There's still a soft spot for Jaguar in the hearts of many UK motorists and after some distinctly rocky times, the company looks to be back in rude health once again. A Jaguar used car remains something that many people aspire to and it isn't difficult to understand why. Let DesperateSeller.co.uk help you reach those aspirations!
| Xf (36%)
| Xe (25%)
| F Pace (9%)
| Xj Series (6%)
| F Type (6%)
| X Type (5%)
| E Pace (4%)
| Xk (4%)
| S Type (2%)
| Xkr (1%)
Popular body styles: | Saloon (68%) | Estate (14%) | Coupe (7%) | 4x4 (5%) | Convertible (5%) | Hatchback (1%)
Transmissions: | Automatic (90%) | Manual (10%)
Fuel types: | Diesel (75%) | Electric (n/a) | Petrol (24%)
Engines: | 1900cc (0%) | 2000cc (48%) | 2100cc (1%) | 2200cc (14%) | 2500cc (1%) | 2700cc (3%) | 3000cc (22%) | 3200cc (1%) | 3400cc (0%) | 3600cc (1%) | 3800cc (0%) | 4000cc (1%) | 4200cc (3%) | 5000cc (5%) | 5300cc (1%)
Popular colors: | Green | Gold | Brown | Blue | Black
Popular derivatives: Classic | Luxury | Portfolio | Premium Luxury | S Luxury | S Portfolio | S Premium Luxury | Se Business | Series Portfolio | Series Premium Luxury | Series Sovereign | Sovereign | Sport | Xfr |
We'll stick to the recent models here but there's also a vibrant market in classic Jags for those who are that way inclined. The X-TYPE was Jaguar's attempt to break into the lucrative compact executive car market and a controversial car with those who though the famous marque shouldn't be stooping so low. Essentially a re-badged Ford Mondeo, the X-TYPE was good at first but was allowed to run on for too long without being updated. It makes an interesting second hand car today, with pre-owned saloon and estate versions available. Jaguar's S-TYPE plundered classic Jaguars of the past for its design themes and made a charismatic alternative to a BMW 5-Series or Mercedes E-Class. The used cars still do. The XF replaced it in 2008 and finally here was a Jaguar that could take on and beat the Germans on their own terms. Used second hand versions are becoming common. The XJ is Jaguar's luxury saloon and despite its traditional styling, the version launched in 2003 was highly advanced technologically and deemed a class leader ahead of the A8 and S-Class for a while. It's a cheap way to buy a used Jaguar thanks to the wonders of depreciation but beware the running costs. That brings us to the XK coupe, a car that was beautiful in its 1996 XK8 guise and brilliant in the XK form that replaced that one in 2006. The later car is one of the best grand tourers around in convertible and fixed roof form - sleek, comfortable and fast with its range of V8 engines. You'll pay for the privilege but it's cheap compared to the Aston Martin Vantage that's built on the same platform.
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