Here's a beautiful and loaded British V12 coupe with a great golden
glow. So yes, this 1989 Jaguar XJS is the perfect car for
discerning tastes, so we'll keep the affordable price a secret.
This is a highly original coupe, and its presentation tells you it has been cherished for its whole one-owner life. The Satin Beige Metallic paint is believed to be the original application, and it still has an awesome glow every time the sunlight finds these classic Jaguar curves. The deep dive in the long hood, and the flying buttress give this the ideal mix of sporty and elegance. And everything from the chrome bumpers to the 15-inch lattice wheels back up this premium appearance.
Inside, Jaguar proves its reputation for craftsmanship and style. The tan leather looks great and the hue coordinates nicely with the exterior. And those front buckets power adjust to your ideal position. These seats combine with deep wool carpets and real burled walnut trim to make one of the most attractive interiors of the decade. Sporty easy-to-read gauges are fitted in the dash, and ahead of that is the traditional and stylish dual spoke steering wheel. Your hands are just within reach of plenty of original luxury features, including power windows, heated seats, tilt wheel, and an upgraded AM/FM/CD stereo. Plus, the air conditioning has been upgrade to modern R134a so you can continue to cruise in comfort.
This car's 5.3-liter V12 engine provides the kind of effortless performance that you'd expect from Coventry's biggest cat. It has the same kind of look factory you've seen over every inch of this car, and so the motor is believed to be all original. The V12 is great for having a smooth and torquey feeling that makes it effortlessly luxurious around town. But when it's time to have a little fun, it makes a wonderful howl and pulls like a freight train. The transmission is the familiar three-speed automatic sourced from GM, so you know it has the robustness to handle the V12's power with ease. But this is more than just a good drivetrain. The XJS runs on a fully independent suspension that has been built to balance luxury cruising with spirited driving. This is reinforced by power steering, cruise control, and four-wheel disc brakes.
Complete with the owner's manual, this distinctive XJS is the right grand touring coupe for those who want to look like a million bucks, but only want to spend a fraction of that. Call today!!!
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