Jaguar F-Type

Our test car was blessed with $14,650 worth of options, including a $3400 Performance package (“Super Performance” brakes with red-painted calipers, upgraded seats, flat-bottomed steering wheel, configurable driving settings, and more), $2700 extended leather trim, $2400 for special lighting and parking-camera gear, $1800 for 14-way power-seat adjusters with memory and dual-zone climate control, a $1500 wheel upgrade, a $1200 fixed-glass roof, a $600 silver-metallic paint job, $600 for heated seats and steering wheel, and a $450 radio upgrade. Your lesson: Proceed with caution when adding options because Jaguar graduated with honors from the Porsche school of big-ticket adornments.

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