I've never quite understood why Jaguar, despite significant investments from each of its owners, has never improved quality. Bonehead decisions like a two piece plastic coolant pipe underneath the supercharger that separates, requiring a full engine out to repair. And no availability of replacement electronics after only a few years after production. Seems like Jags strategy is to design and manage their vehicles to a 5 year lifetime, factor in high warranty repair costs into the initial price, and once out of warranty then treat them as disposables relative to (no) support. I agree with @MATTMERICA that Jag most likely will not be around by 2025. And I am a 3 time Jag owner.
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