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FOR SALE - 1994 XJS COUPE
A Bit of Background
Jaguar XJS Coupe
Nicely Preserved Original Car
Five-Speed Manual Transmission
The Jaguar name is one steeped in legend and mystique. Starting from its roots with the Swallow Sidecar Company, the company has grown into a world-renowned manufacturer of some of the best and most stylish cars on the road. Whether it’s the performance of an XK140 or the classic elegance of a Mark V, Jaguar represents class, elegance, speed and prestige, none of which has been lost in their fine offering of cars in the present day. Indeed, one look at a new XJ, XE, XF, or F-Pace is all it takes to let one know that Jaguar is on top of its game.
Offered here is a Grand Touring Jaguar in every sense of the word, a 1994 Jaguar XJS Coupe that has had just two owners since new and still wears its original British Racing Green paint. As a luxury car it also features all of the comforts one would expect in a car of this pedigree with power steering, power brakes, power windows, air conditioning, and a gorgeous leather interior. Although built with all of the comfort and extravagance one would expect from Jaguar, this XJS remains true to its performance roots with a five-speed manual transmission mated to its four-liter inline six cylinder rated at 219 horsepower. Stopping power is precise with four-wheel disc brakes. This interior is just what a Grand Touring car should be with a sea of fine tan leather, furniture grade woodwork, and plush carpeting for a truly comfortable feel.
This particular XJS was believed to have been 1994 delivered to a Jaguar Executive in New Jersey who owned the Jaguar for two years before selling to a friend of the family who cared for the Jaguar for the next 21 years. All books and maintenance records are present dating back to 1996 and the Heritage Certificate is available upon request. Recent serving includes the brakes, a/c system and belts. Tires were replaced in the recent past. Email email@example.com.
This XJS is one of 42 of an approximate 100 supplied with the getreg 5-speed manual gearbox, and holds a special place in the history of the XJS. Once you drive one you will know why. Conservatively priced at $19,500