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Miles per pound (mpp) Miles per pound (mpp)

Petrol engines 4.3 - 5.3 mpp
Low figures relate to the least economical version; high to the most economical. Based on WLTP combined fuel economy for versions of this car made since September 2017 only, and typical current fuel or electricity costs.
  • Mid-20s for most of the F-Type models 
  • Manual gearboxes harm economy 
  • Driving quickly will see the figures drop

It’s a sports car so this really shouldn’t be upper most in your mind but Jaguar F-Type running costs are surprisingly good.

The 2.0-litre four-cylinder is, unsurprisingly, the most economical, claiming 30.4-31.2mpg. Move up to the 340hp V6 and you can expect 25.1mpg from the rear-wheel drive manual, while the automatic returns up to 27.9mpg. 

Next up, the 380hp V6 with rear-wheel drive and manual gearbox should do 24.6mpg, while the automatic version is slightly better at 26.2mpg. Add all-wheel drive into the mix and it falls again slightly to 25.4mpg. 

Surprisingly, the V8s claim around 25mpg each, but this is unlikely in the real world if you spend a lot of the time driving it to enjoy that sound. It'll easily tumble into the teens if you do this.

As with the fuel economy figures, it's the 2.0-litre petrol that returns the most impressive CO2 emissions figures at 179g/km. 

The V6s fall anywhere between 223 and 242g/km, while the V8s aren't far behind at all at 249g/km for both the 550hp and 575hp versions.

Jaguar usually scores extremely well for customer satisfaction surveys.

Also the company has a strong reputation for building aluminium cars plus many of the parts used on the car have come from other models in the Jaguar range.

Ongoing running costs

Road tax (12 months) £300 - £570
See tax rates for all versions
Insurance group 44 - 50
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