2003 JAGUAR X-TYPE
I purchased this car to be my daily driver for work. The AWD handles the Minnesota snow without issue. Love the heated seats and climate control. While it has the base CD player and radio the sound still sounds awesome. I really am amazed with how much car I got for the price.
2004 JAGUAR XK
I have owned four Jaguars over the years. The earlier ones (models in the '80's) were prone to trouble. As I bought newer and newer models they became very reliable. I love my XK-8 convertible. It is a real head turner - face it that is what most folks by a Jaguar convertible for :-)
by BOSH BRUENING
2005 JAGUAR XJ
Excellent! This "Big Cat" handles like a "Boss", it's fast, powerful, classy, and incredibly quick. The suspension is tight, its a heavy vehicle that shifts smoothly, it possesses all of the luxuries that a person would expect from a full-size European high end automobile. So far so good, I purchased a XJ Vanden Plas with only 35k miles on it, a extra clean, runs, looks, and drives like a brand new machine.
Used Jaguar Information
Jaguar Cars is a subdivision of Jaguar Land Rover, headquartered in England. Jaguar has passed through many hands since being founded as the Swallow Sidecar Company in 1922, changing its name to Jaguar after World War II before being purchased by the British Motor Corporation, then Ford and finally Tata Motors. During its history, Jaguar has produced some of the most memorable cars on the road, most of which were luxury cars with a particularly British sport flair.
Founded by two motorcycle enthusiasts in 1922, the Swallow Sidecar company made sidecars for motorcycles until 1935, when their first full vehicle, the SS Jaguar appeared (the saloon version of a model line consisting of the SS 90 and SS 100). Eye-catching sports cars became the company's staple once their name had changed following the war, with the still-popular XK and E-Type series making a big splash. Those are now some of the most collectible British motor cars around.
During its history, Jaguar has also been associated with film, celebrity, and auto racing. In 1951, 1953, 1956 and 1957, Jaguar won the Le Mans 24 Hours, then, as now, held as the pinnacle of endurance racing.
Currently, Jaguar produces several models of sports cars, saloons, and estate vehicles in the XF, XJ, XK and R lines. The new Jaguar F-Type was shown at the 2012 Paris Motor Show as a two-seat sports sloop similar to the legendary E-Type. The car also debuted in North America following the company's first-ever Super Bowl commercial in January of 2014.
Awards and notoriety have never been lacking in Jaguar's long history. Most recently, the Jaguar brand was named the best automotive brand in the United Kingdom two-years running in a J.D. Power / What Car? survey. The J.D. Power Best Executive Car award was given to the XF in 2013 as well.