hardly worth mentioning
Crashes / Fires:
0 / 0
Injuries / Deaths:
0 / 0
Average Mileage:
55,920 miles

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problem #7

Jun 192018


  • miles
My 2009 Jaguar has been in the shop for almost 1 year, I was told that it was the wire harness, however the wire harness was replaced under my extended warranty and the problem still exist. I purchased the 2009 Jaguar at car max in 2012, after about 3 months it was in for oil change and antifreeze was smelt, they put me in a rental and my car was returned after about 1 week. This was a third vehicle for my household so it was basically garage kept, after about 1 year( with following normal oil changes, my ABS/ebs and other lights started coming on, it was taken to car max where the put me in a loaner car and kept my car for about 2-3 months, stating wire harness...fast forward, the same lights came on again and again it went to the same mechanical shop on June 19,2018 and its still in the shop now! please hlep

- Sauk Village, IL, USA

problem #6

Oct 252018


  • 139,000 miles
Takata recall the transmission slips out of gear all the time. Now my shiftier is stuck in gear.the car will be still and it gets stuck. I've had this car for almost five years and towards the end it has given me hell. Transmission always failing while driving no matter on highway or street. There's also a lag when driving above 50mph.

- Cheltenham, PA, USA

problem #5

Mar 012018


  • miles
Car skips during acceleration. Also, dashboard buckles

- Stone Mountain, GA, USA

problem #4

Dec 252016


  • 65,400 miles
1 - lower steering column had to be replaced 2 - catastrophic loss of engine coolant; two different pipes failed at same time causing immediate loss of coolant while vehicle is being driven down the highway; received low coolant level alert, pulled over, refilled coolant level, watched coolant level drain out.

- Bakersfield, CA, USA

problem #3

Oct 052016


  • 104,000 miles
The most recent incident occurred as I was pulling out of my garage. I turned the car on, rotated the shifter to "D" (I had backed into the garage), and as I depressed the accelerator the speed increased to a higher speed then the pressure I was using to accelerate. I depressed the brake as hard as I could to slow the car down and was able to turn the car off in the process by pressing the "start" button. When I restarted the car the car drove normally. This happened once before as I was slowly pulling in to my garage. The accelerator engaged but I was able to avoid driving through my house.

- Raleigh, NC, USA

problem #2

Sep 042016


  • 40 miles
This happened for the first time on 09/04/2016. I was going in highway at 70mph the car suddenly stopped for 0.5 second and turned on by itself. All the electrical system restarted at that time. I did not take it seriously at that time and it started to come again and this time it is in the local road where I was going at 30 mph. This time the car stopped and the steering is struck. I changed the car to park mode and started the car again. The same thing happened several times after that and the car started automatically. I have a new battery on the car and the key fob has new battery and the car started straightway. I don't see any other problems other than this. I took the take to a mechanic and they could not diagnose the issue and asked to take it to the Jaguar dealer. I have an appointment with the dealer tomorrow. Yesterday it happened again the highway and this time the car stopped. I managed to pull the car to the side lane and started the car again. This is very dangerous condition. Hence I'm reporting this.

- Commerce Township, MI, USA

problem #1

Aug 192016


  • 83,000 miles
I was notified by my dad that picked up my car from the yard that he heard rattling when he saw my vehicle. Before I shipped my car it wasn't making any rattling noises. I'm not sure what's going on because I wasn't there to see anything but he end up towing the car because he didn't want to drive the car running with a rattling sound. It was stationary but already running when he first approached it and noticed the rattling. How can this case be resolve?

- Evans Mills, NY, USA