Checkered Flag Limited Edition 2dr Rear-wheel Drive Convertible
2020 Jaguar F-TYPE

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The 2020 Jaguar F-Type will no doubt be overshadowed by the sleeker 2021 model that's due out within the year, but that shouldn't make potential buyers dismissive of the one currently available. This luxury two-seat sports car still oozes debonair cool from every air duct and panel gap.

With the thoroughly refreshed 2021 F-Type fast on its way, changes to the 2020 model were almost nil. The biggest difference over last year is the new Checkered Flag trim, which is a well-equipped limited edition with special badging and trim. The manual transmission F-Type has also shifted its last gear and is no longer available.

The F-Type continues to offer buyers three very different powertrains. The cheapest models are powered by a 296-horsepower 2.0-liter turbo-4. The 380-hp supercharged V-6 is optional, as is a 340-hp version of this engine that is set to be discontinued at the end of the model year. At the top of the engine heap is a 550- or 575-hp 5.0-liter supercharged V-8.

Rear-wheel drive is standard, though all-wheel drive is available on most trims and mandatory with the V-8. With the manual gone, an 8-speed automatic handles gearchanges. The F-Type is offered as both a coupe and convertible. Pricing begins at about $62,000 and reaches well past the six-figure mark for a V-8 model.

Its meager sales volume means the NHTSA and IIHS have not crash-tested the F-Type.

The F-Type can be had with all the typical active-safety features now on the market. Standard gear includes automatic emergency braking, adaptive cruise control, parking sensors and active lane control. Other safety equipment, such as blind-spot monitors and rear cross-traffic alert, are optional.
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The 2020 Jaguar F-Type will no doubt be overshadowed by the sleeker 2021 model that's due out within the year, but that shouldn't make potential buyers dismissive of the one currently available. This luxury two-seat sports car still oozes debonair cool from every air duct and panel gap.

With the thoroughly refreshed 2021 F-Type fast on its way, changes to the 2020 model were almost nil. The biggest difference over last year is the new Checkered Flag trim, which is a well-equipped limited edition with special badging and trim. The manual transmission F-Type has also shifted its last gear and is no longer available.

The F-Type continues to offer buyers three very different powertrains. The cheapest models are powered by a 296-horsepower 2.0-liter turbo-4. The 380-hp supercharged V-6 is optional, as is a 340-hp version of this engine that is set to be discontinued at the end of the model year. At the top of the engine heap is a 550- or 575-hp 5.0-liter supercharged V-8.

Rear-wheel drive is standard, though all-wheel drive is available on most trims and mandatory with the V-8. With the manual gone, an 8-speed automatic handles gearchanges. The F-Type is offered as both a coupe and convertible. Pricing begins at about $62,000 and reaches well past the six-figure mark for a V-8 model.

Its meager sales volume means the NHTSA and IIHS have not crash-tested the F-Type.

The F-Type can be had with all the typical active-safety features now on the market. Standard gear includes automatic emergency braking, adaptive cruise control, parking sensors and active lane control. Other safety equipment, such as blind-spot monitors and rear cross-traffic alert, are optional.
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$74,300 MSRP / Window Sticker Price

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Engine 2.0L I-4
MPG 23 City / 30 Hwy
Seating 2 Passengers
Transmission 8-spd w/OD
Power 296 @ 5500 rpm
Drivetrain rear-wheel
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