Review5 March 2012

Can the 542bhp Jaguar XKR-S Convertible justify it's £103,000 price tag? We speak to Jaguar's test driver, Mike Cross, and put the XKR-S through its paces in Wales.

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2 February 2013

For all its supercar ambitions, the XKR-S remains a civilised tourer, although the most pedantic of drivers will probably have issues with the firm ride and a roof that could do with a few additional layers of material to reduce wind noise at motorway speeds. Smile

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