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Mike Stevens | Feb, 03 2015 | 1 Comment

Jaguar has confirmed that its new manual-equipped F-Type models will hit Australia in July, kicking off with a $119,470 price tag.

Those row-your-own offerings won’t be the first updated F-Types off the boat, however, with a number of updated auto-equipped models due in April.

Among those updates will be the addition of all-wheel-drive, which will be offered with April-delivered versions of the Coupe and Convertible from $172,470.

Jaguar’s Switchable Active Sports Exhaust will also join the raft of updates due in April, while V6 S and R models have been upgraded to include a reversing camera and front parking sensors as standard kit.

V6 variants can now also be had with the Torque Vectoring By Braking system that was previously only available with R models.

Also joining the Australian range is the 404kW ‘R’ version of the Convertible range, previously headlined by the now retired 364kW ‘V8 S’.

The all-wheel-drive and six-speed manual models were revealed in November last year, joining the existing rear-wheel-drive and eight-speed Quickshift auto models that first hit the global stage as a roadster back in 2012.

MORE: Manual and AWD F-Type Models Revealed

Australian buyers first got their hands on the roadster in late 2013, before the coupe arrived in July last year.

News of the coming manual, all-wheel-drive and R Convertible models rounds out the F-Type range, expanding the local line-up from six to a full dozen.

Jaguar has worked a pricing shuffle into the bargain, however, with the convertible now kicking off at $143,170 - up from $138,645.

Likewise, the absence of the V8 S means that stepping into a V8-powered Convertible - the new R grade - attracts a $43,725 premium.

The Coupe model has not gone without an increase since its recent Australian launch either, with prices for the rear-wheel-drive auto models increasing by between $5040 and $7840.

For more details on the F-Type range, see our links below.

MORE: F-Type News & Reviews | Performance Cars


PRICING (excludes on-road costs)


F-Type Manual Coupe - $119,470 (new)
F-Type Automatic Coupe - $124,470 (+$5040)
F-Type S Manual Coupe - $151,770 (new)
F-Type S Automatic Coupe - $156,770 (+$5000)
F-Type S AWD Automatic Coupe - $172,470 (new)
F-Type R Automatic Coupe - $226,970 (+$7840)
F-Type R AWD Automatic Coupe - $242,670 (new)


F-Type Manual Convertible - $138,170 (new)
F-Type Automatic Convertible - $143,170 (+$4525)
F-Type S Automatic Convertible - $175,470 (+$4425)
F-Type R Automatic Convertible - $245,670 (new)
F-Type R AWD Automatic Convertible - $261,370 (new)

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