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Made for Sin City Desert Runs - 2015 Jaguar F-Type R Coupe Long-Term Road Test

Edmunds.comEdmunds.com Posts: 10,059
edited July 2015 in Jaguar
imageMade for Sin City Desert Runs - 2015 Jaguar F-Type R Coupe Long-Term Road Test

I don't always go to Vegas. But when I do, I like to drive the 2015 Jaguar F-Type R Coupe.

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  • misterfusionmisterfusion Posts: 471
    Ah, you live in the valley, which explains why you don't mind Vegas in the summer -- it's probably cooler in Vegas. :P
  • How does the Jag's A/C work in the desert heat? It's the everyday things like that blogs need to cover. HVAC, lights, NVH, wipers etc are things that you don''t always pick up on a 20 minute test drive. Therefore, long term blogs such as this are very valuable.
  • mattjonesmattjones Posts: 6
    edited July 2015

    How does the Jag's A/C work in the desert heat? It's the everyday things like that blogs need to cover. HVAC, lights, NVH, wipers etc are things that you don''t always pick up on a 20 minute test drive. Therefore, long term blogs such as this are very valuable.

    Allthingshonda - Great questions. During the trip over, it was as hot as 110 degrees - according to the Jaguars temperature gauge. A/C worked like a champ. No problems, hiccups, or warm spells. Keeping the cabin an even 70 degrees was no problem.

    It's worth noting the median high over the three days we were in town was a toasty 104.

    For a few miles of the drive, I was caught in a summer rain storm. The wipers did their job admirably.

    And as far as NVH, I'd say yes.

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