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When one hears the word Daimler one usually pictures full on luxury long distance travelling. I on the other hand have worked for a Jaguar dealer in the land downunder. Not selling but servicing them and I must say that, in the 4 years that I worked on them, the only main problem they had was with those damn computer modules. I don't know how they fair in the UK, but in Australia, they can't seem to handle the moist hot summer. Apart from that minor setback which I might add, Jaguar are always quick to rectify. I love them, the car that is. They are smooth, extremely quite, spacious and smell great. A word of advice to owners. To rectify any tyre wear problems you might be experiencing, have your wheel aligner set the toe-in at 2mm for around town and 4mm if you are going on a long trip and keep those pressures up around 34psi, oh and rotate your tyres at 4,000 mile intervals.