The XKR is now considered a collector car by Hagerty Valuation Tools. Their current value report indicates a value range of $13,400 for good condition to $20,200 for excellent condition. I consider this car near excellent condition in original condition therefore priced under book value. The current Hagerty Valuation report is available to serious inquiries.
It has been a garage queen, recreational weekend driver the past several years and well maintained Arizona car.
Piano Black with two-tone gray & beige interior (trim code SDZ)
The XKR is a supercharged version of the XK8 4.0 liter V8 with 370 horsepower, a subtle rear spoiler, wire mesh front grille, and red exterior emblems. It is built on the same platform also used by the Aston Martin DB7. The XKR's motor was made in England, the ignition system was from NGK in Japan, the transmission was a Mercedes-Benz 722.6, the lighting system was by Valeo in France, and the supercharger was made by Eaton in the USA. So it was truly a world car. The 2000 XKR received positive reviews from magazines including Road & Track, Car & Driver, and Automobile and is now considered a collectible model by Hagerty.
Serviced at 86,700 miles by British Automotive in Scottsdale:
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