Downsizing means that you are generally left with a product that is lesser than its previous iteration, in terms of performance and the overall experience it delivers. The Jaguar F-Type has recently been victim to this phenomenon, where instead of a six- or eight-cylinder engine, the range starts with a 2.0-litre, four-cylinder turbocharged engine. But is that really a bad thing? Let’s find out.
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