I bought this car last summer (2011) on a whim.
It had 140K miles but only cost 5K.
WOW! FUN to drive.
Even with 140K miles is still tight, dependable, runs great & drives oh so smooth.
I am looking forward to upgrading to a 2008 or 2009 in the next year.
I purchased my '03 Vanden Plas late
last year and it's been wonderful. I
was lucky to get it because my dealer
informed me that production of the
Vanden Plas has stopped for a while.
I was sad to hear it because I think
that the only car that can out shine
the beauty of a Vanden Plas is maybe a
Rolls Royce. What I couldn't believe
is that these Jags are still hand
assembled in England (woodwork and
all.) I can't tell you how many
comments I've received on my car.
It's been wonderful. Classic British
luxury at it's best.
Amazing vehicle. I have owned A Mercedes S600, a Lexus LS400, a BMW 750il,and a Bently Arnage. None of these cars even comes close to the Jag. I love the engine, it is smoother and more powerful than the V-12s of Mercedes and BMW. I rip apart every mustang and corvette that stops by me at a light. The transmission is amazing. It always shifts very smooth and right on time. I love the beautiful interior, it is much more luxurious than those of its competitors and even my Bently. It's also better looking than them too. You simply can't get any better than a Jaguar Super V8.
This is the 7th jaguar I have owned, all have been great cars. This one the XJ8 seems to be the best to date, all round flexibility in comfort in town and highway. I do not think anyone could overdrive this car, it sticks like glue and goes where you point it. it never fails to get comments on its looks, It truly is in a class of its own.
I paid $41k for a 2003 XJR in 3/2004
and figured it was a great price to
sample a car I have always liked from
afar. At $41k I'm super, super
pleased but don't know if I would have
been so pleased if I had to pay close
to the sticker price.
The car looks great and drives great.
But you get more bells and whistles
with the Japanese and German luxury
cars, so if that's important, I might
However, there's no beating the Jaguar
styling inside and out. This car has
big-time personality -- all that wood
and leather and its feline exterior
make for a scrumptious package.