27 June 2010
90-second verdict

Autocar gives its verdict to the new XKR 75, the hotter, limited edition model built to celebrate the marque's 75th anniversary.

As the name implies, only 75 cars will be built, and they're suitably tuned - the 5.0-litre supercharged engine now boasts 523bhp and the suspension has been uprated.

Read the full Jaguar XKR 75 road test

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2 February 2013

the interior is a great place to be, superbly made from high quality materials, intuative touch screen controls and a fantastic Hi Fi (Bowers & Wilkins). Smile The dealer I bought the car from have been great (Hatfields of Wakefield) with a superb handover and introduction to all the staff. Running costs are high but to complain about running costs on a car like this would be ridiculous. Smile

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