Does the Jaguar XKE Convertible receive favorable reviews?


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The Jaguar XKE convertible is considered one of the most classic and desirable British sports cars by modern reviewers and was generally reviewed very well during its production run. Some reviewers found the V-12 versions of this vehicle lost some of its sports car character in comparison to six-cylinder models.

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The Jaguar XK-E convertible was also known as the Jaguar E-type and was produced from 1961 to 1975. It was the first production car to use a race car-style construction with a tubular frame chassis, leading to its widely praised style and driving ability. Models built from 1961 to 1970 used an inline-6 engine, while 1971 and later models were only available with a V-12 engine, except for a few very rare limited production promotional cars.

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