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  • 1997 Jaguar XJ-Series XJ6L
    137,956 miles
    Dealer:  (0)
    15.4 mi away
    Stock# 6959


    Est. Loan: $81/mo

    Crestwood Auto Sales - Crestwood / Kentucky

    Located 15 miles away from Louisville, KY

    1997 Jaguar XJ6L 4.0L V6! Low miles only 137k! Heated leather seats with memory! All power! Alloy wheels! Sun roof! Fog lights! Wood grain interior trim! Used car below $4000. Come see us just off I71 in Crestwood Kentucky. We will NOT be UNDERSOLD! Mon thru Fri 9 to 8 Sat 9 to 7 Sun 11 to 5. Call 502 243 3335 After hours 502 664 5089 For more photos and inventory visit our website at WARRANTIES AVAILABLE ON MOST VEHICLES WITH LESS THAN 200000 miles ask your salesperson for details

    Features and Specs:

    Description: Used 1997 Jaguar XJ-Series XJ6L.
    Engine: 6-cylinders
    Transmission: Automatic
    Drive Wheel Configuration: rear wheel drive
    18 Combined MPG (15 City/21 Highway)

    Listing Information:

    Certified Pre-Owned: No

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Jaguar could be a prefered brand, but ............
Peter C. Ebner,12/27/2015
The manufacturer intent on selling new cars with much fanfare, but like an illegitimate child it wants nothing to do with it after it is sold. The Dealer-body chimes right in with this. In many ways the dealers are worse for their inability to build product loyalty, they see the owners as plain and simple cash-cows. Jaguars in many ways are wonderful cars that have a lot to offer, but with the present dealership structure the car will never become what it could be. I showed up at a dealership with a gleaming older model and was ignored at the parts dept. for 40 minutes ,staff walking by me until I walked out. So much for multi-brand mega dealerships owned by racing magnates who's mechanics aren't even trained to work on older models. Jaguar should be elated to have so many enthusiasts that lovingly restore their legacy products, but like their dealers, they don't care. Until Jaguars snobby attitude changes, customer loyalty will not last beyond the first three years and then, just like new status restaurants with an artificial cache, its customer-base will flee to the next status symbol. Only now will it be more difficult to attract customers to the off-lease or post -sale used products for the fact that the cost of failed electronic components and software no longer available will make Jaguars basically a worthless proposition. With the over-dependence on computerization and electronics there will be no more collectable " Legacy" vehicles of all makes in the future years to come.
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