The driver sits in the lap of luxury – or at least well shaped and electrically adjustable leather-trimmed seats. The wonderfully smooth wood and leather wheel also adjusts for height and reach, but it’s still a cramped driving position. The smooth automatic gearbox has a slick J-shaped gate selector for manual selection if necessary.
Jaguar XK Sports space & practicality
There are two rear bucket seats but you have to wonder why. They are far too small to be of any use to people, although they’re handy for carrying extra luggage. You may not even need them because the boot is large and a useful rectangular shape.
Jaguar XK Sports equipment
You’d expect some decent equipment for the price, and you get it. The full XK range comes with leather trim, automatic transmission, cruise control, climate control, a CD multichanger and plenty of electrical gadgets. Outside the cabin the car features alloy wheels and metallic paint as standard. To rein in its power, anti-lock brakes and stability control are fitted.