A choice of V8s and a five-speed automatic transmission comprise a smooth and spirited drivetrain, making this Jaguar competitive with premium models from BMW, Lexus, and Mercedes-Benz. The ride is supremely comfortable. Accommodations are a bit tight for this class, however. For 2002, the extended-wheelbase L model has been dropped in favor of the new XJ8 Sport and the limited-edition XJR100.
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