Well each to their own, I’ve always liked Clarkson and Co, especially James May. They are basically sending themselves up and are clever enough to make it funny. The archetypal Jaaag owner is spot on and Mrs S even refers to the FP as the Jaaaaahhg, as do my brothers, who like me appreciate the TG 3.chris wrote: ↑Thu Jun 21, 2018 3:08 pmYou either love or loath these three- personally loath them especially the big gob from Doncaster. I worked damned hard for my Jaaag and find people give you that little bit more respect when they see you pull up in one- well that's my perception what's everyone else's ?
I get a lot of ‘nice motor’ comments, but I wouldn’t say more respect when you pull up in one. In a Range Rover yes; not a blingy one mind, has to be ‘proper’, as in unwashed and with evidence of country sport participation like a BASC sticker.
Am I typical Jag owner? Well let’s see, mid 50s, senior position in a large and reputable consultancy, comfortably off, married to the same woman for a long time, lives in an affluent town in the South East, has a Jag in BRG with light coloured leather and wouldn’t contemplate 4 cylinders in a car with a leaper badge. But I don’t have a golf club blazer, I’m too honest to be a cad and this is my first Jag after 17 years of Land Rover products.
So I reckon not typical, no doubt others will think differently.......