Sadly Ozzy, you have hit the nail on the head, it is a sad state of affairs from Jaguar.Ozzypaceman wrote: ↑Tue Aug 01, 2017 3:03 am
Martyn T - you've done the right thing. JLR don't appear to have made any progress in almost 12 months on sorting this issue out,customers will continue to reject cars and buyers that have fault-free vehicles are seeing their resale values slump - not good even if you're happy with the car!
That said, they know how to sell cars, as barely a journey goes past without seeing two or three of them now, I do still look out for them, so if lead times have come down and numbers on the streets have come up, residuals naturally slide even without poor customer service or poor build quality. Most £60k cars depreciate badly, the FP just held it for a while.
That said RRS's hold a lot of their money in the first three years.