A beautiful-looking and excellent driving car, the 2011 Jaguar XK Convertible suffers from a feature-poor navigation system and cabin tech interface that fall short of its luxury price and competition.
Great to drive and gorgeous to behold, the 2007 XK is also Jaguar's most technically advanced model ever. Bluetooth is nice, but it would be nicer if it worked, and the XK's stereo is far from being the cat's meow.
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CNET Car Tech reviews the 2011 Jaguar XK Convertible.
Jaguar's XK model, whether in coupe or Convertible form, is a beautiful car. It also runs an excellent direct injection engine that makes it drivable on the track or around town. But it suffers from inferior cabin tech and some bad design decisions.
A lovely convertible in need of a tech overhaul.
The current Jaguar XK is 10 years old--enough! Here comes the new XK, hipper than anything Jag's made in decades and taking deadly aim at Coventry's fuddy-duddy image.
Great to drive and gorgeous to behold, the 2007 XK is also Jaguar's most technically advanced model ever.
2007 Jaguar XK Coupe first take
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