Keeping the Comfort and Performance of the Jaguar XFR
With all the stiff competition in the sports car department, the Jaguar XFR has managed to make its mark. With the intention of true to the old Jaguar tagline: "Grace, space and pace,"the Jaguar XFR offers spacious comfort with an uncompromising driving performance. At first glance, the XFR presents itself as a hefty super saloon. As you open the doors, you will find well-appointed interiors with ample head and leg space. But then, the real test begins when you drive the car; see how the XFR delivers. It sure aims to impress, so here are some ways on how to keep your driving experience with the Jaguar XFR full of comfort and road superiority.
Keeping the cabin consistently pristine and smart-looking does not need to be such a tough task. The more regularly it is done, the easier it will be to do. There will be no stubborn dust or stuck grimes that you need to think about getting rid of. Plus, the seats, mats, and fabrics will always be well-maintained. Vacuum the upholstery at least once a month and use an air freshener spray to keep it smelling as good as new all the time. Have a cleaning arsenal ready. This would include a vacuum cleaner, Lysol, cotton tips, microfiber cloths, and detailing brushes. Do not forget to always brush and wipe off dust from the dashboard, gauges, and air vents. Keep a trash bag in handy and avoid eating and drinking, especially smoking, inside the vehicle.
Always mind your fluids. Consistently check the levels as well as the quality of the vehicles' vital fluids. The fuel is the one that would need to be most constantly inspected and replaced. Take note that the fuel is clear and dark amber in color, with a distinct and recognizable aroma. Any peculiarities such as foaming or bits of chrome in rubber present may be signs that something is wrong with fuel system. Make sure that you flush the fuel out once a year in order to ensure its good quality. Also, watch out for signs of leaking. Another important fluid is the coolant. The coolant fluid also needs to properly maintained and topped out from time to time. Check the radiator for any corrosion as this may lead to the coolant fluid leaking when it's not supposed to. The power steering fluid, transmission fluid, and the brake fluid are the other vital fluids you need to pay attention to. Remember that insufficient levels and bad fluid quality may contribute to damage of important engine parts.
- Follow regular tune-up schedule.
Following regular tune-up schedule is a good habit that responsible vehicle-owners should have. It's the equivalent of taking yourself to the doctor for an annual health check up. The tune-up should be used as a calendar marker to perform the called-for maintenance tasks such as fuel change, tire rotation and tire replacements. It should also be the time when every nook and cranny should be inspected. This serves as preventive measure to avoid damage in the future or immediate repair for any parts that might need some attention.