What should I be paying?
The new 2.0-litre version means F-Types might now appear on some company car lists, or suddenly become justifiable via a tantalising lease deal. Plus it offers nearly 40mpg (officially, anyway).
While the engine isn’t particularly charismatic, the rest of the car is more than good enough to make up for it. A Porsche 718 Cayman is sharper, but the F is just a bundle of fun. Just watch its width; the engine may have downsized, but the near-2m wide F-Type hasn’t.
But buy the most powerful you can afford: the more you spend on an F-Type, the more fun you’ll have. Funny that.
The Coupe is probably a better ownership proposition than the Convertible, especially if you’re having this as your only car. No longer do you have to strategically pack for a trip away – even just an overnighter. There’s much more useable boot space here, and come on, how often would you have the roof down anyway?