The Jaguar XJS is beautiful classic that is regularly stripped of its original British built 6 or 12 cylinder powerplants and powered by some carburetor fed pushrod V8 -- but not today. Today, we've got a nice example that looks clean and original with low miles and a very reasonable price tag. Find this 1994 Jaguar XJS offered for $11,900 in Ann Arbor, MI via cars.com. Tip from Steven.
The Jaguar XJS was a luxury grand tourer replacement for the E-Type that survived with only a few
changes over an substantial 20 year lifespan. Production started in 1976, had a minor makeover
in 1982, and a more significant re-design in 1992 and the last cars
left the factory in 1996.
Under the bonnet is a 226 horsepower 4.0 liter DOHC inline-6 that propels the 3500 lb convertible from zero to 60mph in about 7.5 seconds. It isn't the fastest thing on the planet, but it oozes character.
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