by vs on Oct 25, 2009 Vehicle: 1995 Jaguar XJ-Series XJ6 4dr Sedan
I bought this car in 1997 and car had 7500 miles. I was looking for sport car, but dealer was able to convince me to buy Jaguar. What a great choice. I still love this car even after 12 years of owning it. During this time I had 2 Mercedes and two BMW, all of which were driven by me and mostly by my wife and all of them were returned back to dealers at the end of lease. Jaguar still stays with me. At this point it's worth really nothing, but the way it drives, none of listed above could even get closer. The only non original parts on this car is rear shocks and battery. Of course filters and tires. My teenager is begging me to get another car and get him this one. He loves it too.
by Jean on Apr 9, 2009 Vehicle: 1995 Jaguar XJ-Series XJ6 4dr Sedan
Fantastic car! Extremely reliable! Parts, except electronic modules, available at reasonable price, a lot cheaper than Japanese car's counterpart. Engine is powerful and without any drawbacks. It is a sporty family car, but not a rally type. Classical British conception and design.
Horsepower is upped for naturally aspirated 4.0-liter engine, and inline-six and V12 engines. New sheet metal showcases a more traditional Jaguar; ironic considering the amount of input Ford had into the creation of this car. XJS V12 models get new wheels and a plethora of standard equipment such as heated seats and a multidisc CD changer.
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1995 Jaguar XJ-Series Discussions
From 1995 until 2002, my wife and myself owned FIVE XJ8 cars, and one XJ6. In March 2002 I bought her a pre-owned 2001 S, 3.0 from the dealership which was owned by the manager. It is in the rare one?...
1990 xj series speedos went to 160mph although i doubt they'll do that. maybe 140.they do have a tach that redlines at 5500rpm and goes to 7000rpm ..never seen a manual trans. jag. they do have abs b?...