Does anyone know when they will have them at the dealership? I’m curious to see one before I buy another car.
I know it's not the same as seeing it in person, but check out this video from Jaguar on the 2021 refresh, if you haven't already. It talks about the exterior and interior updates. Better than still photos.Oh I hope so! There’s nothing out there showing dates or prices
My time frame is the same as yours.My five-year warranty runs out the second model year of this version. Perfect timing.
Howdy!I was planning to leave Jaguar at the 5 year point, but if Pivi Pro is stable, I might consider staying.
As long as they continue the 5 year warranty and maintenance.
I initially thought the display looked a bit like an iPad stuck on, but it’s growing on me. The size and position mean it will be a lot more functional and in-reach of the driver. To me, this is much better positioned than the stick-up screens a lot of manufacturers are putting at the top of the dash.I can't imagine why a number of manu keep on sticking an iPad to the dash.
Other car players are trying to play catch up with Tesla, the huge screen in Tesla is definitely nerd porn featureI initially thought the display looked a bit like an iPad stuck on, but it’s growing on me. The size and position mean it will be a lot more functional and in-reach of the driver. To me, this is much better positioned than the stick-up screens a lot of manufacturers are putting at the top of the dash.
I think dash integrated displays are difficult to achieve when you want to go bigger, especially in a smaller SUV. There’s only so much space to work with.
I agree and it will be out a year before we have to make a decision. One big negative for us is no more Diesel offerings. My wife makes many 300+ mile round trips to visit my daughter in another town and 35-40 MPG with smooth cruising in this type of vehicle is hard to turn down. It does look sharp though, but ultimately it will be my wife's decision, its her vehicle....In Control Touch Pro was a mess at rollout in 2017. It’s working well now, especially after the addition of Apple CarPlay. The remote app is still not 100% for me. But the dealer bricked a $3000 module during a software update before over the air updates began.
So, love the car, no other real problems.
Yes, driving, comfort, and style requirements have been met.
Reliability I have concerns about.
My concerns for the 2021 specifically center around the new entertainment system.
The 5 year maintenance included warranty with Jaguar is extremely important if I decide to stay with the brand.
I don’t want to own any brand of expensive vehicle out of warranty.