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The GTR is a fantastic car, and I'd never buy one....on the other hand, I'd buy the Jag all day every day....there's just something about the soul, the passion and the heritage that comes with the Jag name plate the Nissan will never have......

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The GTR is a fantastic car, and I'd never buy one....on the other hand, I'd buy the Jag all day every day....there's just something about the soul, the passion and the heritage that comes with the Jag name plate the Nissan will never have......

The GTR just looks like an 80's car, it's fugly. Performance: yes, visuals: no.

The new F-type is a thing of beauty on the other hand and quite impressive from near every point of view. I would have not considered a Jag prior to this.

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The GTR just looks like an 80's car, it's fugly. Performance: yes, visuals: no.

The new F-type is a thing of beauty on the other hand and quite impressive from near every point of view. I would have not considered a Jag prior to this.

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I've been enthralled with Jags every since I washed an E-Type when I was a kid at one of those street corner fund raiser car washes.....but bought my first one in 2005...an S-Type....and I loved it and still think its one of the prettiest cars around.....but the F-Type is beyond beautiful....its sublime....IMHO....

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The GTR just looks like an 80's car, it's fugly. Performance: yes, visuals: no.

The new F-type is a thing of beauty on the other hand and quite impressive from near every point of view. I would have not considered a Jag prior to this.

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True about the GTR but based on some reviews, it is very hard to spin out in a GTR. The electronics on the car are very forgiving of human error. The after market possibilities make it a bit more appealing to me.


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