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2003 Jaguar S-Type Consumer Discussions

S-Types from 2003 are much improved. The V-8 engine has more power, less emissions, and is smoother. It uses a ZF 6 speed automatic transmission....

I'm thinking to buy a 2003-2004 Jaguar s-type R...

The old one curved down near the rear as the S-type does, but this new one really is just a rectangle from the side. The X-type looks more muscular, with the arches over the rear wheels being more ...

I think the front end of the 2003 Jaguar RD-6 would look nice on the next aluminum S-Type....

Last year we got the S-type(2003) which has great ride manners and refinement in the Jaguar tradition. But the front seats, although bucket, are not comfortable. Otherwise, the car has been pure joy t...

Thinking about an XJR as a potential compromise, plus more practical with fourdoors and a real back seat. Then I started looking at the new S-Type R. Pretty impressive on paper....

Anyone have any ideas on what kind of deal I should be able to get for a new fully loaded S-Type 3.0? What kind of money factor should I be shooting for?...

Thank you SO MUCH for your message regarding the brake/sudden acceleration problem. This happened to me, too! I had leased a 2003 Jaguar S-Type for 39 months. Other than having the transmission repla...

I have a 2003 Jaguar S-Type and the check engine light has been on for a bit. The first time I had a problem it was the coolant reservoir. I had that replaced after ordering the item from Ebay and ha...

Even though this is old information it was quite helpful (thanks to Andy #26) to me with the similar failure on my 2005 Jaguar s-type. My controller part number ended in -AA. I do not know if it was...

We were driving in Arizona and our Jaquar 2003 S-type suddenly lost all power and eventually came to a stop in the desert. It was discovered the mechanic who installed the air filter used the wrong on...

If I buy a 2003 3.0 S-Type Select Edition with about 50K miles and drive it for 3 years and 40K miles before getting rid of it (to have some warranty coverage remaining for the next buyer and help pr...
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