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Jaguar F-Type Starting at $69,000 - Web Exclusive

Online configurator and pricing now available.

Ezekiel Wheeler
Oct 2, 2012
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It didn’t take Jaguar long to have their online configuration and pricing available for their new F-Type. The optimist in us was hoping to see these numbers in the ballpark of $45-70000 range. As we have learned to discover, the entry model F-Type starts at $69000*, The F-Type S at $81000 and the F-Type V8 S comes in at a whopping $91000.

While we scratch our heads as to why the smaller F-Type is priced so close to its big brother the XK, we can say the F-Type configurator is hours of day dreaming enjoyment. The F-Type offers 13 different exterior colors, four roof top colors (red, black, grey and beige) as well as four different sets of wheels; we found it hard to make the car look bad in any combination. Inside the seats come in two styles, sport and performance, along with six leather finishes from red to jet camel ¬– not to mention the deck hoops are also available in carbon fiber.

We would guestimate the final tally on a fully equipped F-Type V8 S to break into the six figure bracket but with the entry model starting at $69000 you can still have all the looks and performance you need in the pedestrian neck snapping F-Type.
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