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2000 Jaguar Xjr. Won't Find A Better Example. Clean! Maintained! on 2040-cars

US $6,200.00
Year:2000 Mileage:156500 Color: Tan interior
Location:

Barrington, New Hampshire, United States

Barrington, New Hampshire, United States

2000 Jaguar XJR
155,xxx miles (will continue to rise. I drive about 500 miles/wk)
Daily driver
White exterior
Tan interior
Factory Alpine stereo system
Supercharged V8
23mpg on the highway, 18mpg in town
Get in and go.

The good:
Pretty much all of the typical X308 Jaguar problems have been taken care of.
NO RUST at all. Texas car until late 2012. 
Thermostat housing is updated metal, not plastic.
All controls within the vehicle operate correctly. Radio, fog lights, sunroof, a/c, heat, seat adjusts, heated seats, etc. Every button does what it should. 
Armrest cupholder works and is not broken.
Wipers and all lights operate as they should with no erratic function on both automatic and manual control.
Headliner is not drooping.
All wood is in great condition with the exception of the shifter knob, it has a crack. 
All fluids are in good condition. Does not leak or burn anything.
Comes with big stack of service records.
You won't find another XJR in this good of condition. I searched everywhere for this car, bought it in Ohio and drove it to NH. 

Needs primary timing chain tensioners replaced. Secondaries were replaced last week. Can still be driven as is. I wouldn't hesitate to hop in it and drive across country today. Tensioner replacement is about $400. It's a 3 hour job and the parts are less than $150. 

I have represented this car to the best of my knowledge. It is a daily driver right now. In person inspections are strongly suggested. Photos do not do the car justice. 

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Jaguar testing hardcore F-Type R-S GT?

Wed, 16 Apr 2014 14:30:00 EST

Some automakers make a hardcore model, then sit back and revel in its awesomeness. Jaguar does things a little differently. It takes a standard production model, gives it more power, bigger brakes and a tighter suspension and slaps the letter R on it. Then it gives it even more power, even bigger brakes and an even tighter suspension and calls it an R-S. Sometimes the engineers in Coventry don't even think that's enough, so they strip out some weight and dial things up even further and call it an R-S GT.
So far, they've only gone that far with the XK (transformed first into the XKR, then the XKR-S, and finally the XKR-S GT), but with that model on its way out, Jaguar seems to be preparing to give the newer F-Type a similar treatment. Now we can't be sure that what we're looking at is an F-Type R-S GT, especially since the 550-horsepower engine from the XKR-S and XFR-S is already powering the existing F-Type R Coupe, but it does seem to have all the makings of a hardcore performance model.
Compared to the existing F-Type, the development model pictured here has a bigger front splitter (like the one on the Project 7 concept), a big rear wing and a set of what looks like pretty big lightweight alloys. It's also, tellingly, a roadster, which (unlike the coupe) has until now topped out at 500hp with the V8 S model. So while it may be hard to say exactly just what Jaguar has in store for us here (or what they'll call it), one thing's for sure: it's gonna be fast and loud.

2014 Jaguar XFR-S Sportbrake

Tue, 17 Jun 2014 11:57:00 EST

We'd consider giving up vital organs for the opportunity to drive any number of vehicles on the Nürburgring: supercars, racecars, track cars, even hot hatches... but a station wagon? That might not seem like a top choice at first blush, but this is no ordinary wagon. This is the Jaguar XFR-S Sportbrake.
Now if that name leaves you scratching your head, there are several good reasons for that - not least of which is the unfortunate reality that, unlike so many performance-oriented crossovers and sport-utes, the Sportbrake is not offered in North America. But suppose it were, or that weren't a factor. You'd likely still be left wondering how the name Jaguar ended up on a station wagon in the first place, and how that machine wound up bearing the letters R-S, the suffix affixed only to Coventry's most hardcore performance models.
Our brief story goes back a little over two years to when Jaguar revealed the XF Sportbrake at the 2012 Geneva Motor Show, giving its mid-level sedan an elongated roof and added cargo capacity. The Sportbrake may not be the first wagon to wear the Leaping Cat badge, but following the lamentable X-Type Sportwagon, it could be argued that the XF is the first authentic Jag estate.

Jaguar gets to work on next-gen XF sedan

Mon, 22 Sep 2014 11:27:00 EST

With the XE now out in the open, Jaguar can begin to focus on what comes next. That means a new crossover, but also replacements for some of its aging current models - chief among them, the XF. Introduced back in 2007, Jaguar's mid-range sedan is growing a little long in the tooth. But from these latest spy shots, we can see that the British automaker is hard at work developing its successor.
Expected to be based on the same iQ A1 platform that underpins the new XE, the new XF promises to be lighter in weight and more advanced than the model it replaces. Look for most of the same engines to carry over, including gasoline and diesel options ranging from four cylinders to eight, with and without forced induction, with a potential plug-in hybrid version to follow. The current model is available in rear- and all-wheel-drive configurations and in sedan and wagon body styles, and we'd expect its replacement to follow suit.
The low-profile wheels and dual exhaust pipes on one of the prototypes spotted suggests it would lie somewhere near the top of the range, while the second prototype packs taller sidewalls and a trailer hitch. It's hard to discern much esle from the spy shots, heavily camouflaged as they are, but as with the technology underneath, we'd expect styling to takes some cues from the smaller XE as well. Jaguar will, of course, need to tread the line between distinctive and understated if it's going to fend off the Maserati Ghibli and take a bigger slice of the pie away from the likes of the Audi A6, BMW 5 Series and Mercedes-Benz E-Class, the Lexus GS and Infiniti Q70, the Cadillac CTS and the upcoming new Volvo S90.