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Jaguar Xj Excellent, Well Cared For on 2040-cars

US $12,500.00
Year:2006 Mileage:125000 Color: is door ding free and the interior is excellent other than slight wear on the drivers seat and floor mat
Location:

Clarklake, Michigan, United States

Clarklake, Michigan, United States

You are looking at a beautiful Jaguar XJ sedan.  I've owned this car for 6+ years---bought it off lease from Jaguar of Novi.  This car is in excellent  condition.  I get compliments regularly.  The dealer would also tell you I'm considered one of the best, most discriminating owners they deal with and the car shows it.  I used the car 99% of the time for a 70 mile commute to my office via highway.  As I now work from home, I drive the car very little, thus I'm selling.  I've owned 5 Jaguars and have had a great experience with them.  This car needs nothing.  About 20,000 miles ago, I had all fluids, belts, hoses, thermostat, spark plugs and tune up done.  Oil was always done on time by Jaguar of Novi and using synthetic oil.  This car runs and drives as it did when I bought it with 30,000 miles on it in 2008.  There is under 125,000 highway miles on this car. There are no door dings and the paint shows beautifully on the aluminum body which will never rust.  Slight wear on the driver seat, but other than that the interior is excellent.  If you are the successful bidder, you can speak to the dealer's service agent who will tell you this is a wonderful car with a great, normal wear items only, service record.  I also would get 30+ MPG on the highway.  The front brakes and alignment were done not too long ago.  The rear brakes will need service in the next few thousand miles.  I am reflecting the purchase price to include $400 towards this service at Jaguar of Novi.  I want the new owner to be told personally---if they choose---how highly the dealer regards this car and condition.  Tires probably have 10K miles on them and are in good condition.  This Jag was not driven in the winter.

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Thu, 27 Mar 2014 13:30:00 EST

Back in January, we reported on a new British coachbuilder called David Brown Automotive. In February, the startup released the first details and images of its inaugural project, and now it has revealed the finished product.
It's called Speedback, and it's based on the Jaguar XKR. But while it's built on a modern chassis (relatively, anyway - the XK arrived in 2006 and is soon to be discontinued), it's been rebodied to look like a classic British GT. That means that, while it may look like a classic Aston Martin, it's got a thoroughly modern 5.0-liter supercharged V8 under the hood with over 500 horsepower on tap.
Otherwise, little in the way of details have been disclosed - including what you can bet will be an astronomic price that tends to come with these sorts of coachbuilt customs. But the important parts are what you can see, and that means the finest British craftsmanship inside and out. Whether you like the particular style or not, of course, is entirely a matter of taste.

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Both of these cars are the pinnacles of their lines, with the Jag lording over the XKR-S, XKR and XK while the Aston rules over the standard V8 Vantage S and V8 Vantage. Motor Trend has opted to pit the two rivals together for some thorough testing, and it just happened to bring along a few video cameras to capture all the action.
There's nearly 19 minutes of super hot sports car action below, so scroll down and enjoy.

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