Which used Jaguar F-Type sports should I buy?
When you buy a new F-Type Convertible, there’s a sizeable enough difference between the price of the standard V6 and the more powerful V6 S to make the former a better buy. That gap closes enough on the used car market to reverse the situation and make the V6 S the one to go for. Not only is it more powerful, but it also comes with desirable extras such as adaptive dampers, a switchable sports exhaust and leather seats.
We’d stick with rear-wheel drive and the entry-level trim rather than the more expensive R-Dynamic or Sport. It is, however, worth looking for a model with front parking sensors because it's difficult to judge where the F-Type’s long bonnet ends.