Engine:4.0L 3980CC l6 GAS DOHC Naturally Aspirated
For Sale By:Private Seller
Exterior Color: White
Interior Color: Tan
Trim: Base Sedan 4-Door
Warranty: Vehicle does NOT have an existing warranty
Drive Type: RWD
Options: Sunroof, Cassette Player, Leather Seats, CD Player
Number of Cylinders: 6
Safety Features: Anti-Lock Brakes, Driver Airbag, Passenger Airbag
Power Options: Air Conditioning, Cruise Control, Power Locks, Power Windows, Power Seats
EVERY ONCE IN A WHILE!
EVERY ONCE IN A WHILE AN EXCEPTIONAL CAR COMES ALONG. THIS 1996 JAGUAR XJ6 IS THAT CAR. ONLY 4 OWNERS IN ITS LIFETIME, THE CURRENT ADULT OWNER HAVING OWNED HER FOR THE PAST 10 YEARS HAS DRIVEN THE JAG AN AVERAGE OF 4,000 MILES PER YEAR.
THE EXTERIOR OF THE CAR IS NEAR FLAWLESS, A FEW VERY, VERY MINOR DINGS AND ABRASIONS, BUT THE WHITE PAINT IS BRILLIANT AND SHINY,THE CHROME SHOWS LIKE NEW, THE INTERIOR IS EXCELLENT, THERE IS VERY SLIGHT WEAR ON THE DRIVERS SEAT BACK OUTER BOLSTER, OTHER THAN THAT EXCEPTIONAL. THE HEADLINER IS BEGINING TO SAG IN THE REAR PASSENGER AREA AS IS COMMON (ABOUT A $350.00 REPAIR FOR A NEW HEADLINER.)
THIS CAT SITS ON FACTORY XJR WHEELS, TRIPLE CHROMED TO ACCENT THE CHROME TRIM ON THE XJ6, NEAR NEW SPEED RATED RADIALS. THIS CAR IS READY TO DRIVE ANYWHERE YOU WISH.
MECHANICALLY THE JAGUAR LOOKS AS GOOD UNDER THE CAR AND UNDER THE HOOD AS SHE DOES EVERYWHERE ELSE. ALWAYS SERVICED, ALWAYS GARAGED THIS JAGUAR WAS A PLEASURE VEHICLE, IT WAS PAMPERED AND ENJOYED. ALL OF THE SYSTEMS PERFORM AS THEY SHOULD, ICE COLD AIR CONDITIONING, NICE FACTORY STEREO WITH 4 NEW SPEAKERS. RECENT SERVICE INCLUDES A NEW STEERING RACK, RESEAL OF THE OIL FILTER HOUSING, NEW THERMOSTAT AND COOLANT. NO LEAKS, AND NO ISSUES TO REPORT. THE 4.0L SIX CYLINDER ENGINE IS TOUTED AS ONE OF JAGUARS BEST EVER.
BID WITH CONFIDENCE, PLEASE FEEL FREE TO REQUEST ANY ADDITIONAL INFORMATION OR ADDITIONAL PHOTOS PRIOR TO THE END OF THE AUCTION. THE CAR IS BEING SOLD AS IS, NO WARRANTIES APPLY, IMPLIED OR EXPRESSED, NO ARIZONA STATE SALES TAX APPLIES AS THIS IS A PRIVATE SALE.
THIS IS TRULY A FIND, PRICED TO SELL, YOU ARE VIEWING A LUXURY EUROPEAN SEDAN THAT IS READY TO BE DRIVEN AND ENJOYED.
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In the market for an amped-up Jaguar? Look for the letter R, adorning such performance models as the XFR and XJR sedans, the XKR coupe and convertible and the new F-Type R. But if it's bonkers performance you're after, you'll want to add the letter S into the mix as well. Jaguar uses the letters to connote its most hard-core performance variants like the two-door XKR-S and four-door XFR-S. And now it's applied them to the XF wagon as well, skipping the R treatment and going straight for the new XFR-S Sportbrake.
Leaked just the other day and headed for the Geneva Motor Show, Jaguar has now revealed its new power wagon in full. The XFR-S Sportbrake packs Coventry's ubiquitous 5.0-liter supercharged V8 engine boasting 542 horsepower and 502 pound-feet of torque. That's the same version that powers the XKR-S and XFR-S sedan (not to mention the F-Type R and XJR), and drives the rear wheels through an eight-speed automatic to rocket the estate to 60 in 4.6 seconds and on to an electronically limited top speed of 186 miles per hour.
That may be pretty quick, but doesn't quite stack up to the Mercedes-Benz E63 AMG S-Model 4Matic Estate whose 5.5-liter twin-turbo V8 offers up 577 hp and 590 lb-ft for a 3.6-second 0-60 time, or to the Audi RS6 Avant whose 4.0-liter twin-turbo V8 churns out 552 hp and 516 lb-ft for a 3.9-second 0-62 sprint. Though the Jaguar is only a little behind in output, it's a good second slower where it's measured. Granted that the Benz and the Audi are both all-wheel-drive where the Jaguar powers the rear only, but if four-wheel traction is how you get the power to the road, we wonder why Jaguar wouldn't fall in line. Particularly when the Jag's starting price in the UK (don't expect to see it imported here) is quoted at £82,495 - several grand more than the £76,985 RS6 but just shy of the £85,880 Mercedes gets for the E63 S-Model wagon in the UK (where the less potent 'base' version is also available as the cheapest in the bunch at £75,885).
This is it. This is the nasty cat we've been hankering for most. Whereas the Jaguar F-Type convertible remains the company's purest expression of lifestyle fun and expendable income, it's this coupe version that originally stole our eyeballs and never gave them back when it debuted as the C-X16 Concept way back at the 2011 Frankfurt Motor Show. And now we've had an early turn at driving the most potent variant, the Jaguar F-Type R Coupe.
This F-Type Coupe design is so utterly visually stunning that, even if something dynamically or functionally was not really to our liking, we would still want to have the wherewithal to buy one and garage it, if only to stare at it - not unlike our reaction to the 2007-2009 Alfa Romeo 8C Competizione coupe, then. Whether such beauty needs to be in the form of this $99,000 mondo 542-horsepower R version or the more attainable six-cylinder trim is an open question.
In case you need reminding, that's 542 horses maxing out at 6,500 rpm, along with 502 pound-feet of torque on tap between 2,500 and 5,500 revs. There is no indicator yet as to whether Jaguar will eventually come out with an R version beyond the 488-hp V8 S for the convertible, either, so this may well be our only shot at such hair-brained antics in this small Jag. Small and not quite light, we should add - despite its all-aluminum goodness - the F Coupe rings in at 3,638 pounds. That sort of heft is one thing on the street, but it's quite another on a twisty roadcourse, and we aimed to figure out if the coupe's 80-percent greater stiffness versus the open F-Type (along with its higher attendant spring rates) were enough to make a big difference.
Paul Branstad loves the shape and purity of the Series 1 Jaguar E-Type, produced from 1961 to 1968, but appreciates the longer length of the Series 3 V12 model, which affords occupants a more comfortable space in which to enjoy long trips. So when Branstad brought his damaged left-hand-drive 1968 roadster from its home in the US to Classic Motor Cars in the UK for a restoration, he had a special request: restore his car, but make it a bit longer.
"This is something that we have never done before. Our client wanted the interior leg room of a Series 3 V12 E-Type but the aesthetics of a Series 1 car," says Nick Goldthorp, managing director of CMC.
For the restoration, CMC added 4.5 inches of length to the floor pan of Branstad's E-Type to create the extra legroom. Goldthorp relates, "The V12 was actually nine inches longer than a Series 1 but a lot of the additional room was behind the seats as storage and was not required on our project." That's because CMC also built a trailer out of two E-Type rear ends that attaches to a custom-made removable tow hitch.