Cort is being Cort again;
Let's start with the first thing you see: the looks.
It's absolutely stunning and the tortoise-shell pickguard suits its to a tee(image attached).
As for Tone, it has a plethora of tones that you'd expect any Jazz Bass to, and it can go from a classic jazz tone to a spunky slap-pop tone, the sky is the limit.
There's a great video on YouTube for the tones by todaysgear, here's a link: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zOBJZxvwMTM
The body is solid, and it appears to be a one-piece body from what I can tell. The knobs are smooth and easy to use, and have a marker to more easily tell how turned up your dials are. The neck has a variable thickness, and it's nice and super-thin at the first fret, and has a comfortable size at the neck that'll be suitable for most players, unless you have tiny hands. The lower cut at the neck is great for upper fret access for the bottom two strings.
The fingerboard is comfortable and smooth, no grating and such, and the tuning pegs are smooth and easy to use. The truss rod is also at a convenient location and is in the Music Man style, which is a huge plus. It also features a belly cut at the back, and a cut above the bridge pickup which makes it really comfortable to rest your arm on.
All this is of course without mentioning the great price.
As for the CONS,
The most noticeable one is the weight. This thing is heavy, like properly heavy. You'll need a nice, thick bass strap to aid with that, and it's heavy enough to feel it after a while. If weight is a deal breaker, don't buy this one, maybe go for the Ash body variant.
The other one is that the pickups individually sound pretty muddy; you'll absolutely have to blend the two in order to get a useable sound, but the sounds that you get are great, so this should only be an issue if you want a pure single pickup sound.