Jaguar discontinued the production of its 2013-2020 F-Type making the vehicle unavailable in showrooms across the country. Buyers looking for an F-Type can only reach out to owners looking to sell their own cars. Recently, a similar opportunity presented itself to interested customers as a Jaguar F-Type SVR Coupe was put on sale by its first owner.
The SVR version of the F-Type has constantly been singled out for its impressive performance among all the other trim options. It is also a customer favourite because of its sports car performance which adapts just as well to bustling city roads. The vibrant blue façade of the INR 1.81 crore ‘Jaguar F-Type’ looks almost as fresh as the day it rolled past its company doors. The Modi Motors’ listing is in great condition and was produced in the year 2018. Boasting its original body and equipment, the SVR Coupe also offers all the standard features, safety packages and cabin innovations of the F-Type.
The current offer price looks extremely satisfactory, especially taking into account the fact that the last recorded price this variant was sold at was INR 2.65 crores and that the ‘for sale’ model has travelled a meagre 120 km. The supercharged petrol run model comes with an SVR Coupe standard 5000cc, 8 cylinders in V Shape, 4 Valves/ Cylinder, DOHC engine and an automatic transmission. Vehicle pricing for the 2013-2020 F-Type started at a price of INR 93.67 lakhs and increased to a top SVR Convertible model rate of INR 2.8 crores. If you think the F-Type SVR Coupe is the vehicle for you, it might be a good option to contact the owner and take the car on a test drive. The vehicle has also been covered under a comprehensive insurance lasting until March 29th, 2021.
Following the discontinuation of its F-Type, Jaguar has also launched a new market player- the New Jaguar F-Type. The rethought model looks much lither and offers stunning performance levels. It also sports an elegant Ebony interior complete with top of the line infotainment system, Touch Pro and interactive driver display. The carmaker created this upgraded version around a general idea of advancing their F-Type agility. As a result, the new vehicle achieves a peak velocity of 300 km/h after accelerating from 0 to 100 km/h in just 3.7 seconds.
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