2017 Jaguar F-Type

Summary

  • Year of manufacture 
    2017
  • Mileage 
    2 720 mi / 4 378 km
  • Car type 
    Other
  • Chassis number 
    SAJAL6843HMK46228
  • Engine number 
    16111833071508PS
  • Lot number 
    534
  • Drive 
    RHD
  • Condition 
    Used
  • Exterior brand colour 
    Corris Grey Metallic
  • Location
  • Exterior colour 
    Other

Description

The SVR is a lighter, faster and sharper version of Jaguar's F-TypeR All-Wheel Drive5-litre supercharged V8 producing567bhp and 516lb.ft. 0-60 in 3.5 seconds and 200mphEight-speed automatic transmissionby Special Vehicle Operations and split-bias 4-wheel driveUnique SVR seats with Lozenge Quilt pattern, suede cloth-covered instrument binnacle and centre console, SVR steering wheel and anodized aluminium paddlesTitanium and Inconel exhaust system offers a fabulous harder-edged soundIn CorrisGrey Metallic and presents as you would expect for what is essentially a car still being run in!This is a VAT qualifying car so 20% needs to be added to the Hammer PriceIn the same month that the F-Pace SUV became the fastest-selling Jaguar of all time, the F-Type arrived in Supercar territory. Introduced at the Geneva Motor Show in March 2016, the F-Type SVR was a lighter, faster and sharper version of Jaguar's F-Type 'R' All-Wheel Drive. It was powered by the same 5-litre supercharged V8 but now produced567bhp at 6,500 rpm and a remarkable 516lb.ft of torque at 3,500rpm, with all this power transferredto the road through a Special Vehicle Operations developed, eight-speed automatic transmission and split-bias 4-wheel drive.The SVR was now a seriously quick motor car with 0-62mph in a tad less than 3.5 seconds and a genuine 200 mph available, however, the external differences from the F-Type R were stylish and subtle with a new aerodynamics package that included a new front bumper, splitter, flat undercarriage, rear venturi and an active rear wing that rises at 70mph. What wasnt quite so subtle was the new Titanium and Inconel quad-pipe exhaust system which was a full 16kg lighter but featured valves that open at 2,500rpm generating a distinctive metallic bark that will rattle windows and upset the neighbours. You dont have to use full throttle and it is possible toprogress in a civilised manner, but the option is there!However, more impressive than the increased power output is the way the SVR conducts itself. We quote from a recent Road Test in Classic Car Magazine;Yet more impressive than the raw speed is the way its delivered. The smaller-engined, rear-drive F-types regularly trouble their electronic stability systems, but in four-wheel-drive SVR form traction is outrageous. Off the line the Jag just grips and goes, and the same applies whenputting the power down early out of a corner: its composed, controlled and deeply impressive.The beautifully weighted steering filters out any semblance of kickback, yet retains far more feedback than most modern systems, with delicious accuracy. Switch to Dynamic mode and the car gets stiffer, harder and more focused, the smooth auto box serving up immediate, aggressive changes when commanded by the steering wheel-mounted paddles.Yet although theres grip and body control enough to ensure that your passenger will need the large grab handle, its delivered without the back-breaking ride you might expect, particularly when you switch to Normal but then Jaguar always was a master of chassis that blended balance and suppleness.Inside the cockpit is truly state of the art and indicationsthat you are in the SVR include very handsome quilted leather covering seats and door panels. The stitched shapes take the form of the Jaguar Heritage lozenge, a subtle nod to the racing DNA of the brand and a lovely touch. Theres also an SVR steering wheel and the contrast double stitching on the seating and door handles mirrors the car's external colour.This superb F-type SVR is on offer from the SA30 collection and dates from the 31st of March 2017. It's finished in Corris Grey Metallic with a black leather interior piped and double stitched in silver grey and sits on a set of bespoke SVR Satin Black/diamond cut, 20" alloys sitting in front of yellow 'Carbon Ceramic' brake calipers.According to the Bill of Sale from Lancaster Jaguar, Sevenoaks, the cost newwas 115,696 including 12,340of extras. Those factory-fitted options include a premium leather interior with twin stitching, 3-spoke leather steering wheel, premium-leather and suede-wrapped instrument panel with piping, dark brushed-Aluminium centre console trim, Panoramic glass roof, Climate Pack 2 F-Type, automatic climate control, Meridian 380W sound system with 10 speakers, 'InControl' secure, Blind spot monitoring/closing vehicle sensor/reverse traffic detection, body-colour door mirrors, bonnet louvres, power tailgate, Carbon-fibre rear spoiler, Carbon Ceramic brake pack and forged F-Type SVR wheels.The current mileage is 2,720 and the Online Service History indicates that it was serviced on 22/06/2018 @2,163 miles(16,000-mile service) and on 15/08/2019 @ 2594 miles (32,000 miles/24 months). On both occasions, the work was carried out by Lancaster Tonbridge. The Jaguar is accompanied by its V5C, Book Pack and Owner's Handbook.As you might expect from an SA30 Collection car, it's absolutely pristine and totally immaculate. Obviously, it's not brand new but, at 2,720 miles with two services and totally cossetted, you would have a job to tell and we would recommend an appointment to view to confirm this for yourself.2017 Jaguar F-Type SVRhttps://youtu.be/aCIGJd0uhdofalse