Jaguar S-type 4.2 V8 R
Jaguar is back in the headlines this month, and this time for the right reasons. Finally it has revealed the car it should have built at least five years ago, probably a decade ago - a really cool-looking, driver-focused, competitively priced sports coupe with a bit of attitude, a bit of edginess about it. Quite why it has taken this long to produce something to get car nuts excited about Jaguar again is one of the biggest mysteries of our times - in fact right up there with why Jaguar pissed away all those
|Date acquired||December 2004|
|Costs this month||£10.99 (1ltr oil)|
|Mileage this month||2811|
|MPG this month||21.5|
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