2004 Jaguar Xjr Sedan 4-door 4.2l Supercharged With A Low Low 64,800 Miles on 2040-cars
Franklin, Kentucky, United States
2004 Jaguar XJR
Classic Black with a Tan Leather interior
Non smokers car
all original paint no accident car
Newer Michelin tires
Just serviced by the local Jaguar dealer
This is a ONE OWNER NEW CAR TRADE!
LOW LOW 64K miles
Original bill of sale
Tennessee and Florida kept
We are selling this vehicle as-is with no warranty expressed or applied
We are a registered Kentucky Car dealer
Please feel free to test drive or inspect this vehicle prior to bidding
We recommend E-Bays inspection service
The sale of this vehicle originates and this car is located at Main Street Motors of Franklin, 208 North Main Street Franklin Kentucky 42134
To set up a test drive, inspection or have any questions feel free to call 615-829-9491
Jaguar XJR for Sale
- 1999 jaguar xjr 4.0l supercharged, british green, 82k low miles, top of the line
- Florida clean-harmon kardon-fully serviced-books &keys-nicest xk8 on this planet(US $11,800.00)
- 2002 jaguar xjr clean carfax very clean inside and out dealer maintained
- 1995 jaguar xjr base sedan 4-door 4.0l(US $4,500.00)
- Silver 2004 jaguar xjr supercharged 4.2l v8 dove leather loaded with everything(US $14,500.00)
- 2000 jaguar xjr base sedan 4-door 4.0l(US $5,800.00)
Auto Services in Kentucky
Wathen`s Service Center ★★★★★
Tri-State Auto Outlet ★★★★★
Tire Discounters ★★★★★
Tim Frye`s Auto Repair ★★★★★
Taylor County Muffler Shop ★★★★★
South Broadway Collision Center ★★★★★
Wacky Jaguar crossover mule is a mind-blowing mashupTue, 03 Dec 2013
As Jaguar prepares to introduce its first-ever utility vehicle, our spy shooters have captured this jacked-up XF mule out testing. While a production Jaguar crossover will surely resemble something closer to the recent C-X17 Concept, we can't help but think that the automaker could sell at least a few of these lifted, four-wheel-drive sedans.
Other than proving that Jaguar is hard at work developing this new model using a cobbled-together body, there are some details we can put together about this luxury CUV. For one it's about the same length as an XF, while the ride height is obviously taller and the tire track wider. We're not sure what the rig on top of this mule is for, but the whole car has us reminiscing about the old sedan versions of the Subaru Outback and the AMC Eagle (with a luxury spin, of course).
Jaguar F-Type 'Design Study' headed to GoodwoodMon, 08 Jul 2013
With the Goodwood Festival of Speed taking place this weekend, Jaguar has announced it will be there with its new trio of R models as well as a design study version of the hot new F-Type sports car. While we've already seen the XFR-S last year at the LA Auto Show and the XJR and XKR-S GT at the New York Auto Show, the F-Type design study has our attention.
Based on our recent sighting of a fixed-roof F-Type being tested in full camouflage, this could mean that we'll finally get to see a sexy F-Type Coupe in near-production form. Of course, with all of the other R branded models on display, Jaguar could also unveil a sporty new R - or maybe even an RS - F-Type roadster. Whatever is planned, it will not be a static display - Jaguar says the design study car will be in action, making the fabled run up Goodwood Hill with chief engineer Mike Cross at the wheel. Scroll down for more information about what Jaguar has planned for Goodwood.
Jaguar readying a pop-top F-Type Coupe? [w/poll]Mon, 17 Feb 2014
Typically convertibles are spun off of coupes, but sometimes it goes the other way. Like the Porsche Cayman that was based on the Boxster, the Lotus Exige spun off of the Elise, and the Jaguar F-Type, which arrived as a roadster before the coupe debuted. But if the latest reports are to be believed, Jaguar could be planning something in between.
According to Auto Express (which has, mind you, been known to stretch the rumors out some), Jaguar is toying with the idea of offering a partial convertible version of the F-Type - something Porsche would call a Targa (and which we would too if Stuttgart weren't so litigiously protective of the name). The additional roof configuration would give the F-Type three body-styles, giving its customers more choices.
It wouldn't be the only sports car to offer three roof options: There's the Porsche 911, of course. Ferrari once offered GTB, GTS and Spider versions of the 348 and 355. The Chevy Corvette has been offered in all three forms, as was the Pontiac Solstice many moons ago. But that kind of variety in roof configurations has become scarce. Jaguar's decision reportedly depends on whether it can make the business case or not. Do you think there'd be enough demand for a lift-roof F-Type?