Jaguar F-Type Reviews & Comparisons

Jaguar F-Type Reviews

Jaguar F-Type Videos

Review: Jaguar F-TYPE R (After 700KM)

Review of the 2021 Jaguar F-TYPE R

Jaguar F-Type Comparisons

Drag Battle: Jaguar F-TYPE R AWD vs Porsche 911 Turbo S

Comparison: Jaguar F-TYPE vs Porsche 911

ZIP CODES - near Cerritos

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    92647

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    92801

  • 92832

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  • 90240

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CITIES near Cerritos

  • Downey
  • Cypress
  • Lakewood
  • Seal Beach
  • Long Beach
  • Huntington Beach
  • Anaheim
  • Fullerton
  • Los Alamitos

About the Jaguar F-Type

In 2021, the F-TYPE underwent a facelift, featuring a significantly restyled front end and dashboard, and simplified drivetrain options.

Jaguar F-Type Trim Comparison

Showing the 2021 Jaguar F-TYPE P300 2dr Rear-wheel Drive Convertible

    Starting Price : $64,700
  • Combined MPG : 26
  • Seats : 2
  • Drivetrain : RWD
  • Warranty : Bumper-to-Bumper, 60 mo/60,000 mi
  • Transmission : 8-speed automatic w/OD and auto-manual

Showing the 2021 Jaguar F-TYPE R-Dynamic 2dr All-wheel Drive Coupe

    Starting Price : $81,800
  • Engine : 380-hp, 3.0-liter V-6 (premium)
  • Combined MPG : 26
  • Warranty : Bumper-to-Bumper, 60 mo/60,000 mi
  • Door Count : 2
  • Transmission : 8-speed automatic w/OD and auto-manual

Showing the 2021 Jaguar F-TYPE R 2dr All-wheel Drive Coupe

    Starting Price : $103,200
  • Warranty : Bumper-to-Bumper, 60 mo/60,000 mi
  • Engine : 575-hp, 5.0-liter V-8 (premium)
  • Seats : 2
  • Door Count : 2
  • Drivetrain :

Showing the 2021 Jaguar F-TYPE R 2dr All-wheel Drive Convertible

    Starting Price : $105,900
  • Seats : 2
  • Door Count : 2
  • Engine : 575-hp, 5.0-liter V-8 (premium)
  • Warranty : Bumper-to-Bumper, 60 mo/60,000 mi
  • Combined MPG : 26

Frequently Asked Questions

Can you drive the Jaguar F-TYPE daily?

Yes, the Jaguar F-TYPE can be used as a daily driver. It is a good commute car but not a good errand car.

Are Jaguar F-TYPEs reliable?

Based ont the J.D. Power, the Jaguar F-TYPE has a poor predicted reliability rating - 2 out of 5.

Is it costly to maintain a Jaguar F-TYPE?

The cost may range from $80 to $10231, with an average of $375.

Can I drive the Jaguar F-TYPE in winter?

Yes. The F-TYPE AWD certainly helps and winter tires even more. Just don't drive in more than a foot of snow.

About Envision Jaguar Cerritos Sales Department

The excellent treatment you'll receive and comfort you'll find in leasing or owning a Jaguar begins when you enter the Jaguar Cerritos showroom, and stays with you as long as you're behind the wheel. In addition to our extensive inventory of Jaguar vehicles, we also offer Jaguar parts and service at our dealership in Cerritos, CA. Jaguar vehicles aren't just our product, they're our passion and anyone who shares that passion is a friend of ours.

REVIEWS

From our Cerritos Customers

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Catherine Falk     

Richard, in the SERVICE department, is every reason to visit this Jaguar dealership for service needs to your vehicle! Richard took care of everything with ease and was such a pleasure to interact with. As I once had a bad experience with a …

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Jennifer J.    

Just an update, the GM reached out and was extremely apologetic.  It was much appreciated that he acknowledged the service wasn't up to par and did what he could to rectify the situation.  Classy move lol2 stars for the service department!!  My 2020 evoque has been in several times for a gearbox fault.  This last time it was in they did a complete computer system overhaul that hopefully fixes the issue of my car stranding me places because it won't go into drive.  When I received my car this last time I was alerted the next morning ALL my tires were well below PSI, and they had sprayed what I'm assuming was disinfectant directly onto my touch screen control panel.  I realize these may seem like trivial things but when you're paying for a luxury vehicle that's now been in the shop multiple times for the same problem, it's frustrating to now have to deal with smaller issues caused by the service department.     My 4 phone calls, and 1 email to them have ALL gone unanswered, extremely unprofessional.

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Derek E.     

About a week ago my wife and I got serious about purchasing another vehicle.  She had a whole list of "requirements" 3rd row etc.  We had a few cars in mind and one day I took her to the Range Rover dealership in Cerritos.  It's always been on her mind that she wanted one but she didn't really think it was possible.  We were immediately greeted by Sean (Suren) and shown a few vehicle's after talking some basics of what we were looking for.  I had originally done a lot of research about the Velar model as to me, it was more stylish than the sport.  However we immediately fell in love with a white HST that was on the lot.  All of her original requirements went out the window. Sean informed us that they were quite hard to find in that spec etc.  We ended up going home to think about it and made up our minds that it was the one. We made plans to go that night, bring our trade and make the deal.  Sean called me around noon to let me know the car we were interested in had sold.  We were devastated.  We went to another dealer to see what they had inventory wise, looked online in like a 500 mile radius and couldn't find one similar.  Sean was right.  He wasn't being pushy or coming up with a story about the vehicle just to make a sale, it was rare and it obviously was in high demand.  We even tried calling him to see just how "sold" the vehicle was, even joking that we could somehow still sign the triple form before they did to pick it up.  We made it back to the dealer with our trade and it was really difficult to compare other vehicles to the one we missed out on.  We were literally sitting in our car about to leave and Sean persisted to get us to try a TD6 model, informing us of the increased gas mileage and being similar minus some performance features and the dash.  Ultimately the deal was made and in the long run we are happy with our purchase over the flashy one.  The process was simple and to be honest I didn't feel like haggling to death over the price because I didn't want to miss out on another good opportunity.  I want to thank Sean and team for making everything smooth and most of all accommodating during the covid19 situation.

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Ramon C.     

Came in on a Saturday afternoon, it was hectic. Sean spotted us and told us he would be right with us. After looking around we found the car we wanted by that time Sean came back to us and asked us to join him in his office. Sean asked what is was that I wanted in a car and showed me to the vehicle which had it all. Sean knew exactly what they had and didn't have off the top of his head. I want to say everything went smoothly but I was indecisive. I had originally been interested in a Q7 or Q8 but after speaking with him and checking out the Velar my mind was changed. Then the deal was made and I had a new car.If you want someone knowledgeable, friendly, energetic. Look for Sean hell probably be busy with someone else at the moment but he's worth the wait.

Envision Jaguar Cerritos Sales Hours

Monday9:00AM - 7:00PM

Tuesday9:00AM - 7:00PM

Wednesday9:00AM - 7:00PM

Thursday9:00AM - 7:00PM

Friday9:00AM - 7:00PM

Saturday9:00AM - 7:00PM

Sunday10:00AM - 7:00PM