Broadening appeal, Jaguar offers four trim-levels of their attractive XJ6 sedan. Analog gauges replace the digital dash that looked so out of place on last year's Jaguar. Engine power has been boosted and a new four-speed automatic transmission delivers the power to the wheels.
Read what other owners think about the Used 1990 Jaguar XJ-Series.
Mine's a 1990 XJ12 Vanden Plas - Not listed here but....
XJ6 Vanden Majestic 4dr Sedan
I have an XJ12 Vanden Plas 4 dr 12 cyl that is hard to find reviews for so I thought I'd post mine in it's little brother's area.
This Car is AMAZING. Not only is it of superb comfort and style but the darn thing is bulletproof.
It cruises along at 60 - 70 mph without effort and feels more like you're in first class seating on an aircraft.
Everything is situated perfectly for comfort and access.
4.25 out of 5 stars
I'm Too Sexy ...
XJ6 4dr Sedan
2nd owner; bought w/60k miles; orig
owner had suspension converted; was in
immaculate condition! It now has 130k
miles but starting to blow oil smoke.
Also, I can't seem to keep (1) tires in
camber and (2) A/C charged with freon.
Have spent about $2k in repair work in
last 6 years.
4.75 out of 5 stars
Great luxomobile, still turns heads
XJ6 Sovereign 4dr Sedan
large enough, still quiet and powerfull,
reasonable economy BUT needs premium
fuel. The steering died and needed BOTH
pump and rack, replaced at 120 K miles for
about $900 with rebuilt parts. Everything
else still works, no other reliability problems.
It drives nice and turns heads, elegant car
and rarer thna your average neibour's Benz
4.25 out of 5 stars
XJS 2dr Coupe
I paid $3K for this car via a friend in the Jaguar business. It was a single owner car with 35K miles. The gel coat was bad, plus I immediately spent another $3K on brakes (a full rear end job is very expensive on any XJS model prior to 95), and it's been worth every penny. I'm about to splash out on a paint job, because I love the old fashioned style of the car, and this one has chrome wire wheels as well. I may have had about 10 Jags, including 3 XJSs, 3 XJ12s, and an XJR (8) and my wife has a 2005 S-Type with all the "bells and whistles", and I think I am enjoying this as much as any, even the XJR. Don't let the low initial cost fool you though. It's not a cheap car to own.
The Used 1990 Jaguar XJ-Series is offered in the following submodels: XJ-Series Sedan, XJ-Series Coupe, XJ-Series Convertible. Available styles include XJ6 Sovereign 4dr Sedan, XJ6 4dr Sedan, XJS Rouge 2dr Coupe, XJ6 Vanden Plas 4dr Sedan, XJ6 Vanden Majestic 4dr Sedan, XJS 2dr Coupe, and XJS 2dr Convertible.
Pre-owned Jaguar XJ-Series models are available with a 4.0 L-liter gas engine or a 5.3 L-liter gas engine, with output up to 262 hp, depending on engine type.
The Used 1990 Jaguar XJ-Series comes with rear wheel drive.
Available transmissions include: 4-speed automatic, 3-speed automatic.
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