2010 Jaguar XK Features

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Selecting an XK is a simpler process than choosing from, say, the hundreds of leather trim pieces you can order in a Porsche 911.

The basic XK coupe comes with power windows, locks, and mirrors; cruise control; leather upholstery; a navigation system; Bluetooth audio; 19-inch wheels; keyless entry and push-button start; a heated, tilt-and-telescope steering wheel; and a Bowers & Wilkins surround-sound audio system with Sirius Satellite Radio, a six-CD changer, and a USB port. The XK Convertible adds a quick-folding fabric top and power rear quarter windows. HD Radio is an option. The XKR stocks all those features standard, with the addition of optional 20-inch wheels and different wood or metallic trim.

The 2010 Jaguar XK and XKR leave few features behind; a touch-up on the touch-screen navigation system seems to be in order.

We love the idea of the XK's touch-screen controls, much more so than the genre of spinning knobs the Germans seem to prefer. However, the XK's screen can be fussy, slow to change screens or recognize a touch, and the maps leave out some rural streets. Where else are you going to get the empty stretches of road you need to exercise the XK's full potential?

More Opinions
Cars.com: "The interface is easy enough to learn, but the electronics need more processing power"
Car and Driver: "pretty much everything on the XKR option list is standard"

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