Jaguar is the luxurious vehicle brand of Jaguar Land Rover which is a British MNC headquartered in Whitley, Coventry, England. Jaguar cars are produced by the company, Jaguar Cars until it eventually merged with Land Rover and had Jaguar Land Rover formed on 1 January 2013. Jaguar’s business was first focused on producing motorcycle sidecars and then progressing with body development projects for passenger cars.
In 1990, Jaguar Cars was acquired by Ford and was later joined in by Land Rover in 2000. They were then later sold by Ford to Tata Motors that formed Jaguar Land Rover as a single entity to design and manufacture both Jaguars and Land Rovers.
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JAGUAR XJ (X300)
The Ugly side: common jaguar car problems encountered
Jaguars are greatly sought after by drivers seeking power within luxury. Nevertheless, like all man-made machines, Jaguars come with their own set of downsides too. Some of the most raved issues from the consumer market are as follows:
Owners of 2015 F Type have voiced their concerns over sticky interior panels and buttons that have actually been mentioned harshly in some other models as well. This problem might just be cosmetic, but over time, it does reduce the overall driving experience.
Drivers in general have also mentioned about forking out thousands of dollars that could run up to $50 grand to have a full super charger and engine replacements after less than just 5 years on the road.
Another serious issue that has been brought up involves complete electrical and transmission failures which simply means experiencing car breakdowns repeatedly during daily commutes.
We have also heard reports of oxygen sensors going out every quarter for the non-gas models which need to be changed several times annually. Owners have also reported on their Jaguar breaking down and experiencing timing chain gasket failure with oil gushing on the alternator and battery which resulted in a complete system breakdown.
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It is completely understandable that a discerning car owner is willing to spend so much more to experience luxury driving, but the costly maintenance and repairs might cause a financial strain on you especially in the long run. If your new Jaguar or a used one bought within 30 days have you running to and fro a service center, you may be able to seek compensation under the Florida state lemon law.
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