The MG TF II distinctly gives way to the Jaguar in the field of amount of horses under the hood having them by 162 hp less. Consequently the engine installed in the Jaguar produces relatively lots of power and good acceleration.
The width of the vehicle influences directly on passanger's inner room and driving stability. The Jaguar is 261 mm wider in comparison to the MG TF II Cabrio. It is often clearly perceptible by those sitting in front, who have more room for their elbows.
The winner of this comparison in the aspect of fuel tank size is Jaguar XK8 II Cabrio which is able to take by 44 % more fuel in relation to the MG TF II Cabrio 1.6 136HP.
The Jaguar has 368 mm longer wheelbase in relation to MG. Thanks to this the Jaguar XK8 II Cabrio 4.2 i V8 32V 298HP manual is more safe and has a better stability. What is more, longer wheelbase affects convenient and more comfortable traveling.
The Jaguar is 847 mm longer than the MG TF II Cabrio 1.6 136HP. Long cars more of passenger space and also provide more storage space. While the Jaguar occurs to be better choice for families or those who value convenient driving, the MG TF II Cabrio may appeal to the young as it will not make problems with parking and will be easier for turning in narrow streets.
The higher a vehicle is, the better is the comfort of boarding it and greater capacity of loading big amount of stuff to it. The difference that amounts to 6 % in favor of the Jaguar XK8 II Cabrio is insignificant and should not be really noticeable.