2007 Jaguar XKR Convertible Road Test
There are many ways to spend $127,000+. Depending on one's "needs assessment," the sleek, virile Jag XKR may well be the preferred method. The Jaguar's XK8 series emerged in the 1997 model year as a replacement for the XJS line, Jaguar's "grand tourer" as they say in Europe. The XJS enjoyed a 21-year lifespan, and was the replacement for Jaguar's legendary E-Type coupes and convertibles.