Engine:4.0L 3980CC l6 GAS DOHC Naturally Aspirated
For Sale By:Dealer
Warranty: Vehicle does NOT have an existing warranty
Trim: Base Convertible 2-Door
Options: Cassette Player, Leather Seats, CD Player, Convertible
Drive Type: RWD
Safety Features: Anti-Lock Brakes, Driver Airbag, Passenger Airbag
Power Options: Air Conditioning, Cruise Control, Power Locks, Power Windows, Power Seats
Sub Model: XJS Cabriolet
Exterior Color: Sapphire Metallic
Disability Equipped: No
Interior Color: Oatmeal Leather
Number of Cylinders: 6
As time goes on, good quality Jaguar XJS's are becoming more difficult to find. At Pedigree, we pride ourselves on only offering the finest quality affordable classics for sale. Most Jaguar XJS's we look at don't meet our standards. If they don't meet our standards, we don't expect them to meet the standards of our clients. That is why we are proud to offer this 1995 example.
This 4.0 liter 6 cylinder XJS is magnificent. Itís a two-owner motorcar that has always been in Florida. Originally sold in Miami, it has been in the Palm Beach area since 2001. Meticulously maintained, itís a beautiful driving example that is fast, smooth, and a reliable. From the gleaming Sapphire Metallic paint to the dark blue convertible top, this XJS makes a strong statement. Since it is a car that has 63,000 miles and is 19 years old, it does show wear from being used. However, there is no evidence of anything other that normal usage and maintenance.
In some of the pictures, its evident one of the center caps is missing. The cap has been ordered and will be on the car upon delivery.
Every function in the car works, as it should. From the AC blowing hard and cold, to the cruise control, everything is impressive. The previous owner installed a modern radio that sounds beautiful and incorporates an in dash CD and cassette player. Included with the car are two keys, original books, convertible boot, convertible boot leather case, clean Car Fax, and service records. Car Fax and Service records are available upon request.
If you have been looking for that affordable classic that you can drive and enjoy without stretching a budget, then this XJS needs consideration. As prices are going up, this is the time to buy one. We work by appointment only. Contact our office to arrange your showing is this beautiful Jaguar.
We show cars by appointment, please call Ken Baker at
561-866-1601 to arrange a showing. Inspections on any of our cars for sale and welcomed and encouraged.
We now have financing and leasing available. Contact us for details as everyoneís situation and goals are different. We have one goal, to make it possible for you to drive the collectable car you desire!
This is probably one of the finest examples of a 1995 Jaguar XJS to be found anywhere. Its ready for inspections and delivery. This car is offered as-is, in-person pre-purchase inspections at buyer's cost are encouraged.
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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.
Season Two of Jerry Seinfeld's Comedians in Cars Getting Coffee kicked this week in style. How much more style is there to be had than in a 1969 Jaguar XKE, after all? This time around, Seinfeld and Sarah Silverman spend some time driving around in the "slinky, sexy" Jag, talking comedy and then grabbing breakfast.
In addition to the kickoff of the show's second season, this episode also represents the start of a 24-episode sponsorship with Acura. The original deal promised short ads at the beginning and end of each episode, but this time around, Seinfeld "stumbles upon" a 2014 Acura RLX, which is obviously - and admittedly - the work of product integration. Scroll down to watch Seinfeld and Silverman exchange banter with the Jag's beauty as a happy backdrop.
Shotgun In Coventry's First Sports Car In Decades
For every car, there is a passionate group of fans who love it, and the F-Type already has a few million rabid followers. These are fabulous things, sports cars, and we're very happy that Jaguar is making one again. Finally. (Before you start relishing the prospect of correcting us, the XK is really a grand tourer, not a sports car.)
The main question, however, will be whether someone in a position to buy a lifestyle-enhancing yet impractical F-Type will do so in the face of more established competitors from Porsche, Aston Martin, Mercedes-Benz, Audi and BMW. The last time Jaguar built a true two-seater sports car (1974 E-Type; the last of the XJ220 limited run in 1994 doesn't count in this league), most of today's new buyers were too young or may not yet have been born. At any rate, the F-Type has a lot of work to do for the brand beyond just selling itself.