Re: Totally unremarkable
> I have had Mercedes and I've had Jags, and I think Jags are just, well, nicer places to be.
Proper Jags or post-Tata Jags?
If it's the former, I cannot comment as I've never driven one. If it's the latter, I have driven those and, well, ... meh, especially as regards the ergonomics which are closer to what you will find in a Ford or, God forbid, a Renault, than to anything actually usable.
Also, the point of being in a Jag, or say a Rolls-Royce, used to be that they were pointlessly expensive, luxury affairs. Bit like wearing a Rolex--if you started selling Rolex-branded watches for £100 apiece, you may make some sales at first within a certain demographic, but soon people will realise that you have devalued the brand and will move off to something else.
Myself, I have owned VW, Mercedes, and Audi, and I drive BMWs 5-series extensively. In terms of technology and performance, the car under review compares to a VW more than anything else I have experience with. Which is not to say there is something wrong with it, just saying that if you want better value you have to look elsewhere, and if you want status, you have to look elsewhere too.
> By the way, it's 'Maserati'.
Indeed, thank you.