Sunday, February 24, 2013

Jaguar F-Type Priced from $69,000* in the U.S., New Configurator Plus Fresh Photos from Paris

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Only days after the brand new F-Type's big reveal at the Paris Auto Salon, and Jaguar has released U.S. pricing and even launched an online configurator for those who like playing around with colors and extras, regardless of whether you intend to buy the roadster.When it goes on sale in the United States next year, the rear-wheel drive sports car will start at $69,000, excluding an $875 destination and handling fee (*) for the base model that is powered by a 335HP (340PS) 3.0-liter supercharged V6.
If it makes you feel better, even if you include taxes, the entry-level model's price tag in the States is considerably less than what UK buyers will pay for the car, which at £58,500 (€73,200, US$94,400 at today's rates), is actually higher than that of the V8 model in the U.S…
The F-Type S that sports an uprated version of the same engine with 375-horses (380PS) costs $81,000, while the flagship F-Type V8 S that gets a 488Hp (495PS) supercharged V8 for a 0-60 mph in 4.2 seconds carries an MSRP of $92,000, again, with both prices not including an $875 destination and handling fee.
If you want to fool around with the F-Type's configurator, head over to Jaguar's dedicated web page by following this link.
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