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1993 Jaguar XJ-Series

Jaguar XJ-Series Features and Specs

Features & Specs

  • Engine 4.0 L Inline 6-cylinder
  • Drivetrain Rear Wheel Drive
  • Transmission 4-speed Automatic
  • Horse Power 223 hp @ 4750 rpm
  • Fuel Economy 15/22 mpg
  • Bluetooth No
  • Navigation No
  • Heated Seats No

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  • What's New for 1993

    The XJ6 loses the Sovereign model. Comfy power seats, integrated foglights and new wheels mark the changes for Britain's most popular luxury sedan. On the XJS, the V12 engine is dropped in favor of a 4.0-liter inline-six. Mercifully, a four-speed automatic transmission replaces the previous three-speed. A traction control system starts the car in second gear to limit wheelspin on slippery surfaces.

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A great nightmare

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Vehicle: 1993 Jaguar XJ-Series XJ6 4dr Sedan

I have owned this car for 2 and a half years, in the winter it has bad acceleration and the accelerator would stick, but it handled very well on ice and snow covered roads. In the summer its a blast, the acceleration is smooth and fast, and having the windows down is enjoyable. But there's many problems, got it at 86,000 and now it has 106,000 miles. Replaced fuel pump twice, has had many times the car wouldnt start due to the battery or random reasons that fixed themselves. Also. the rear end is going on me just a bad experience




Reliable, and built like a

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Vehicle: 1993 Jaguar XJ-Series XJ6 4dr Sedan

If you're looking for a safe, quality, comfortable vehicle this is it. Overall mine has been quite reliable with only a few wiring problems covered by warranty. The drive on it is amazing and very smooth. I was rear ended going on a highway, two other cars were smashed to pancakes mine had a bent bumper. The car is solid and it overall a good vehicle.



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Love it... caution for electronic

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Vehicle: 1993 Jaguar XJ-Series XJ6 4dr Sedan

I love it, like my wife! However, both give me problems at times. As is known, this Series 40 is better than the previous Series III (which is better looking) but still has issues, especially later in life. Mine have included flaky security system and locks, which act up in wet weather. Particularly troubling is failure of right turn signals, which required replacement of the computer $500 used, plus labor) and not the other side isn't working.The soft leather wears in the front seats, particularly at the edge where the seat belt rubs the seat. Acceleration and handling can't be beat in a car anything like this size. It's still a good value to spend some money maintaining this classic.




Its a jaguar; that says

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Vehicle: 1993 Jaguar XJ-Series XJ6 4dr Sedan

I've restored a classic 50's car, owned a couple of 60's muscle cars, owned a couple later model performance cars, plus several Japanese cars, but this Jaguar was the most fun to own and drive and it by far attracted the most attention. The repair costs are slightly higher because I always used Jaguar authorized technicians, but it was well worth it. It is a little expensive to insure if you have teenagers on your policy. Unbelieveable mid-range torque and acceleration. This used to be my everyday car, but I bought an SUV and this is now my "pleasure vehicle" as the insurance company calls it, and that actually is a good adjective for this car.




Proven over the years

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Vehicle: 1993 Jaguar XJ-Series XJ6 4dr Sedan

I was skeptical when I purchased this car as a Select Edition, but it has been reliable, fun, and absolutely beautiful to this day.




Awsome car

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Vehicle: 1993 Jaguar XJ-Series XJ6 4dr Sedan

This is the best car i've ever purchased. I've had it for nearly ten years and never had any major problems with it. Jaguar dealership always very helpful with everything. I highly recommend this vehicle, or any Jaguar to anyone who is looking for a reliable car.



Full 1993 Jaguar XJ-Series Review

What's New for 1993

The XJ6 loses the Sovereign model. Comfy power seats, integrated foglights and new wheels mark the changes for Britain's most popular luxury sedan. On the XJS, the V12 engine is dropped in favor of a 4.0-liter inline-six. Mercifully, a four-speed automatic transmission replaces the previous three-speed. A traction control system starts the car in second gear to limit wheelspin on slippery surfaces.

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Gas Mileage

EPA-Rated MPG

  • 15
  • cty
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  • 22
  • highway
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