The Jaguar F-type slots neatly between the Porsche 911 and Porsche Boxster. We show you how
17 April 2013

The Jaguar F-type sits in a gap in the market that few would have identified: the wafer-thin line between the Porsche Boxster and Porsche 911.

Here we take a look to see how the three variants of F-type compare to Stuttgart's finest sports cars.

Jaguar f-type vs Porsche 911 vs Porsche Boxster

Our Verdict

Jaguar F-Type Convertible

The Jaguar F-type bridges the gap between the Boxster and 911 on price, but can it offer the best of both worlds on the road?

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A34

18 April 2013

As this is the 1st gen F type and re-using a platform vs nth gen 911 and Boxster, its pretty competitive.

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