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Jaguar XJS: Buying guide and review (1975-1996)

Jaguar XJS: Buying guide and review (1975-1996) Classic and Performance Car
Jaguar XJ-S (Images: Magic Car Pics) Jaguar XJ-S engine (Images: Magic Car Pics) Jaguar XJ-S interior (Images: Magic Car Pics)
When did you last see a Jaguar XJ-S on a public road, actually been driven? I bet the answer wasn’t this week, or even this month, especially if we’re talking about the early, pre- HE coupé version of the XJ-S (note the hyphen, which disappeared with the restyled XJS in 1990), which seems to have disappeared into Room 101. And yet, when you look at the production numbers, Jaguar managed to sell a remarkable 115,413 examples over a period of 20 years, making it a hugely successful model for the famous British brand and comfortably outselling its more famous predecessor, the E-type, by some 40,000 units.
But when the XJ-S was launched in 1975, the initial reception was mixed to say the least, with many observers taking issue with the car’s looks, particularly the rear buttresses and the controversial 5mph impact bumpers. Car was the most blunt, writing in 1980: ‘The Jaguar XJ-S’s most glaring fault – its ugliness.’ Fortunately, even Car admitted that the XJ-S had more than its fair share of brilliance and reluctantly put it ahead of much more expensive rivals in several early group-tests, as did Autocar and Motor.
It’s important to know that the XJ-S was always destined to be very different to the E-type it was designed to replace, with Sir Williams Lyons stating that he wanted it to be ‘a high-performance luxury GT car, which would sell beyond the enthusiast sports car market and appeal more to the business purchaser ’. What hampered its development, though, was the sudden legal requirement in America for 5mph impact bumpers and worrying rumours that convertibles would no longer be legal in the US, due to changes in roll-over protection regulations. In the end, these were never introduced and a convertible XJ-S eventually went ahead, but all this uncertainty at the drawing board stage delayed its introduction by a year or so.
What everyone who drove the car seemed to agree on was that the XJ-S was a peerless mile-muncher, cosseting its occupants from the outside world in a way even luxury cars could hardly match.
Which one to buy? 
The XJ-S’s sales success thankfully means that there is a great number of them left on the road today, while the 21-year production run saw various different revisions and models through the years to suit various tastes. 
The earliest, and some would say purest cars, were only available with the V12 engine. These early models offer great value and styling, but it’s as the car matured, it became better-built and far better to drive. The introduction of the ‘High Efficiency’ (HE) version in 1981 brought in a much more advanced engine, capable of up to 20mpg. Minor styling changes include new wheels and more chrome. 
If you plan on running the car regularly, the option of one of the six-cylinder cars, launched in 1983, is an appealing one. Performance isn’t significantly reduced, but the smaller engine provides up to 30mpg (on a very gentle run!) and reduced running costs. 
Most XJ-Ss feature an automatic gearbox, although a handful were bought with manual ‘boxes. When it went on sale in ‘83, the AJ6-engined cars were only offered with a manual, so these are the most common three-pedalled cars, but auto was made finally made available in 1988. 
The Cabriolet version went on sale in 1983 with a roll-hoop, removable targa panels and a half-length fabric top, with the full convertible following in 1988. With an electronic hood, and the option of a V12, these later convertibles are far superior. 
If it’s performance that you’re looking for, then the limited edition XJR-S model is worth seeking out. With a new bodykit designed by Peter Stevens, and new Speedline alloy wheels, it looked substantially different but the engine initially remained unchanged. Chassis tweaks and improved steering made the TWR-fettled model far more capable in the bends, and a 6.0-litre version in 1989 also gave it a 160mph top speed. Monstrous Lister road cars are perhaps the ultimate, but these are very rare, expensive and difficult to find. 
A couple of facelifts in the 1990s again brought in various improvements, including 6.0-litre V12 in 1993, and an improved six-cylinder AJ16 powerplant in 1995. Last of the line Celebration models are perhaps the best of all the XJS models to drive, and are priced accordingly. The last models were also galvanised, helping them to stand up to the UK’s salted roads considerably better than earlier models. 

You could look at the XJ-S’s potential faults and accompanying rectification prices and see the model as a be-wheeled money pit. Buy a bad one and you will end up paying your ‘bargain’ price many times over. But the same can be said of any high-end car, and with this one there is simply no reason to buy a poor example.  

There are plenty of good cars out there, and a number of specialists who deal only in excellent examples. Our best advice is either to buy through such a specialist or get them to inspect a potential purchase for a fee. 
Performance and specs 
Jaguar XJS HE Coupe (1986) 

Engine 5343cc all-alloy V12, SOHC per bank, two valves per cylinder, Bosch-Lucas fuel injection 
Power 299bhp @ 5500rpm 
Torque 318lb ft @ 3500rpm 
Transmission Three-speed GM400 automatic, rear-wheel drive 

Fuel consumption 17mpg 
Top speed 153mph 
0-60mph 7.5sec  
Dimensions and weight 
Wheelbase 2591mm
Length 4872mm
Width 1791mm
Height 1265mm
Weight 1750kg
Common problems 
• The galvanised Celebration models stand up much better to the rigours of weather and road salt. Even so, it is worth checking all years of XJ-S for rot around the lower seatbelt mounts and at the scuttle panel that runs in front of the windscreen. 
• If there’s rust bubbling up in front of the screen’s lower rubber, then the scuttle panel will need repairing. To do this properly, the screen has to come out. The front wings sometimes have to come off as well to cure creeping rust. 
• While those are the big-ticket corrosion jobs, don’t leave your bodywork inspection to these areas alone. Check over the entire body, dwelling a little longer at the rear arches that are potential rot-spots on the pre-galvanised cars. 
• Look out for signs of accident damage, including poor body panel alignment and mismatched paint. 
• Jaguar recommended Pirelli P600 and, later, P6000 tyres for these cars. The P6000s are still available new. 
• While parts supply is generally good, certain components, such as the front headlights, just aren’t available new. Dealers will charge up to £250 for a good used lamp, so look hard for chips in the lenses and add any damage to your mental money-off list.  
• All the XJ-S engines are pretty much bulletproof. The V12 is wonderfully unstressed and will hum along at 70mph with just 2000rpm showing on the rev counter. 
• The engine should be incredibly smooth – even one running on fewer than 12 cylinders can still sound a lot happier than the average four-pot. Happily, most misfires are caused by nothing more complicated than failing plug leads or distributor cap. 
• The AJ6 engine’s timing chain can get rattly but won’t break like a modern cambelt. Often the fix is as simple as replacing the chain tensioner. 
• Oil coolers are prone to failure on cars that have been sitting for a while, so if you come across a low-mileage barn-find keep an eye out for any oil leaks.  
• Exhaust manifolds on the AJ16 units fitted from 1993 are prone to cracking. This is caused by worn gearbox mounts that allow the engine to move against the rigidly-mounted manifold, cracking it in the process. 
• Make sure you have a good look at the radiator. Overheating can cause a lot of damage and a new rad should be fitted every nine years or so.  
• No inspection of an XJ-S can be complete without a really close look at the underside. The front subframe is a prime rot spot and its replacement, factoring in new dampers, bushes, springs and lots of labour, can exceed £4000. 
• If the jacking points have rotted out, replacement can be done from £400 a side. But it’s common for the rot to spread from the jacking points, which form part of the complex sill structure, and repairs can easily run to four figures.  
• Take a good look at the interior, as re-trimming to the seats can be costly. While the wood trim on the dashboard can be repaired, again this is not a cheap job.
Model history 
1966: The XJ-S’s flying buttresses first appear on Malcolm Sayer’s XJ27 prototype 
1975: XJ-S coupé arrives with a 5.3-litre V12, gearboxes mostly automatics 
1981: HE (High Efficiency) V12 released, offering reduced fuel consumption 
1983: AJ6 3.6-litre inline six-cylinder introduced with five-speed manual gearbox only. Cabriolet version now available in both engine sizes 
1988: Full convertible XJ-S arrives. Automatic gearbox available on AJ6-engined cars 
1989: Jaguar becomes part of the Ford group 
1991: XJ-S loses its hyphen to become XJS and the model is facelifted, losing plastic rear side window surrounds and metal door window surrounds. Six-cylinder engine taken out to 4.0 litres. 
1993: Big, colour-coded bumpers take over from slender chrome. AJ16 four-valves-per-cylinder, 4.0-litre, six-cylinder engine replaces AJ6 
1994: XJS Celebration models with galvanised bodies, AJ16 sixes and a new 6.0-litre V12 launched to coincide with Jaguar’s 75th anniversary 
1996: Jaguar XK8 replaces the XJS after 115,413 models have been built. 
Owners clubs, forums and websites 
• www.jec.org.uk – The Jaguar Enthusiasts’ Club 
• www.jaguardriver.co.uk – The Jaguar Drivers’ Club 
• www.jaguarownersclub.com – International club and forum 
Summary and prices 
The days of the rubbish £2000 XJS are nearly gone, and there has also been a definite upsurge in XJ-S restoration. V12-engined cars can be picked up from £8000, although great cars can command from £15,000-£25,000 for something extra special. 
Prices for the 3.6-litre XJ-S come in at £6000-£10,000 for a reasonable example. If you’re feeling brave, projects can still be picked up for around £2000. Top models command £18,000. 
The most valuable model is the XJ-S V12 Cabriolet, which can command up to £35,000 in top condition. Usable examples range from £12,500-£20,000, while projects start at £3000 upwards. 
While the galvanised bodies and higher specification of the post-1994 models are making them very popular right now, earlier cars can be significantly cheaper and still make a good buy – as long as you choose with care.
Jaguar XJ-S (Images: Magic Car Pics) Jaguar XJ-S engine (Images: Magic Car Pics) Jaguar XJ-S interior (Images: Magic Car Pics)
Last updated: 5th Aug 2016
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  • Jaguar - XJS coupé V12 - 1984

    €11,500 - €14,950 est. (£9,785.35 - £12,720.96 est.) €11,500 - €14,950 est. (£9,785.35 - £12,720.96 est.)
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    Auction Date: 01 Jan 1970
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  • Jaguar XJS cabriolet 4.0 1993

    €32,950(£28,037.16) €32,950(£28,037.16)

    Jaguar XJS cabriolet 4.0 1993, 97.000 Kms, 2 owners This fabulous Jaguar XJS cabriolet 4.0 was delivered in the magnificent original Jade Green colour with original Latice wheels. This comfortable convertible has had 2 owners and was very well maintained. Histoy is demonstrable with 61.000 real miles (97.000 kms). The powerful 233 HP, 4.0 engine is in very good condition and drives very comfortable thanks to the automatic gearbox. The interior is very luxurious and has several options such as Cruise Control and seat heating. If you are looking for a chic and luxurious cabriolet, this Jaguar is a good choice. Car has USA title and document importduties for every EU country are paid by us. Documentation is complete for registration in every EU country. You do not need to pay any importduties. We can help with transport. Trading in, buying and consignment possible.

    • Year: 1993
    For sale
  • Jaguar XJS 5.3 V12


    1979 Jaguar XJS V12 Pre-HE 34,700 miles from new Finished in Cotswold yellow with beige leather interior Optioned with air conditioning, electric sunroof, electric windows, polished Kent alloy wheels, power steering. Supplied new on 24th August 1979 this car has remarkably only had 2 owners from new, the last of which owned the car for over 23 years. Since arriving here at Avantgarde we have spent a considerable amount of money ensuring the car is on the button and ready to be enjoyed by the next owner. During the latter years of the last owners tenure very few miles were driven, hence we have had the car thoroughly serviced by highly regarded Classic Jaguar Specialist Chris Forbes/CFS Motors. This included replacing various suspension bushes & shock absorbers, a replacement steering rack, brake callipers, brake hoses, etc, etc. We have also had the air conditioning system checked over and re-comissioned and it now blows ice cold. Cosmetically we have had the original Kent alloy wheels re-furbished in the correct diamond-cut finish and fitted with new tyres. A very rare opportunity to purchase an ultra-low mileage, Pre-HE XJS!

    • Mileage: 34700 mi
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  • Jaguar XJS 1988


    *** THIS CAR HAS BEEN SOLD *** Please contact us if you were interested in this car. Our inventory is constantly changing and we will have similar examples of this model becoming available soon. ----------------------------- Jaguar XJS V12 Cabriolet 1988 48.000 kms fully original This is a fully original European delivered Jaguar XJS V12 cabriolet from 1988. Car is special order silver grey delivered by the Jaguar Dealer. 48.000 kms from new, this car is in a excellent extra ordinary quality. Car has Holland title and Holland mot/tuv. Easy to register in every EU country. You do not need to pay any importtaxes. We can help with transport.

    • Year: 1988
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  • Jaguar XJS 1989


    *** THIS CAR HAS BEEN SOLD *** Please contact us if you were interested in this car. Our inventory is constantly changing and we will have similar examples of this model becoming available soon. ----------------------------- Jaguar XJS Cabriolet burgundy red 1989 very good condition Very good condition 1989 Jaguar XJS Cabriolet, colour burgundy red. Car is very well maintained, has good body and great paint. Interior very good condition, softtop good condition. European version. Car has Holland title and Holland mot/tuv. Easy to register in every EU country. You do not need to pay any importtaxes. We can help with transport.

    • Year: 1989
    For sale
  • Jaguar XJS C V12 TWR Edition

    £17,995 £17,995

    About this Jaguar XJS C V12 TWR Edition Tom Walkinshaw Racing (TWR) were closely associated with Jaguar, a relationship which started in 1982 with the successful entry of the Jaguar XJ-S into the European Touring Car Championship, chalking up a number of wins that year. The relationship continued and by 1988, TWR-Jaguar had taken its first Le Mans victory in a V12-powered XJR-9. Further success followed with a Le Mans win in 1990. This very good Jaguar XJS-C V12 was first registered in April 1987 and presented in Arctic Blue with Saville Grey Leather. It would appear that the first owner recorded around 60,000 miles during the first eight years of the car's life. Thereafter, three subsequent private owners are recorded. The most recent keper acquired the car in 2001 with approximately 70,000 miles recorded. There are sixteen Jaguar Main Dealer stamps in the service book the majority of these with Appleyard Rippon. This car is one of 710 home market automatic cars, less than half of these cars are believed to remain either on the road or SORN; as a TWR Edition this will be one of a very small number of cars that remain on the road today. With TWR options of Speedline Sports Wheels (

    • Mileage: 75000 mi
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  • Jaguar XJS V12 HE

    £9,995 £9,995

    About this Jaguar XJS V12 HE WINTER REDUCTION.... Arun are very proud to offer what we believe is an almost unique Jaguar XJS V12 Coupe. It amazingly enough is a one owner vehicle finished in Silversand Metallic with full Doeskin hide. It has been owned by one of the most fastidious persons ever, as an ex-pilot he left absolutely nothing to chance! Supplied by Guy Salmon on the 1st August 1985 it has been serviced by them no less than 21 times, filling the original service book at 81,000 miles in 1999. Around this time the owners topped flying and his usage of the Jaguar decreased dramatically; from 1999 to 2106 he only covered 5,000 miles but despite this minimal usage he had the car serviced a further eight times! We have a very comprehensive file of bills, MOT's along with instruction books for the upgraded stereo and even the original quotation, noting the extras chosen from Guy Salmon Thames Ditton. Fitted with a steel sunroof and vinyl roof which looks well on the car. Sitting on good tyres with refurbished alloy wheels, the interior is fresh and clean and all chrome work is good as is the whole car. There is additionally an automatic charger to use when the car is garaged fo

    • Mileage: 86650 mi
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  • Jaguar XJS 1993


    *** THIS CAR HAS BEEN SOLD *** Please contact us if you were interested in this car. Our inventory is constantly changing and we will have similar examples of this model becoming available soon. ----------------------------- Jaguar XJS Cabriolet 4.0 1993 in very good condition 1993 Jaguar XJS 4.0 ltr 6 cyl 4-seats convertible in very good condition. Both body and interior are very well maintained. This XJS of the third generation has the 3980 cc 6 in line 226 hp engine. Runs and drives marvellous. The car has a lot of luxury : leather interior, electric adjustable frontseats, electric windows, electric roof, etc. Really a beautiful 4-seats XJS in the colour Westminster Blue which drives excellent. Car has Holland title and Holland mot/tuv. Easy to register in every EU country. You do not need to pay any importtaxes. We can help with transport.

    • Year: 1993
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  • Jaguar XJS Cabriolet 1995

    €28,950(£24,633.56) €28,950(£24,633.56)

    Jaguar XJS cabriolet 4.0 6 cyl 1995 This very chic English convertible was delivered in the original paint colour Jade Green. Really magnificent in combination with the beautiful lines of this great Jaguar. The complete new leather interior is very luxurious and comfortable. Dashboard with wood inlay and chrome. This XJS has a lot of accessories such as electric adjustable seats, powertop, airconditioning and cruise control. The perfect driving Jaguar has the original 380CC, 6 cyl, 233 HP engine. This magnificent Jaguar XJS is a comfortable driving, but also very powerful convertible. Car has Holland title and Holland mot/tuv. Easy to register in every EU country. You do not need to pay any importtaxes. We can help with transport.

    • Year: 1995
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  • Jaguar XJS V12 Convertible

    £16,995 £16,995

    The 5.3-litre V12 idles smoothly and delivers power through the gears with ease. The driving experience is undeniably refined and is accompanied by a deep V12 murmur upon acceleration. Benefiting from a recent mechanical re-commissioning the XJS performs well, and has been freshly serviced for the new keeper's peace of mind.

    • Year: 1989
    • Mileage: 22989 mi
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  • 1995 Jaguar XJS 4.0 2+2 CONV.


    (SOLD) This beautiful, unmolested vehicle is superb, original condition and would be a great addition to any Jaguar enthusiast collection. It was meticulously maintained, garage kept and is a solid, California car with only 2 owners. The paint and interior is all original and in excellent condition. This car has matching numbers, original Jaguar radio with AM/FM, Cassette and a 6 CD ex-changer in the trunk. Brakes and suspension have been checked and functioning correctly. Engine and mechanical are also in excellent working order and could serve well as a daily driver, or continue to be a show car.

    • Year: 1995
    • Mileage: 29986 mi
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  • 1995 Jaguar XJS 4.0 2+2 CONV.


    (SOLD) This beautiful, unmolested Jaguar XJS Convertible is in very good, original condition. It has been well maintained; garage kept and is a solid, Arizona car with limited ownership. The metallic silver blue exterior with sand colored leather seats is a great color combination, with the wood grain accents to really set it off. This 1995 XJS is a very collectable year, was recently serviced by Classic Showcase, with good condition Jaguar European Headlights, and A/C system that blows cold. The car comes with an original Jaguar radio with AM/FM Cassette, and a 6 CD changer in the trunk. All engine and mechanical systems have been gone through and are in good working order. The car includes jack, spare tire, owners manual, and a top boot. This Jaguar would serve well as a daily driver or a great addition to your collection.

    • Year: 1995
    • Mileage: 87850 mi
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  • 1994 Jaguar XJS 2+2 Convertible


    This beautiful, unmolested, one-owner Jaguar XJS Convertible is in very good original condition and has been well maintained and garage kept throughout the course of it's life. The British Racing Green exterior over Barley leather seats creates an elegant color combination, with wood grain accents throughout further complimenting an already impressive example. The XJS has been recently serviced by Jaguar professionals at Classic Showcase, and includes a number of desirable options including power seats with driver memory, remote entry, a full size spare, cruise control, 2+2 seating, a power folding roof with a heated glass rear window, and central power locking. The XJS also includes a clean CarFax, illustrating no accidents or damage on the vehicle, and retains it's original window sticker, books and manuals. This XJS 2+2 would serve well as a fantastic daily driver that is perfect for a comfortable drive along your favorite road or highway, or simply as another great example to add to your existing Jaguar collection. We have seen a renewed interest in numerous XJ series models as of late, so don't miss this opportunity to acquire a stunning, low-mileage example!

    • Year: 1994
    • Mileage: 17163 mi
    For sale
  • 1989 Jaguar XJS

    $23,500(£18,950.40) $23,500(£18,950.40)

    This 1989 Jaguar XJS Coupe is an excellent original car with just 3,600 miles from new. Red with black leather interior. It runs and drives like new and is mechanically superb. It's been garaged since new and wears brand new tires. The car is in excellent condition and is beautiful inside and out. A absolute bargain and a very smart buy for only $23,500.

    • Year: 1989
    • Mileage: 3600 mi
    For sale
  • Jaguar XJS Celebration Model


    POA Supplied new in June 1995, with the scarcer manual gearbox option, this carefully owned XJS Celebration model has had three previous owners, and has been regularly serviced, with the Jaguar service record book confirming regular services the 60,000 mile service carried out at 53564 miles. Finished in sparkling sapphire blue with blue hood and oatmeal leather interior, this is the very last but one year for the classic XJS and by far the most refined and capable of the marque. This particular XJS is the highly sought after Celebration Edition, built to celebrate Jaguar’s 60th anniversary , features diamond turned wheels, Jaguar embossed seats, and distinctive wood steering wheel. This car is the true definition of a modern classic and has all of the features and style that separate a Jaguar from the rest. Please do not miss your chance to acquire an outstanding example of the most desirable and advanced XJS ever produced with the rare manual gearbox option. In excellent original condition In excellent original condition Jaguar Service history to 53564 miles at the 60,000 miles service. Next service due in 6000 miles

    • Year: 1995
    • Mileage: 64064 mi
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  • Jaguar XJS V12

    £16,495 £16,495

    With just 40k miles to its name the 5.3-litre V12 has led an easy life. Upon sale of the car it will receive a fresh service as peace of mind for the new owner. The engine bay is well preserved and is certainly consistent with a car having covered so few miles.

    • Year: 1991
    • Mileage: 40008 mi
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  • Jaguar XJS V12

    £16,995 £16,995

    With just 34k miles to its name the 5.3-litre V12 remains in great mechanical fettle, and has just been freshly serviced. The engine bay is well preserved and is certainly consistent with a car having covered so few miles.

    • Year: 1991
    • Mileage: 34115 mi
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  • Jaguar XJS V12

    £19,995 £19,995

    The 5.3-litre V12 starts first turn of the key and idles up to temperature nicely. The engine compartment appears in near pristine condition with all components displaying a factory-fresh finish. The spotless engine bay is most certainly consistent with a car having covered a mere 15k miles from new.

    • Year: 1989
    • Mileage: 15244 mi
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  • Jaguar XJS V12

    £9,995 £9,995

    The densely packed engine bay area houses the vast 5.3-litre V12 powerplant. The engine itself remains in fine fettle, idling up to temperature with ease and smoothly powering through the gears as desired. Benefiting from a good maintenance record the car performs well on test.

    • Year: 1989
    • Mileage: 61405 mi
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  • Jaguar XJS

    £34,995 £34,995

    The XJ-S followed the E type, featuring a larger area but better drag factor. In 1988 the convertible version provided an option that many owners had desired. The new design was another Norman Dewis tested and tested again project, reflected in the handling and performance of the Big Cat's V12, at a time when only top Italian marques ventured to market with V12s. This extremely low mileage automatic HE is a fabulous example. It has had a recent engine check and engine bay refresh, making it a pleasure to open to bonnet. It drives smoothly from start-up and the roof opens effortlessly ready to have the smart cover popped on for true open top touring. An exciting opportunity for a Big Cat lover to purchase such an example, complete with original manuals in the Jaguar wallet and a rather rare "Genesis of the Jaguar V12" brochure. An original tool roll and lots of previous MOTs are also included.

    • Year: 1989
    • Mileage: 14400 mi
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  • Jaguar XJ-S

    £13,495 £13,495

    Variant name:V12 ,Variant: 5.3 V12 Auto Very Good Condition 100% Original Full Leather Heated Seats Only 28,000 Miles Just 290 Pounds a Year R/Tax H-Reg Jaguar Racing Green, Full Oatmeal Leather Interior, Heated Seats, Air Conditioning, Electric Windows/Mirrors/Lumbar Support, Power Steering, Central Locking, Stereo, CD, AUX/USB Input, Centre Armrest, Headlamp Washers, Jaguar Alloys, Only 28,000 Miles, Costs Just £290 Per Year To Tax. Modern Day Appreciating Classic that can be used every day, recent reports show that Classic Cars are one of the leading investment classes, For total peace of mind and confidence, the vehicle is supplied with a RAC 82 Point Inspection, Fully Serviced, 1 Year’s MOT, 1 Year RAC Parts and Labour Warranty,1 Years RAC Roadside Assistance. Do not miss this chance to buy a rare car at a very reasonable price. The vehicle is freshly imported from Japan and is very competitive priced against UK models that will have suffered from the rust attracting climate. McCarthy Cars Are RAC Approved and Highly Recommended By Them, Have Complete Peace Of Mind With The McCarthy Cars and RAC Buysure Programme. All Our Vehicles Are HPI Checked and Every Vehicle is Subject To a Rigorous RAC Approved 82 Point Inspection. Our Vehicles Come With 1 Years MOT, Full Service, RAC Warranty and RAC Roadside Assistance. McCarthy Cars Is a Multi Award Winning Car Dealership and Most Loved Business in Croydon, Find Us On Facebook, You Tube and Twitter @mccarthycarsuk. McCarthy Cars, A Family Run Business Established Over 40 Years Ago, Open 7 Days a Week. CR0 3RG, 02086888086 / 07966248547 www.mccarthycars.co.uk sales@mccarthycars.co.uk

    • Year: 1990
    • Mileage: 28000 mi
    • Engine size: 5.3
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  • Jaguar XJS

    £13,995 £13,995

    Air Conditioning, Electric Mirrors, Electric Windows, Electric Seats, Radio Cassette, Electric Aerial , 15'' Alloys, Full service history Very original car in lovely condition with only 2 owners K155 XJS Registration Number included. Comprehensive service History. Any items that need attention are addressed and the price includes a warranty and full valet prior to delivery. COMPETITIVE FINANCE RATES AVAILABLE ON REQUEST

    • Mileage: 48000 mi
    • Engine size: 3980
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  • Jaguar XJS

    £17,990 £17,990

    Air conditioning, Leather interior, Sport seatsWe are delighted to offer this beautiful 1990 Jaguar XJR-S for sale. These wonderful cars were very expensive when new, and this is the highly sort after TWR 6.0 version.Presented in the perfect colour combination of black with contrasting full cream leather upholstery and black chrome this car looks stunning. Its former, meticulous, owner spent a fortune making this, what has to be, one of the very best available anywhere.The car comes with a substantial history file and a DVD of the restoration showing the huge extent of the work carried out. If you want to own one of the very best examples of this appreciating classic Jaguar you may well have just found your car., Please visit www.vvsuk.co.uk for 20 High Definition photographs of this car.

    • Mileage: 113000 mi
    • Engine size: 5993
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  • Jaguar XJS C V12

    £16,995 £16,995

    About this Jaguar XJS C V12 This handsome XJS V12 cabriolet is one of approximately 710 home-market cars delivered in October 1985 (C Reg) today equipped with appropriate cherished number `CAT 175X' it is finished in very good Sage Green Metallic with a Doeskin Leather interior. The first owner a Mr Holt purchased the car for the not insignificant sum of £26,745 (according to the original bill of sale from Henlys of Llandudno). In 1992 the XJS was sold by Mr Holt family as he had recently passed away and there are two handwritten letters on file from Mr Holt's daughter talking about the car and her father's love for the XJS. The accompanying history file is extensive and includes invoices, more recently, for front shock absorbers, an MoT test certificate and a full service just 1,000 miles ago. Also included are MoT test certificates dating back to 1990, and large history file, all of which is said to support the indicated mileage of 47,500. The XJS is widely reported as a rising classic of late and solid examples, such as this, should be seriously considered.

    • Mileage: 47500 mi
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