Off topic but - how was the Jag?
It was a 2.5T 250hp AWD F-Pace with Navi+Hotspot+Apple car play. Pretty much the base model Jag with the three info-tainment upgrades. It felt about the same size as the 19 RDX on the inside with the jag having a larger hatch area and larger dimensions overall.
- never felt under-powered with the lowest hp engine
- 8AT always in the right gear for max power when needed
- combined mpgs never below 25 mph and 27-28 mph on straight hwy runs at 70-75 mph (San Jose, Santa Cruz, Monterrey, Fresno, Sequoia National Park)
- comfy seats (got a little hot at times because they are not perforated)
- Pano sunroof was really nice (especially at Sequoia National Park)
- very good back up camera
- apple car play along with touch screen is the way to go instead of using the knob with Acura
- lots of driver leg room, more than my MDX (6'3" size 14 shoe)
- way better 3D navi system with hotspot, use it like you would a smartphone
- spare tire in hatch
- sporty ride, can take the curves with minimal body role
- excellent brakes
- fun to drive
- almost zero luxury touches like memory seats, folding side mirrors, heated/cooled seats, only lane departure warning (no BSI, ACC, CMBS)
- lots of hard plastics and econo-car look to the materials and style
- projector halogen headlights, I couldn't tell they were on sometimes
- no seat belt height adjust on pillar
- tight cockpit like front seats with high center console
- extremely small arm rest storage, barely fit my iphone 6s plus with cable for apply carplay
- very sporty ride and will get bouncy on bumps and uneven surfaces
- the Acura push button gear knobs is a better design compared to the Jag knob gear changer you have to twist (knob blocked my view of N, D, S when up)
Looked up the Jag and it was around $48,000 for this model+upgrades. I rather have the 19 RDX Adv sh-awd for the money.