra high performance Conti DWS 06 tires using ASPC and low friction launch, and I was amazed. I don’t think my JGC on BFG A/T’s could have done any better. So in conclusion, I think the FP is an amazing vehicle that’s practical in terms of storage, hauling, and towing capacity, while still handling and driving like a sports sedan. No vehicle is perfect, but the FP is a great compromise of sport and utility.

2772 Skokie Valley Rd, Highland Park, IL 60035
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13.02.2021    


25476 $ Jaguar XF 35t Premium
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Year of manufacture: 2017
Mileage: 24310 miles

This car is in excellent condition and includes all premium features. This car has plenty of leg room and meets all the needs comes with Heated seats front and back and tinted windows. Beautiful car and fast in Rockville Md by TonyC on Mon Apr 27 2020 Jaguars are beautiful, but have historically been mechanically unreliable. I have owned seven over the years; this one has been reliable so far and, of course, is the most beautiful production car on the road. The XF may be Jaguar’s overall best car ever in Chattanooga, TN by JasonKibby on Tue Dec 10 2019 I am shocked how much I love this XF-S, purchased as a CPO. It is a stunning performer, beautiful car, rather unique compared to the high volume competition and a true joy to drive. Read all 25 reviews Ready For a Test Drive? Request an Appointment Dealer Disclaimer: Price excludes taxes, license and title fees, and a documentary service fee. Cars.com Disclaimer: The information on vehicles provided in this service is supplied by the seller or other third parties; Cars.com is not responsible for the accuracy of such information. Cars.com provides this service and materials without representation or warranties of any kind, either expressed or implied. Click here for more details. Our Company About Cars.com Investor Relations Contact Cars.com Mobile Apps Site Map Careers Fraud Awareness Licensing & Reprints Buying & Selling Find a Car Certified Pre-Owned Sell Your Car Car Book Values Car Dealers Compare Car Prices Listings by City Advertisers Our Partners Auto.com NewCars.com Terms of Service Privacy Statement Do Not Sell My Personal Information Accessibility Statement Ad Choices [+] Feedback © 2021 Cars.com. All rights reserved.

11201 S Harlem Ave, Worth, IL 60482
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13.02.2021    


28975 $ Jaguar F-PACE 20d Prestige
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Year of manufacture: 2017
Mileage: 65639 miles

i love my 2 vehicles that i got from cowles will recommend this dealer ship for your next car or truck shopping i’m very satisfied with my purchases at cowles will come back to buy vehicle for my daughter LOVE my F-Pace S - FREE CarPlay update for some... in Knoxville, TN by Linden on Sat Nov 28 2020 As I said in the title, I LOVE my F-Pace S. If you have one with the InControl Touch Pro system (wider screen with no buttons on the sides - included in the Tech package with the electronic gauges) your 2017+ FP should qualify for a FREE software update. This update requires a trip to the dealer, but it adds Apple CarPlay/Android Auto as well as the ability to receive Software Over The Air (SOTA) updates. Now on with the review... I’m in my 40’s and I’ve barel...y kept a vehicle for more than 3-4 years since I was 16, so I’ve had a few. The F-Pace is one of my favorite vehicles I’ve ever owned. The SC 3.0 is efficient when you need it to be (I’ve got 27.1 mpg avg on 2hr+ interstate trips - not bad for almost 400hp) and has more power than most will ever need when you click it into Sport/Dynamic modes. The exhaust sound is glorious, not quite the growl of the SVR, but still pretty great and a lot cheaper. It actually sounds like an F-Type since it’s one of the engines they put in there as well. It’s comfortable, but it’s definitely more of a “sport” biased SUV so you’ll feel the bumps in the road transmit to the cabin more than a more luxury biased model. The optional 22” wheels on mine don’t help the situation, so if you want a more plush ride, opt for the standard 20” wheels because that extra rubber will help smooth out the ride a bit. It’s not as cushy as the JGC Overland I traded in on it, but the FP’s handling and performance is worlds better than the Jeep until you get into the SRT range. The FP definitely gets more attention than the Jeep, since they’re still pretty rare. Cargo room is actually very good, and almost as big as the Jeep, which is a class above the FP in size. The FP has much more cargo space than its closest competitor, the Porsche Macan. I love the Macan, but I have kids, so it was a no-go due to its tiny cargo area. Being from the Jaguar/Land Rover company, the FP seems to have much better off-road/AWD performance than the Macan as well. That was important to me since I work in healthcare where we don’t have the luxury to miss work because of bad weather, and I occasionally drive to rental cabins in the mountains on less than stellar roads. From what I’ve seen in reviews and heard from other owners who have had their FP’s in some rough conditions, is that Land Rover definitely had some input with the Adaptive Surface Response (AdSR) mode on the Jag. You can pick from options like Low Friction Start and All Surface Progress Control (ASPC) - which is basically like hill ascent/descent control that uses the systems of the car to help keep you slowly making progress on slippery/loose surfaces. I tried driving up a steep hill of wet grass on ultra high performance Conti DWS 06 tires using ASPC and low friction launch, and I was amazed. I don’t think my JGC on BFG A/T’s could have done any better. So in conclusion, I think the FP is an amazing vehicle that’s practical in terms of storage, hauling, and towing capacity, while still handling and driving like a sports sedan. No vehicle is perfect, but the FP is a great compromise of sport and utility.

88 Dundee Rd, Buffalo Grove, IL 60089
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13.02.2021    


29987 $ Jaguar F-PACE 20d Prestige
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Year of manufacture: 2017
Mileage: 65639 miles

i love my 2 vehicles that i got from cowles will recommend this dealer ship for your next car or truck shopping i’m very satisfied with my purchases at cowles will come back to buy vehicle for my daughter LOVE my F-Pace S - FREE CarPlay update for some... in Knoxville, TN by Linden on Sat Nov 28 2020 As I said in the title, I LOVE my F-Pace S. If you have one with the InControl Touch Pro system (wider screen with no buttons on the sides - included in the Tech package with the electronic gauges) your 2017+ FP should qualify for a FREE software update. This update requires a trip to the dealer, but it adds Apple CarPlay/Android Auto as well as the ability to receive Software Over The Air (SOTA) updates. Now on with the review... I’m in my 40’s and I’ve barel...y kept a vehicle for more than 3-4 years since I was 16, so I’ve had a few. The F-Pace is one of my favorite vehicles I’ve ever owned. The SC 3.0 is efficient when you need it to be (I’ve got 27.1 mpg avg on 2hr+ interstate trips - not bad for almost 400hp) and has more power than most will ever need when you click it into Sport/Dynamic modes. The exhaust sound is glorious, not quite the growl of the SVR, but still pretty great and a lot cheaper. It actually sounds like an F-Type since it’s one of the engines they put in there as well. It’s comfortable, but it’s definitely more of a “sport” biased SUV so you’ll feel the bumps in the road transmit to the cabin more than a more luxury biased model. The optional 22” wheels on mine don’t help the situation, so if you want a more plush ride, opt for the standard 20” wheels because that extra rubber will help smooth out the ride a bit. It’s not as cushy as the JGC Overland I traded in on it, but the FP’s handling and performance is worlds better than the Jeep until you get into the SRT range. The FP definitely gets more attention than the Jeep, since they’re still pretty rare. Cargo room is actually very good, and almost as big as the Jeep, which is a class above the FP in size. The FP has much more cargo space than its closest competitor, the Porsche Macan. I love the Macan, but I have kids, so it was a no-go due to its tiny cargo area. Being from the Jaguar/Land Rover company, the FP seems to have much better off-road/AWD performance than the Macan as well. That was important to me since I work in healthcare where we don’t have the luxury to miss work because of bad weather, and I occasionally drive to rental cabins in the mountains on less than stellar roads. From what I’ve seen in reviews and heard from other owners who have had their FP’s in some rough conditions, is that Land Rover definitely had some input with the Adaptive Surface Response (AdSR) mode on the Jag. You can pick from options like Low Friction Start and All Surface Progress Control (ASPC) - which is basically like hill ascent/descent control that uses the systems of the car to help keep you slowly making progress on slippery/loose surfaces. I tried driving up a steep hill of wet grass on ultra high performance Conti DWS 06 tires using ASPC and low friction launch, and I was amazed. I don’t think my JGC on BFG A/T’s could have done any better. So in conclusion, I think the FP is an amazing vehicle that’s practical in terms of storage, hauling, and towing capacity, while still handling and driving like a sports sedan. No vehicle is perfect, but the FP is a great compromise of sport and utility.

88 Dundee Rd, Buffalo Grove, IL 60089
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02.02.2021    


30000 $ Jaguar F-PACE 35t Premium
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Year of manufacture: 2017
Mileage: 54538 miles

i love my 2 vehicles that i got from cowles will recommend this dealer ship for your next car or truck shopping i’m very satisfied with my purchases at cowles will come back to buy vehicle for my daughter LOVE my F-Pace S - FREE CarPlay update for some... in Knoxville, TN by Linden on Sat Nov 28 2020 As I said in the title, I LOVE my F-Pace S. If you have one with the InControl Touch Pro system (wider screen with no buttons on the sides - included in the Tech package with the electronic gauges) your 2017+ FP should qualify for a FREE software update. This update requires a trip to the dealer, but it adds Apple CarPlay/Android Auto as well as the ability to receive Software Over The Air (SOTA) updates. Now on with the review... I’m in my 40’s and I’ve barel...y kept a vehicle for more than 3-4 years since I was 16, so I’ve had a few. The F-Pace is one of my favorite vehicles I’ve ever owned. The SC 3.0 is efficient when you need it to be (I’ve got 27.1 mpg avg on 2hr+ interstate trips - not bad for almost 400hp) and has more power than most will ever need when you click it into Sport/Dynamic modes. The exhaust sound is glorious, not quite the growl of the SVR, but still pretty great and a lot cheaper. It actually sounds like an F-Type since it’s one of the engines they put in there as well. It’s comfortable, but it’s definitely more of a “sport” biased SUV so you’ll feel the bumps in the road transmit to the cabin more than a more luxury biased model. The optional 22” wheels on mine don’t help the situation, so if you want a more plush ride, opt for the standard 20” wheels because that extra rubber will help smooth out the ride a bit. It’s not as cushy as the JGC Overland I traded in on it, but the FP’s handling and performance is worlds better than the Jeep until you get into the SRT range. The FP definitely gets more attention than the Jeep, since they’re still pretty rare. Cargo room is actually very good, and almost as big as the Jeep, which is a class above the FP in size. The FP has much more cargo space than its closest competitor, the Porsche Macan. I love the Macan, but I have kids, so it was a no-go due to its tiny cargo area. Being from the Jaguar/Land Rover company, the FP seems to have much better off-road/AWD performance than the Macan as well. That was important to me since I work in healthcare where we don’t have the luxury to miss work because of bad weather, and I occasionally drive to rental cabins in the mountains on less than stellar roads. From what I’ve seen in reviews and heard from other owners who have had their FP’s in some rough conditions, is that Land Rover definitely had some input with the Adaptive Surface Response (AdSR) mode on the Jag. You can pick from options like Low Friction Start and All Surface Progress Control (ASPC) - which is basically like hill ascent/descent control that uses the systems of the car to help keep you slowly making progress on slippery/loose surfaces. I tried driving up a steep hill of wet grass on ultra high performance Conti DWS 06 tires using ASPC and low friction launch, and I was amazed. I don’t think my JGC on BFG A/T’s could have done any better. So in conclusion, I think the FP is an amazing vehicle that’s practical in terms of storage, hauling, and towing capacity, while still handling and driving like a sports sedan. No vehicle is perfect, but the FP is a great compromise of sport and utility.

2772 Skokie Valley Rd, Highland Park, IL 60035
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02.02.2021    


30988 $ Jaguar F-PACE 35t Prestige

Year of manufacture: 2017
Mileage: 33152 miles

i love my 2 vehicles that i got from cowles will recommend this dealer ship for your next car or truck shopping i’m very satisfied with my purchases at cowles will come back to buy vehicle for my daughter LOVE my F-Pace S - FREE CarPlay update for some... in Knoxville, TN by Linden on Sat Nov 28 2020 As I said in the title, I LOVE my F-Pace S. If you have one with the InControl Touch Pro system (wider screen with no buttons on the sides - included in the Tech package with the electronic gauges) your 2017+ FP should qualify for a FREE software update. This update requires a trip to the dealer, but it adds Apple CarPlay/Android Auto as well as the ability to receive Software Over The Air (SOTA) updates. Now on with the review... I’m in my 40’s and I’ve barel...y kept a vehicle for more than 3-4 years since I was 16, so I’ve had a few. The F-Pace is one of my favorite vehicles I’ve ever owned. The SC 3.0 is efficient when you need it to be (I’ve got 27.1 mpg avg on 2hr+ interstate trips - not bad for almost 400hp) and has more power than most will ever need when you click it into Sport/Dynamic modes. The exhaust sound is glorious, not quite the growl of the SVR, but still pretty great and a lot cheaper. It actually sounds like an F-Type since it’s one of the engines they put in there as well. It’s comfortable, but it’s definitely more of a “sport” biased SUV so you’ll feel the bumps in the road transmit to the cabin more than a more luxury biased model. The optional 22” wheels on mine don’t help the situation, so if you want a more plush ride, opt for the standard 20” wheels because that extra rubber will help smooth out the ride a bit. It’s not as cushy as the JGC Overland I traded in on it, but the FP’s handling and performance is worlds better than the Jeep until you get into the SRT range. The FP definitely gets more attention than the Jeep, since they’re still pretty rare. Cargo room is actually very good, and almost as big as the Jeep, which is a class above the FP in size. The FP has much more cargo space than its closest competitor, the Porsche Macan. I love the Macan, but I have kids, so it was a no-go due to its tiny cargo area. Being from the Jaguar/Land Rover company, the FP seems to have much better off-road/AWD performance than the Macan as well. That was important to me since I work in healthcare where we don’t have the luxury to miss work because of bad weather, and I occasionally drive to rental cabins in the mountains on less than stellar roads. From what I’ve seen in reviews and heard from other owners who have had their FP’s in some rough conditions, is that Land Rover definitely had some input with the Adaptive Surface Response (AdSR) mode on the Jag. You can pick from options like Low Friction Start and All Surface Progress Control (ASPC) - which is basically like hill ascent/descent control that uses the systems of the car to help keep you slowly making progress on slippery/loose surfaces. I tried driving up a steep hill of wet grass on ultra high performance Conti DWS 06 tires using ASPC and low friction launch, and I was amazed. I don’t think my JGC on BFG A/T’s could have done any better. So in conclusion, I think the FP is an amazing vehicle that’s practical in terms of storage, hauling, and towing capacity, while still handling and driving like a sports sedan. No vehicle is perfect, but the FP is a great compromise of sport and utility.

6900 McCormick Blvd, Lincolnwood, IL 60712
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02.02.2021    


31895 $ Jaguar F-PACE 35t Prestige
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Year of manufacture: 2017
Mileage: 46915 miles

i love my 2 vehicles that i got from cowles will recommend this dealer ship for your next car or truck shopping i’m very satisfied with my purchases at cowles will come back to buy vehicle for my daughter LOVE my F-Pace S - FREE CarPlay update for some... in Knoxville, TN by Linden on Sat Nov 28 2020 As I said in the title, I LOVE my F-Pace S. If you have one with the InControl Touch Pro system (wider screen with no buttons on the sides - included in the Tech package with the electronic gauges) your 2017+ FP should qualify for a FREE software update. This update requires a trip to the dealer, but it adds Apple CarPlay/Android Auto as well as the ability to receive Software Over The Air (SOTA) updates. Now on with the review... I’m in my 40’s and I’ve barel...y kept a vehicle for more than 3-4 years since I was 16, so I’ve had a few. The F-Pace is one of my favorite vehicles I’ve ever owned. The SC 3.0 is efficient when you need it to be (I’ve got 27.1 mpg avg on 2hr+ interstate trips - not bad for almost 400hp) and has more power than most will ever need when you click it into Sport/Dynamic modes. The exhaust sound is glorious, not quite the growl of the SVR, but still pretty great and a lot cheaper. It actually sounds like an F-Type since it’s one of the engines they put in there as well. It’s comfortable, but it’s definitely more of a “sport” biased SUV so you’ll feel the bumps in the road transmit to the cabin more than a more luxury biased model. The optional 22” wheels on mine don’t help the situation, so if you want a more plush ride, opt for the standard 20” wheels because that extra rubber will help smooth out the ride a bit. It’s not as cushy as the JGC Overland I traded in on it, but the FP’s handling and performance is worlds better than the Jeep until you get into the SRT range. The FP definitely gets more attention than the Jeep, since they’re still pretty rare. Cargo room is actually very good, and almost as big as the Jeep, which is a class above the FP in size. The FP has much more cargo space than its closest competitor, the Porsche Macan. I love the Macan, but I have kids, so it was a no-go due to its tiny cargo area. Being from the Jaguar/Land Rover company, the FP seems to have much better off-road/AWD performance than the Macan as well. That was important to me since I work in healthcare where we don’t have the luxury to miss work because of bad weather, and I occasionally drive to rental cabins in the mountains on less than stellar roads. From what I’ve seen in reviews and heard from other owners who have had their FP’s in some rough conditions, is that Land Rover definitely had some input with the Adaptive Surface Response (AdSR) mode on the Jag. You can pick from options like Low Friction Start and All Surface Progress Control (ASPC) - which is basically like hill ascent/descent control that uses the systems of the car to help keep you slowly making progress on slippery/loose surfaces. I tried driving up a steep hill of wet grass on ultra high performance Conti DWS 06 tires using ASPC and low friction launch, and I was amazed. I don’t think my JGC on BFG A/T’s could have done any better. So in conclusion, I think the FP is an amazing vehicle that’s practical in terms of storage, hauling, and towing capacity, while still handling and driving like a sports sedan. No vehicle is perfect, but the FP is a great compromise of sport and utility.

1313 Rand Rd, Des Plaines, IL 60016
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