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Very smooth fast and beautiful inside and out
by BlackCat23 from pleasanton.ca | March 28, 2010
My grandpa owned this car since it came out..I am 19 he gave it to me last year..its a smooth ride..It picks up speed really fast..My brother has a 2007 Chrysler 300..and the Jag is WAAAAAY SMoother,faster, and performs a lot better. Im grateful i have this car..It turns a lot of heads espically after a nice wash. The seats inside are amazing soft.. espically the back seats.. This car seems like it was designed to chauffeur people around due to the table popout from the driver and passenger seat. It's also a big car and very roomy. The Jag does eat up a lot of gas but its fine still..I love this car a lot and hope it never breaks down on me..I'm at 113k Miles and hope it can push to 200k! w00t!