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  • 2008 Jaguar XJ-Series XJ8 in Silver
    90,925 miles
    Dealer:  (14)
    13.1 mi away
    Stock# PEU083273A
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    $10,878

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    Est. Loan: $222/mo
    Fair Deal!Fair Deal!

    Vandergriff Toyota - Arlington / Texas

    Located 13 miles away from Fort Worth, TX

    Recent Arrival! 2008 Jaguar XJ8 Alloy Wheels, Leather, 4D Sedan, 4.2L V8 SMPI DOHC, 6-Speed Automatic, RWD, Liquid Silver, Dove/Granite w/Soft-Grain Leather Seat Trim. Clean CARFAX. EMPLOYEE PRICING FOR EVERYONE !! HURRY !! Come visit our REDESIGNED State-of-the-Art Dealership. Our showroom, amenities, and service drive are open extended hours for your convenience. Not to mention a HUGE selection of New & Pre-Owned vehicles will make Vandergriff Toyota your premiere choice for Toyota dealerships in the Dallas/Fort Worth area. Stop by and see why we're where DFW SHOPS FOR USED CARS!! Customer Requested and Dealer Added Options are extra. As the leading Toyota dealer in Arlington, our name has become synonymous with honesty and integrity. We have grown into one of the largest Toyota dealers in the Dallas and Fort Worth area. We are proud to be integral members of the Dallas-Fort Worth community, where we serve the entire DFW Metroplex, including Carrollton, North Richland Hills, Irving, Mansfield, Frisco, Richardson, Plano, Grand Prairie, Grapevine and the entire North Texas area. Our outstanding staff of dedicated sales professionals is here to help you find the perfect new car for you and your family. Visit us today and see why our commitment to customer service, our large selection of new and used vehicles and our reliable service center have made Vandergriff Toyota one of Arlington's favorite Toyota dealerships! Customer Requested and Dealer Added Options are extra.

    Dealer Review:

    My family has been buying cars from Miles at Toyota and his team for years! They’ve always been so helpful, patient and friendly!! It’s always a great experience to purchase a car from them. David and Justin were who my husband and I primarily worked with and they were AWESOME!! Friendly people who genuinely care and want you to take your time, they understand car purchasing can be stressful and they 100% made our experience stress free!! Great people!!!

    Features and Specs:

    Description: Used 2008 Jaguar XJ-Series XJ8 with Tire Pressure Warning, Audio and cruise controls on steering wheel, Stability Control, Heated seats, Auto Climate Control.
    Engine: 8-cylinders
    Transmission: Automatic
    Drive Wheel Configuration: rear wheel drive
    19 Combined MPG (16 City/25 Highway)

    Listing Information:

    Certified Pre-Owned: No
    Listed since: 10-08-2018

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Rode the heck out of this car
Karen Cassidy,11/16/2015
I bought this car in 2007 (5 years old, 45k miles). I paid $18k used, less than my friend paid for her new VW beetle and i'm driving a gorgeous luxury car. The only visible flaws were cracked walnut paneling and I had the overhead cloth replaced. Then I have proceeded to drive the heck out of this car. I've commuted with it 500 miles/week for the last 7 years, hauled my scuba gear in the trunk (in a plastic bin), and many road trips with or without camping gear. One reason I bought the XJ8L is the big back seat; at that time anticipating large passengers. As I started doing Triathlons I discovered just taking off the front wheel I can fit my entire racing bike in the back seat easily, quickly, and with little impact to the vehicle. I've had two consistent problems- with coolant sensor light and fuel cap light- that after several fixes I have just decided to ignore. The only problem I ever had driving is when I took an 1500 mile RT drive to Key west; since the car was built for a tall british man (and I'm an average American girl) after 600 miles my back hurt cause I didn't fit right. It's now 13 years old and near retirement at 220k miles; since the right rear wheel bearing gave out, will likely replace vs. repair.
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