Jaguar XJ-Series Model Overview
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I Have A Different Problem, My Jaguar Shifts Fine At First, Once Warm It Wi...
98' Jaguar XJ8, at first it's fine once it warms up the car will only go into reverse. The engine has been rebuilt so I was wondering if maybe something may not have been connected properly at that ti...
Hood Latch Will Not Release On Passenger Side, Cable Off. 1999 Jaguar Xj8
tried to open hood and drivers side popped up but not passenger side. found cable off on passenger side. how can i get in to open hood when cable is off/broken at latch on passenger side. thank you
I Need A Transmission I've Been Quoted For A New One 1689 With A 1 Yr Guara...
Engine Fail Safe Mode Comes On After 10 Min Of Driving. Cruise Control Inop...
I Am Looking For A 1976 Jaguar Xj 12c. Dont Laugh- I Really Am, Any Sugges...
Needs to be running but doesnt "have" to be in mint condition.
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About the Jaguar XJ-Series
The Jaguar XJ has been positioned as the British marque's flagship sedan since its 1972 introduction. The XJ has evolved considerably since then, but Jaguar has held on to a familiar set of styling cues for this full-size sedan.
The first XJs were grouped under the Mark 1 classification, which ran from 1968 (with the XJ predecessors) until 1992. Important developments during this period included the addition of an XJ Coupe and the powerful XJ12 sedan. Jaguar's reputation was marred by numerous build quality and electronics issues throughout the 1970s. While most XJ sedans were replaced in 1986 with a new model, the Mark 1 XJ12 continued until 1992.
The Mark 2 XJs emerged in 1986, overlapping with the Mark 1, after years of production delays. This series was marked by seemingly out-of-place square headlights, although this design did not last through all six of the Mark 2 styling updates. It was during this phase that Jaguar ownership was transferred to Ford, and the powerful R-Style XJ was introduced.
The third and current series, the Mark 3, was introduced as the Mark 2 replacement in 2002. Jaguar was badly in need of a modernized version of its classic flagship sedan, in order to keep pace with the ever-evolving German competition. A new all-aluminum unibody construction served as the foundation for traditional exterior styling, and a much more agile car was created.