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2008 Jaguar XK KBB Expert Review:
Jaguar's aluminum-bodied XK competes in an elite field of expensive sporting cars that blend the oft-competing virtues of pavement-ripping performance and senses-coddling luxury. Some, like the Porsche 911 Carrera and Dodge Viper, are mostly about performance. Others, like the Mercedes-Benz CL500, BMW 650i and Cadillac XLR, slide toward the other end of the scale. The 2008 Jaguar XK is a nicely executed marriage of both. While its 300-horsepower V8 is not as brutally powerful as some, its lightweight aluminum construction keeps it well in the performance hunt.
You'll Like This Car If...
If your taste runs toward sleek and sensual design, exhilarating performance and superb curvy road composure, combined with posh country club accouterments, the 2008 Jaguar XK Coupe may be right for you.
This British-built beauty's sensuous look and mellow, muscular exhaust note tell you right away it's something special. The proximity key fob unlocks the doors and enables the ignition without leaving your pocket or purse. A large red console button fires up the engine with a muffled roar and the shifter slides rearward to "D" with an unhindered stroke.
But the most fun for serious drivers comes through the corners as its big, meaty tires keep the XK's lightweight aluminum body on path with the pavement. Steering and braking are equally outstanding, and the sumptuous seats provide all-day comfort, at least for a pair of front-seat occupants. As with other 2+2 tourers, the token rear seats are best reserved for excess cargo or children. We loved the easy-to-use touch-screen control system and appreciated its graphic back-up warning system nearly as much as a rear camera.
Inside, the 2008 Jaguar XK wears rich materials and craftsmanship befitting traditional British luxury cars. Finely stitched leather and a choice of woodgrains (burl walnut or light-colored poplar) contrast with soft plastic trim and bright metallic surfaces. The layout is driver-focused, with excellent ergonomics and body-hugging seats set low in the high beltline body for a "cockpit" feel. With its longer wheelbase, wider tracks and taller roofline, the 2+2 layout has significantly more front room and longer seats than the previous model. The large round speedometer and tachometer are split by a comprehensive driver information center.
With classic long-hood, short deck sporting proportions, large fender-filling wheels and minimal overhangs, the 2008 Jaguar XK is more aggressive than previous designs of recent memory, seeking to recapture some essence of the legendary E-Type sports cars of the 1960s and 1970s. In fact, the large oval grille opening, power-bulge hood and cargo access-enhancing rear liftback nicely echo the classic E-type. Fresh from its complete makeover last year, the XK Coupe is just slightly longer than its predecessor, looking more contemporary and athletic, with cargo capacity sufficient for a pair of golf bags. The non-functional front-fender vents are one of Jaguar's newest signature design touches, although dozens of other manufacturers seem to be following suit with their own interpretation of the faux side vent.
Notable Standard Equipment
The well-equipped 2008 Jaguar XK comes with 18-inch alloy wheels with tire-pressure monitoring, four-wheel disc brakes with four-channel anti-lock braking system (ABS), traction control and electronic brake force distribution (EBD), Trac Dynamic Stability Control (TracDSC), speed-sensitive variable-rate power steering, Jaguar's adaptive Computer Active Technology (CATS) suspension, power windows, locks and mirrors, keyless entry and keyless start, steering wheel-mounted shift paddles, dual-zone climate control, DVD-based touch-screen navigation, anti-theft security system with engine immobilizer, three-position memory system, Bluetooth wireless communications system, Bi-xenon headlamps with power-wash and self-leveling, rain-sensing wipers, garage-door opener, Reverse Park Control and Alpine six-speaker audio with a six-disc CD changer. Standard safety equipment includes advanced driver and passenger front airbags, front-seat head and thorax side airbags and Jaguar's dynamic head restraint system that helps prevent whiplash in case of a rear impact.