Our twin brother separated at birth and raised by a pack of ravenous gearheads, Jalopnik, posted a review of the 2006 Jaguar XJ Super V8. MSRP $91,330

What they liked: The engine puts out 400hp, which is a lot considering the car is completely aluminum and quite light for a large sedan at 4,001 pounds. Overall, the car performs well and rides comfortably - like a first class airliner.

What they didn't like: The car lacks simple luxuries like bi-xenon headlamps (we don't mind because those things freakin' blind us). And the entire design feels a dated, complete with a nav system from 1999.

Advertisement

Gizmodo thoughts: Bluetooth phone support is a step in the right direction and the front seats have screens in the back of their headrests. But to change a DVD, the player is in the trunk. In a boat like a Jag engineers can't fit a player in the rear console? None of this tech is that expensive anymore - so in a $90,000 car the layout should be perfect.

Favorite excerpt: "One reviewer's sister enjoyed the back seat so much she called it the best car ever. Her brother doesn't quite agree." Anyone else read strange, incestuous innuendo here?

Sponsored

Jalopnik Review 1
Jalopnik Review 2