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We lease two Jaguar F-Types lease deals here at Vantage Leasing, specifications of which can be seen at a glance below:
At £461.03 for the Coupe or £506.91 for the Convertible, a Jaguar F-Type is probably much cheaper than you expected. If you’ve been wondering how much it would cost to lease an F-Type, give us a call and we can talk you through the car, its features, and the F Type lease deals we have on offer.
If you are considering the merits of a Jaguar F-Type lease deal, be sure to take time out to read our in depth review below
Making its debut in 2013, the Jaguar F-Type quickly esteemed itself as “the latest in a distinguished bloodline”. Its description as “the spiritual successor to the famous E-Type” doesn’t come lightly, either: this is a car that brings the elegance and iconicism of the 1960s classic confidently into the modern era of car design.
Developed under the project code X152, the F-Type saw its origins in 2011 when the Jaguar C-X16 concept car was unveiled at the Frankfurt Motor Show. The car immediately began to turn heads, especially when Lana Del Ray was announced as the “Face of the F-Type”.
Jaguar released the F-Type convertible in 2013, and the Coupe followed shortly in 2014 (José Mourinho placed the first order). Both have proved popular since their respective launches; doubts about the car’s value for money were immediately waylaid on release too, with the consensus being that it’s worth every penny.
Jaguar’s mission has been described as to create cars that are “fast, poised and rewarding, but accessible”, “cosseting, rich, suave - luxury goods as well as natural athletes” - though this is not official company communication it captures perfectly the feel of the F-Type.
Jaguar are positioning the F-Type as an inviting option to people who may not have driven a Jag before, with features to match accordingly. The price is lower than you may expect, and F-Type lease deals from Vantage Leasing mean you could be driving a Jaguar home more quickly than you expected!
The handling is consistent and controlled: unexpected jolts never happen, rather you feel in complete control of the car.
An aluminium chassis provides the F-Type with strong structure allowing for stability and agility in handling. The car’s low center of gravity and even weight distribution (achieved, among other things, by putting the battery and washer bottle at the rear of the car) contribute further to the stability and agility, affording you a smooth and seamless driving experience.
With the 3.0 V6 340PS engine, Jaguar maintain their title of leader in supercharging technology by including a Roots-Type twin vortex supercharger in the engine. This provides high levels of torque immediately on acceleration, meaning the driver’s request for power is answered on demand.
The adaptive set-up of the 375bhp V6 ups the comfort and reduces pitch and roll. The V6’s handling is described as “more forgiving” than the V8, meaning a stable drive across a spectrum of inclines and speeds.
Torque Vectoring technology, an optional feature on the F-Type, compensates for understeer by applying precision brakes to the inner rear wheel, while applying more torque to the outer one. This ensures an optimal trajectory and a smoothly handled turn (although quick response steering will mean this is necessary only infrequently).
What can you expect from your leased Jaguar F-Type?
Well, the CV of Ian Callum, the design director of the F-Type, should convince even the most sceptical person that this is a well designed car before they lay even eyes on it. Not only has he been involved with each Jaguar constructed in the last decade, but also a host of other cars including Aston Martin’s DB7 and Vanquish marques.
The car continues Jaguar’s penchant for economic use of lines and tight surfaces, and some elements of the design hark back to the company’s older models (the side-hinged opening rear window, for example, nods back to the 1961E-Type).
The roof of the convertible F Type takes just 12 seconds to open or close and can be done at the press of a button from within the car at any speed up to 30mph, affording you great freedom in when to deploy it and look slick. And if you’re worried about strong winds when the convertible model’s hood is down, a wind deflector will put your mind at rest. When the roof is up, noise is shut out to ensure a comfortable driving experience.
The F-Type interior is rightly described as one of Jaguar’s classiest yet. The cabin is described as “very driver focused”, leading to a confident drive. The passenger-side grab handle has the dual effect of blocking their access to the driver’s control panel, ensuring that you remain in charge.
You have plenty of opportunity to create an interior that looks and feels how you want it to: colour combinations, materials and seat options are all within your control. Black or red interior leather finishes are just some of the options available, and even the three-spoke steering wheel has an optional flat-bottom or alcantara finish. The optional sports seats come highly recommended, as they offer more support than seats in other Jaguar models.
If you’re an audiophile, you’ll find the F-Type’s audio systems appealing. Not only does the touchscreen show full artist and album information, but a specially designed speaker system ensures optimum audio delivery. The Jaguar Sound System has 6 speakers, 180w and 8 channels, while the specially designed optional Meridian sound system is tailored to the F-Type’s interior, leading to an unparalleled listening experience. The basic Meridian system features 10 speakers (with 2 subwoofers), 380w and 12 channels; the advanced, 12 speakers, 770w and 16 channels.
You can drive with confidence thanks to the F-Type’s All Wheel Drive, which sees power redirected to maintain peak performance in all road conditions.
If that’s a lot to take in, we’re more than happy to advise you on which features you need to realise your dream F-Type lease.
When choosing a car in the Jaguar F-Type class, it is to be expected that insurance and fuel costs will be higher than in lower spec cars, but this is part of the package when upgrading to a high performance sports vehicle. Looking beyond that, the F-Type’s CO2 emissions of 199g/km and fuel economy of 32.8mpg compare well with other similarly positioned cars.
Jaguar holds the proud accolade of coming first in the 2012 JD Power customer satisfaction survey - a well-regarded survey in the motoring world.
The InControl system, presented to you on a 8” colour touch screen, gives you control of a range of smart and practical features while in control of the vehicle. Navigate with the inbuilt GPS system, set a comfortable temperature with the climate control, put on your favourite tunes with the audio system or, if choosing the optional extra, use the Bluetooth telephone system to make leisure or business calls on the go.
InControl can also be linked to a range of apps: Contacts, Maps and Calendar can be synced, as well as third-party apps like Hotelseeker and Parkopedia. Conversely, you can check on your car’s vital information from afar with InControl Remote: see fuel levels, lock or unlock the car, and even begin preheating the car before you get in for immediate comfort.
Legroom inside the cabin is comfortable, even for tall passengers, and storage space of the boot is a snug 407 litres. In the convertible model, having the roof down will not sacrifice your boot space thanks to Jaguar opting for a fabric hood instead of a fold-down metal one.
Some people are wary of making the switch to a convertible model because of safety concerns, but in reality there is little to be concerned about. The F-Type features roll over protection bars in line with convertible car safety feature requirements, meaning that even in the unlikely event of a rolled vehicle, passengers are protected.
The convertible car’s safety is also ensured with a combination of an alarm, deadlocks, and an engine immobiliser. The InControl system also detects any unauthorised movement, and informs the relevant authorities.
Jaguar provides a range of reassuring safety features including stability control, four airbags, emergency brake assist, and a bonnet which pops up on impact to cushion against impact. The car also automatically calls the emergency services in the event of an accident through the SOS Emergency Call system.
Bottom line - You can be safe in the knowledge that when you lease a Jaguar F Type, you aren't compromising on safety in anyway.
This is a classy and accomplished car, and one that you could be driving sooner and more cheaply than you expected. If you have questions about arranging a Jaguar F-Type lease, or need advise on which F-Type lease deal is best for you, please give us a call - we’ll be happy to answer!
The aluminium roof comes as standard and gives the F-Type that classic Coupe stance we have all come to love. Made of aluminium, it is strong and lightweight.
The Panoramic glass roof allows for a greater amount of natural life into the cabin and is available as an optional extra on the F-Type Coupe models. When you don't want all that additional light flooding into the cabin, there is a sliding blackout bline that can shut out 99% of the light when needed.
The carbon fibre roof is 20% lighter than the standard aluminium roof and again, is available as an optional extra. The carbon fibre weave is visible through a gorgeous high sheen lacquered finish for added style and presence.
Finally, we have the convertible roof, lightweight yet acoustically enhanced to reduce noise and even comes with a heated rear glass window. It takes just 12 seconds to fully open or close the roof and can be activated at up to 30mph.
There are eight different exterior packs available for the F-Type which are as follows:
Carbon ceramic brakes, yellow brake calipers, 20" Storm Black/Polished forged wheels and stainless steel pedal covers
Body coloured front bumper splitter, aerodynamic splitters, extended side sills and rear bumper venturi. Gloss Black finish to rear valance.
Gloss Black finish to side window surrounds (Coupe Onliny), aerodynamic splitters, front grille surround, side power vents, bonnet louvres and Roll over protection bars (Convertible only)
Body coloured front bumper splitter, aerodynamic splitters, side sills and rear bumper venturi. Gloss Black finish to side window surrounds (Coupe only), side power vents, bonnet louvres and Roll over protection bars (Convertible only)
Body coloured extended front bumper, aerodynamic splitters, extended side sills and rear bumper venturi
Body coloured extended front bumper, aerodynamic splitters, side sills and rear bumper venturi. Gloss black finish to side window surrounds (Coupe Only, front grille surround, side power vents, bonnet louvres and Roll over protection bars (Convertible only)
Body coloured extended front bumper, aerodynamic splitters, extended side sills, rear bumper venturi and fixed rear spoiler
Body coloured extended front bumper aerodynamic splitters, extended side sills, rear bumper venturi and fixed rear spoiler. Gloss Black finish to side window surrounds, front grille surround, side power vents and bonnet louvres.
The F-Type is available in 15 colours to lease of which 12 are shown below. Standard colours available at no extra cost are:
Optional metallic colours are available in:
Optional premium colours are available in:
Call our Jaguar F-Type lease team for more details, we will be only too happy to help
The F-Type is available in a dizzying number of interior trim conditions, some of which you can see below. When you've chosen which type of F-type you wish to lease, give our experienced F-Type leasing team a call who will be able to help you pick the right interior trim and finish for your needs.
As far as seating goes, the F-Type comes with a sports seat as standard finished in leather and suedecloth. The F-Type S comes with a sports seat with leather facings. You can specify either model to have the optional Performance seat finished in a premium leather which gives a much greater lateral support when racing through the bends in your newly leased Jaguar F-Type.
Both the Sports and Performance seats include a 4-way electric and 2-way manual adjustment, or if you want, a 14-way electric adjustment and memory function as an extra option. You can also opt for heated functions with both.
When choosing seat trim options for your Jaguar F-Type, you have 6 colours to choose from:
When choosing a Jaguar F-Type to lease, you have 5 options to pick from when it comes to exterior packs. Let us run you through all five:
Enjoy leather A-Pillars, header and sports sunvisors with mirrors in 3 different colour choices of Jet, Red or Ivory. You also get Jet Recona headlining to interior folding surfaces (Available only with Premium leather interior)
Here you get Suedecloth headlining and Suedecloth sports sunvisors with mirrors in just the one colour choice - Jet
Suedecloth A-Pillars, header and Suedecloth sports sunvisors with mirrors in Jet
If you’d like to experience the raw thrills of driving and owning a Jaguar F Type, live the dream with an affordable Jaguar F-Type lease from Vantage Leasing. We have a host of Jaguar F Type lease deals to suit both business and personal leasing needs.
Choose to lease either the 3.0 Supercharged V6 Jaguar F-Type Coupe from just £461.03 per month or the beautiful convertible version from £506.91 per month, either way, our lease deals for Jaguar F Types mean you can live the dream without the associated costs of ownership.
The Jaguar F-Type combines all the key qualities that we could possibly want from a standout flagship model. The driving experience is thrilling no matter which model you choose to drive, and the car’s looks are widely praised as being the best of all open-top sports cars on the market today. So it’s little surprise that the F-Type has been so successful, meeting needs both aesthetic and athletic.
Jaguar has offered up a few models to choose from, but regardless which you choose you’ll be rewarded with a sublime driving experience. The car was designed as a convertible from the earliest days, which means there is virtually no twisting or vibration through the bodyshell, and corner control is tight.
Further to these qualities, the F-Type adds speedy and accurate steering, strong grip, 50:50 weight distribution and rear-wheel drive, all combining to create a lithe and very well composed car.
Drivers can really take control in the F-Type, with all models offering the option of driving in Dynamic Mode, sharpening throttle response, increasing the steering weight, and altering the shift pattern of the eight-speed automatic gearbox. Adaptive dampers are added to the V6 S and V8 R models for further improved response and grip, and torque vectoring enables the driver to sharpen turn-in when cornering at speed.
Motoring purists are rewarded with a six-speed manual transmission, finely honed although not quite as sharp as the manual gearbox made by rival Porsche. Opt for the manual version and you might have greater control over the vehicle but you’ll find it hard to shift through gears and accelerate anywhere near as quickly as the automatic versions can.
The F-Type is an exciting car to drive, bringing together a sports performance and a silky smooth ride to deliver a purely pleasurable experience. Whereas German rivals often build more firmly sprung vehicles, Jaguar has taken into consideration the slightly less reliable British roads and has adapted this car to tackle them with ease.
Non-traditional but very fun to drive, four-wheel-drive cars generally don’t show their extra weight and will more often feel like a rear-wheel drive. However, the additional grip and clever 4WD system all add to the fun of the drive and grip is exceptional. These cars feature an automatic system that usually gives about 30% of torque to the front wheels, siphoning in a little more as traction is lost by the rear wheels.
Under the bonnet, all of the F-Type’s engines are supercharged and each can be recognised from other cars in the Jaguar family.
All of the models are, unsurprisingly, incredibly quick, but if you’re looking for added flair then turn your eyes to the V6 S and V8 R models, both of which get a boost from Jaguar’s active exhaust system. To us, the V6 S looks like the model of choice for British drivers. It’ll do almost as high a speed as the V8 R on normal British roads, but handling is better thanks to a lighter, more compact engine.
Where speed is of the essence, the F-Type will get you from 0-60mph in under six seconds no matter which model you choose. The entry-level 3.0-litre V6 makes it in 5.3 seconds with an automatic gearbox or 5.7 seconds if manual and has a top speed of 162 mph. The F-Type S with upgraded engine makes 0-60 mph in 4.9 seconds in automatic or 5.5 seconds with a manual transmission and has a 171 mph top speed. The 5.0-litre V8 F-Type R is available as automatic only and makes 0-60 mph in just 4.2 seconds, hitting a maximum speed of 186mph.
The S and R models of the F-Type, if specified as all-wheel drive, are only available in automatic transmission.
A quirk in the system means that while the added weight of the AWD system makes the V6’s 0-60 mph time a couple of tenths of a second slower, it makes the V8 R a tenth faster due to extra traction.
Although the fuel economy of the F-Type is unlikely to be a consideration for those who can afford to drive it, each model is fitted as standard with a stop/start system that manages to keep CO2 emissions down to a respectable 199g/km on the V6 automatic and 234g/km for the manual version. It will also manage 34 mpg for the automatic and 29 mpg for the manual. The V6 S manages 203g/km and 33 mpg as an automatic version which, considering the car’s performance abilities, are both impressive figures.
The F-Type R emits 255g/km CO2 and delivers fuel economy of 26 mpg. The V8 R with AWD is slightly more expensive and will take you up a level in the road tax bands as they stand before 1st April 2017.
Maintenance of the F-Type isn’t the cheapest, but is certainly not anything unusual for a car of its calibre.
There’s no shortage of good looks and impressive qualities for drivers of the F-Type. From the outside, the car’s slim rear lights and short tail nod to its E-Type predecessor, but with an overall more modern appearance. Well-proportioned and beautifully crafted, the car’s desirability is just as much of an attraction as its performance. Exceptional elegance is achieved in the soft-top variety, electrically folding down in just twelve seconds and showing off the body design’s tight lines.
As standard, the F-Type V6 and V6 S ride on 18-inch and 19-inch alloys respectively, each with a cleverly incorporated twin central-exit exhaust. The V8 R has an even stronger appearance, with 20-inch alloys and quad exhausts at the rear. The four-wheel-drive models are distinguished by the larger power bulge on the bonnet and a set of new air vents. The Sport Design Pack adds to the styling of the F-Type, and comes as standard on the R and as an optional extra on the other models.
On in the interior, there’s plenty more to get excited about. Amongst the first features you’ll notice are the pop-out door handles on the inside, followed by the starter button which, when pressed, has the dual function of starting the car and elevating the air vents from the top of the dash. All versions come with a leather trim as standard, and there’s also a joystick-style gearlever and toggle switches to play with.
Following in the wake of rival Porsche, Jaguar has shifted many of the F-Type’s most desirable features onto its options list, meaning that luxuries such as a wind deflector or heated seats come at an additional cost.
Fitted as standard to all models, there’s in-built sat-nav, bluetooth, and an eight-inch touchscreen system that is a big improvement on Jaguar’s previous efforts.
The InControl Remote system allows the driver to keep an eye on fuel level, pre-heat or cool the car remotely, and lock and unlock the vehicle. Further InControl apps can be connected to a smartphone to allow you to access music, maps, contacts, and calendar functions.
The sound system, with six 180-Watt speakers as standard, can be upgraded to one of two Meridian systems developed specifically for the F-Type; a ten-speaker system at 380 Watts or a twelve-speaker system at 770 Watts.
As you might expect from a two-seater sports car, the boot space isn’t fantastic and style certainly takes precedence in this respect. With 196 litres available as standard, an optional spare wheel will use everything up.
However, both the driver and passenger should be very comfortable inside thanks to a set of adjustment options for the comfy seats and an easy-to-grip steering wheel for the driver. Even those well over six foot will find themselves with space to spare, thanks in part to being sat quite low down in the car. This does mean that it can be difficult to get a clear view of your surroundings at all times, so the rear parking sensors are truly essential. The optional reversing camera is also highly recommended.
For keeping the odd item safely stored, there’s a deep storage bin and a set of twin cup holders housed within the centre console, the quite narrow doors include good pockets, and there’s a well-proportioned glovebox.
For added practicality, there’s the soft-top that can be lowered or raised when travelling at up to 30 mph – a very useful feature for drivers in the UK.
In terms of tech, Jaguar did initially experience some issues with the F-Type’s electronics, but a number of software updates have since been issued and the problems have been worked out with time.
The car’s body is well-tested, as Jaguar has drawn on its considerable experience with aluminium chassis to create the F-Type. The engine in both the V6 and V8 includes a number of elements from other models, so drivers can rest assured their engine isn’t likely to come upon any issues.
Jaguar has put safety at the top of its list of priorities, with the two-person cabin fitted with a pair of fixed rollover hoops and said to be the sturdiest open-top car the company has made yet.
Standard across the range, there’s two-stage stability control to make sure even the least experienced drivers aren’t taken by surprise by the F-Type’s powerful rear-wheel-drive. Added to the V6 S for additional grip is a mechanical limited-slip differential (LSD), and the V8 S features an advanced electronic diff to take things up a further notch. The AWD cars with torque-on-demand four-wheel-drive deliver drivers the securest access to the power under the bonnet.
When you eventually tire of the fun of driving and need to come to a stop, you’ll have no problem with the V8’s brake discs – the largest that Jaguar has ever produced. Along with a number of luxury items, some active safety features such as the reversing camera and a blind-spot warning system are options only.
Jaguar F-Type leasing is a cost effective way of having the car of your dreams so lease a jaguar F-Type today from Vantage leasing & drive away today!
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